overhead

There is no better tool to force your entire body to work as one cohesive piece.
Inhibited thoracic mobility is the root of many injuries from overhead movements. Here's how to restore that range of motion.
These exercises will build the foundation for lifting heavy weight overhead.
The waiter’s walk might be one of your best tools to build shoulder stability and strength.
Follow these steps to develop your total body strength like an old-time strongman.
When it comes to strength and mobility, simple is always better.
Power jerking might not have a place in competitive weightlifting, but for the general athlete, it might be just what you need to gain a powerful edge.
If your goal is to increase the amount of weight you can press over your head, sometimes you need to be a half-repper.
Let’s do a comprehensive comparison and contrast between the power jerk and the split jerk.
Here's exactly what you should be doing from start to finish to ensure a safe and successful lift.
The middle portion of pressing lifts is the most problematic. How do you get past these sticking points?
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the seven most popular articles of the week. This week: the 10 x 3 protocol, the best exercises for muay Thai, and more!
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the seven most popular articles of the week. This week: sumo deadlift high pull, snatch, handstand push up corrections, and more!
The press, push press, push jerk, snatch, and overhead squat all require a specific level of shoulder mobility before you should perform them under any significant load.
Learn the basics of how to perform a push press - similar to the shoulder press, but using your hips to create momentum, so you can move more weight. Also known as the "cheating shoulder press."
Get the basics of the putting weight over your head with the press - with Coach Traver Boehm.