Squat

Squatting big weight must start with a proper bodyweight squat, and there is a process to get you to that solid foundation.
If you vary your squats through different stances and foot placements, you can bring up weak points that have been holding you back.
"Don't let your knees go past your toes" is a common coaching cue for the squat. But is it really the best way to do it? Not always, suggests a recent study.
Sitting around with a little time on your hand or, just looking for a simpler approach to strength and conditioning? These bodyweight exercises can work for you any place, any time.
At this stage of your training game, it's all about simplicity, consistency, and knowing your "why."
Ignoring dysfunction in your hips will allow all of your lifts to spiral out of control.
You only have so much time in the gym, so use these fixes to ensure you're getting the most out of it.
If you're embarrassed to wear shorts to the gym, it's time to do something about it.
Squats should be working your legs and glutes. But when your grip is too wide, they don't do that any more.
Kettlebells aren't just a superior tool for conditioning; they can also build serious size and strength.
There isn't a magic bullet or yoga pose that will fix your lower back, but there is a method to find what will work for you.
To prepare for a 12 week turbo charged kettlebell challenge, you'll need to dig through this complete primer.
Whether you are doing rehab or are just looking for another variation of the squat, this movement is useful to you.
The off-season is the perfect time to address the weaknesses and imbalances brought from a year on the bike.
A progressive strength program doesn't have to be fancy to work.
Finding comfort in your squat will help you develop resilience and adaptability.
Once I stopped trying to force myself into a position from a book, I found my perfect squat.