upper body

To maximize your upper body training, you need to learn how to mobilize, stabilize, and control your motor patterns.
Many of us females pull and pull and still don’t have a pull-up. Let's change that.
You can’t hide anymore. One of your arms is stronger than the other.
Getting a strict pull-up is a great goal. Here are some exercises you can do to help you get there quicker.
Sometimes gravity is the best form of resistance in your training.
Walking on your hands is great for upper body strength, balance, and coordination - it's also fun!
Gain insight into how and why the body holds itself in specific ways and why pain is more complex than simply how you look while standing.
This workout uses only your bodyweight, mixing it up with elliptical training at varying intensities to push your cardiovascular system and muscles to their max.
If you struggle with your shoulders during exercises where your hand is fixed, redirect your attention to your hand and wrist mobility.