Emily Beers

Emily Beers

 

 

 

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Oddly, carrying is one of the most common things we do in life—and also it is one of the most challenging things.
It’s natural for us to be short-sighted in our goals—because who doesn’t want massive change right now?
Bands are particularly useful for the core because they force you to stay as tight as possible and help to create tension in your body.
Give these exercises a try after your training session, or even as part of your warm-up.
Back pain is one of the most commonly grumbled about training, and life, annoyances.
Biceps matter, and not just for aesthetics.
Here are seven stretches to do after lifting sessions for the areas of the body we often forget about.
If you’re swinging around on bars doing 100 pull-ups or toes-to-bar what do you expect?
Make the most of your cycle by learning what works for you while training.
Whether you’re a weightlifter or a multi-modal CrossFit athlete, barbell complexes can be valuable for a number of reasons.
Take the time, build the single leg strength, and pistols will come, too.
Your butt is the biggest muscle in your body. If trained properly, it should also be the strongest.