TRX Hamstring Curls work your whole posterior chain. Your glutes and low back will get stronger, along with your hamstrings. Here’s how.
Using the TRX for Biceps Curls is a great way to add variety to your training. It will also allow you to get your training done anywhere. Here’s how.
Try this overhead press from the split position. You’ll build balance, core strength, and shoulder mobility all in one simple motion!
A stronger neck will make you a tougher athlete. You’ll be able to absorb impact more easily, making you harder to knock out, more difficult to choke out, and less prone to concussions. Try this simple prison yard style neck strength circuit. It’s very similar to what the military uses in boot camp to prepare their soldiers for contact in combat.
This is a great bodyweight exercise for core strength, shoulder stability, and flexibility. You’ll stretch your hamstrings, abs, and hip flexors. Try adding this to your warm-up or use in boot-camp workouts!
Anyone can benefit from adding goblet squats to your strength and conditioning routine, but these are especially good for beginners. If you can’t yet keep an upright torso when you back squat, try goblet squats.
Develop explosive power with this overhead movement. Watch this video to see how it’s done.
*Stay Tight! *Abs Engaged!
This Fly variation will open and build your chest while having the added benefit of increasing shoulder flexibility and overall functioning.
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In real life, or in sports, your abs rarely perform contractions in a straight line. Train for real world demands with medicine ball move that goes diagonally across your body.