Want bigger biceps? The preacher curl is the exercise for you! In this article, we will examine why the preacher curl can get you bigger arms. What muscles does the preacher curl work? And, how to do a preacher curl.
Leaning too far forward on squats? Do you end up in a table top position? Here we address how the 9 to 5 office job may be the root cause. Why is having a bad squat form dangerous. What are the biggest culprits of your forward leaning squat, and how to tactfully correct them through foam rolling, dynamic stretching, and strengthening exercises. Finally showing you how progress your squat, and when to add load. Leaving you with the tools to a technically sound, good squat form.
The Pallof press is one of the lesser known pressing motions that we encounter when talking about resistance training and it’s certainly one that very few of us have nailed down as one of our staples alongside bench, deadlift and squat. Learn why the Pallof press is one of the best core exercises to do.
Resistance bands are strong elastic bands made specifically for strength training exercises without the need of lifting weights. These versatile pieces of elastic bands are strong and have a firm grip. Thus they require a lot of strength to pull apart. They are available in different colors and allow its users to exercise conveniently without necessarily taking a trip to the gym. Learn more about resistance bands by clicking on this article.
Kettlebell training has grown in popularity over the last few years. Initially believed to have originated from Russia, or back to the Spartan times when they tied blocks with handles for smooth movement. The equipment has now proven to be a tool which can be used for an all-in-one fitness session that helps in developing our strength, condition our cardiorespiratory system and stabilization. Read about the importance of kettlebell in a workout session.