Fallen Angel Yoga Pose Devaduuta Panna Asana. Learn how to master this challenging Yoga Arm Balance. Check out Ira’s Full Fallen Angel Practice Guide.
The TRX Low Row is an excellent conditioning exercise for building strength for pullups and improving overall rowing mechanics. Coach Cindy provides a complete breakdown on how its done.
In our Top 27 BOSU exercises article, we show you which exercises are best done on the BOSU. Plus we’ll explain how to program for BOSU, and how to inflate your BOSU, and how to train clients to use the BOSU properly.
Paul’s List of the Top 80 Kettlebell Exercises on the Planet broken by category and sorted by difficulty.
Here are the Top 23 TRX Rip Trainer Exercises that we program in CoreFit to build Plyometric Endurance, Speed, & Rotation Control.
A guide to optimizing your Barbell Deadlift Starting Position. We examine the starting position of two very different lifters.
Barbell Sumo Deadlift Form. It’s been a week of Personal Records for Coach Paul, so I thought I’d demo the form of the Sumo Deadlift with a Barbell. Plus the Sumo Deadlift is in the Iron Star Games, so you it’s time to start practicing.
Mobility = POWER! If your body isn’t capable of getting in the right angles and positions, it will obstruct the natural trajectory of the barbell, which is STRAIGHT UP! In this article we will go through a set of stretching exercises that will improve your weightlifting. This set of stretching excercises is a “Swiss Army Knife” that every lifter should always have with them.
This article discusses the finishing or receiving position for the barbell power clean. More specifically, we’ll be addressing hand and foot placement on the barbell. We will cover points of performance for the front rack. The front squat will also be discussed in detail. Proper performance of a barbell power clean in weightlifting requires mastery of the finishing position discussed infra.
Over 25 videos on barbell exercises including power lifting, Olympic lifting, CrossFit, and Bodybuilding
In this article, we will be discussing the chest fly. We’ll be covering several variations such as Low to Mid Cable Flys, Neutral Grip Cable Flys, Pronated Grip Cable Flys, and 1 Arm Cable Flys. We’ll also compare the Standing Chest Fly and Seated Chest Fly. Finally, we will discuss the role of Pectoris Major and Pectoris Minor in Cable Flys.