Here is a great exercise for developing strength and power in your chest and shoulders. What I love about this exercise is it hits all of the stabilizer muscles which are the ones that make all the different when it comes to complete full-body strength.
The Turkish get-up is an excellent total body strength exercise formerly practiced by old-time strongmen and wrestlers. In the days of old, this was the first exercise given to aspiring weight-lifters to practice. It’s been said that no other exercises were given until the pupil could perform it with a 100 pound weight. Upon completing…Details
The purpose of this article is to share a few insights to make some of the basic exercises more fun and challenging. The Two Arm Swing: The two-arm swing is a simple and foundational exercise that can be mastered quickly. Because of it’s simplicity, many people get bored with it or forget it when they…Details
by Jeff Martone, owner of Tactical Athlete The wrestler’s back bridge is a great total body exercise that builds strength and flexibility. As Steve Baccari says, “It works everything – from your nose to your toes”. The following insights will result in almost instant results (i.e. perfect form) with minimal pain and suffering. What would…Details
I would like to share with you some fun and unique H2H Kettlebell drills that will add a new dimension of variety, enjoyment, and intensity to your current KB routines. Practicing these drills will dramatically increase your: Explosive strength and stamina Hand-eye coordination and hand speed Grip strength Shock absorbing qualities of your connective tissue…Details
Tight hip flexors, bad backs and obesity are epidemic in the US today. Why? Because we’ve turned into a bunch of lazy lima beans that literally sit around all day. We sit in front of the computer “working”. We sit in front of the “one-eyed brain sucker” (i.e. TV) “relaxing”. We sit while eating, driving,…Details
Has life become much busier than you would prefer it to be? Are you currently going through a hectic season in life and tempted to skip workouts because there is not enough time? Let me encourage you that rapid strength gains are possible even in times of high stress/low sleep, abbreviated training sessions, and irregular…Details