The barbell bench press is probably the most popular upper body exercise. In this exercise, the muscles of the chest are considered a prime mover.Read More
The flat barbell bench press is probably the most popular upper body exercise.
This is probably quite justified, it’s a time-tested and highly effective muscle and strength builder.Read More
Squatting is arguably the most fundamental lower body movement capable of developing a wide range of attributes, from strength to size.
Squatting can be generally categorized by simultaneous flexion and extension at the hip, knee, and ankle joints.Read More
The squat is probably arguably the most popular lower body exercise, even sometimes referred to as the king of all exercises, but is the squat enough for maximizing leg growth?Read More
The hip thrust has over time become one of the more popular lower body exercises that primarily trains your glutes. But, does the hip thrust improve your squat?Read More
The squat and the deadlift are probably the two most popular exercises that exist. But, how much does the deadlift carryover to the squat (does the deadlift increase your squat?), and what about the opposite, how much does the squat carryover to the deadlift (does the squat increase your deadlift?).Read More
The trap bar deadlift has gained some good popularity over the years. It’s often regarded as a great alternative to the conventional barbell deadlift. However, some believe that the trap bar deadlift is nothing more than a squat and should not be regarded as a deadlift movement altogether.Read More
The bench press is undoubtedly a great exercise for targeting the chest, anterior deltoids, and triceps.Read More
The push-up is a simple and convenient exercise that undoubtedly has the potential to induce meaningful strength, endurance, and muscle gain.