Here’s a little shameless self-promotion with some quick tips hidden inside.  Watch, enjoy, maybe learn something and then spread the love by sharing with others!

 

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Why is this the most ‘functional’ pressing exercise?   That’s easy- it tests your strength, mobility, core strength and posture.  It is also the most honest- just you and the bar.  No bench, no back support and no Smith Machine!

 

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Efficient training is a must, especially when you have limited time.  What exercise is arguably the most efficient use of time when you want to train all the muscles?   No- it’s not Hopscotch Belly Rubs on a Bosu Ball.   It’s the big, bad Deadlift.  Core training, lower body acceleration, lower back strength, grip strength.  This one does it all!

 

 

 

 

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The Squat is an exercise of systems.  Maximum benefit and injury prevention is best when these systems are dialed correctly.  Use a box to learn to ‘sit back’ into the squat, to load the hips more and the back and knees less.

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Generate greater lifts by locking down all the areas that might bleed out force like a leaky faucet.  The thing is, great stabilization is the ticket to maximizing the amount of force you want to put into the bar.  Otherwise, wouldn’t it make sense to Bench Press on a water bed instead of a bench?

We explain how to do it – showing how to position the feet, shoulders, hips and arms- and then put it all together to demonstrate the perfect Bench Press.   Of course, we gotta show what NOT to do.

 

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Waste a lot of energy in a small space while training the entire body, legs, arms, core, heart and lungs- it does it all.  Take heed, noble traveler, this monster has teeth.

 

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When someone asks you a dumb question, shrug back, not up.  Posture improvement will follow.

 

 

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The simple medicine ball may take you back to they days when you were a kid, first learning to bounce a ball at the playground.  Here’s a more ballistic version!

 

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One of our viewers, Paul, requested a demonstration of a more advanced Spider Man Crawl.  You thought the regular version was hard enough?  Nope.  Here’s a harder variation.

 

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In some movements you need to ‘stack the joints’ for better positioning.   Here’s what we mean:

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