Sure, basic squats are great. But if you’re looking for more variety (or intensity) on leg day, these 23 squat variations deliver.
One reason women avoid the weight room is a fear that lifting will make them look bulky. Here’s why you shouldn’t worry. (And why pro female bodybuilders aren’t a good example of weight training bulkiness.)
Think about your last leg workout – how many quad dominant exercises did you do? How many hip extensor dominant exercises did you do? Was there a balance between the two? Do you even know the difference?
The Deadlift is an integral, yet often missing component of a strength building program. That’s not to say that everyone should be performing this movement or one of its variations, but the benefits of the Deadlift for a power or strength building program are innumerable.
What is suspension training, what are its benefits, and how can you use it to help improve your clients’ fitness? Here are the details to get you started!
As a trainer, clients look to you to create the best workout plan for them. If you’re not already using peripheral heart action training (PHA training), your clients may be missing out. Here’s what this training is and who it can help most.
If you want an exercise that is fun and effective, kettlebell swings deliver. Learn what muscles they work, how to do them with proper form, and more. We also share who probably shouldn’t do this kettlebell exercise, which is important for all trainers to know.
Some people use the word ‘hypertrophy’ when they mean something else. As a trainer, seeking clarification is important to helping clients reach their fitness goals. Here’s what hypertrophy is, the benefits it offers, training strategies, and more.
Soccer is a high-intensity sport that demands both aerobic and anaerobic conditioning, including speed, agility, strength, and power. These physical components are necessary for maximum performance in the sport. It is important to learn how to train effectively as a soccer player whether you’re on or off the field.
If your goal is stronger arms, you may be wondering which exercises work best. The answer to this question depends on the type of resistance used. Here are a few options whether you want to use free weights, machines, or no weights at all.
So, you want to help athletes improve by becoming a strength and conditioning specialist. But how much can you expect to make in this field? Here’s what you need to know.
Slow lifts or fast lifts—which one is the best for your client’s goals? Check out our latest blog to learn more about lifting tempo for strength and hypertrophy goals.
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