In an earlier article we discussed the Z Press and the wide array of benefits that can come from performing such a functional and movement-challenging exercise. In that article, we also went over
The landmine press is a unique unilateral overhead pressing movement that can increase movement asymmetries, build scapular strength and stability, and improve overall health and development of the shoulder. In this landmine press
Banded face pulls are a great exercise to increase posterior shoulder strength, scapular stability, and enhance external rotation, all of which are necessary for proper shoulder performance for strength, power, and fitness athletes.
Some exercises just don’t get the respect and spotlight they deserve. The banded face pull is one of them, an unsung hero done before heavy bench press sessions, in warm-up areas before National
In the quest for some serious shoulders, there are few exercises that can produce as much muscle mass, strength, and aesthetic boulders for shoulders than the shoulder press, specifically the dumbbell variations. In
In an earlier article I spent a great deal discussing one of the most athletic upper body strength and power movements for strength and power athletes: the push press. While the push press is
If you want to be strong overhead, strong in general, you slouch a lot, or you’d just rather minimize the chances of injuring your shoulders, paying attention to the health and mobility of
In the world of weightlifting, coaches and athletes have a plethora of snatch, clean, and jerk variations, each of which can be used to address specific weakness and/or faults a lifter may possess.
It’s not often that an exercise is as cool-looking as it is effective, but club training is changing the game. Clubs, of course, are traditionally mêlée weapons (read: used for bashing heads in),
Weightlifters, powerlifters, and functional athletes are all at risk for injury. Injury is an inherent risk that we all must face on a daily basis. Weightlifters spend much of their training day in an