5 Exercises to Improve Your Deadlift – Workout Fitness Article

Every gym has at least one of them (OK, more like 10 of them)—the people who want to improve a specific skill or movements so their answer is to practice that skill every single day.   I have a client—bless her heart—who was frustrated that her deadlift hadn’t improved in 12 months and proceeded to deadlift heavy every single time she came to the gym for six months. At the end of it all, her deadlift weight hadn’t increased, but…

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» Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 8/6/19 – Workout Fitness Article

Strength and Conditioning Stuff You Should Read: 8/6/19 Written on August 6, 2019 at 3:32 pm, by Eric Cressey Today, I’ve got a list of recommended reading to get you through the week. Before we get to it, though, just a quick heads-up that we’re doing a pre-sale on Cressey Sports Performance bucket hats. If you’re interested in buying one, you can do so at THIS LINK. They’ll be available for shipment in early-mid September. As for the reading recommendations,…

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Better Strength Training Is Just One Step Away (BodyBuilding.Com Feature) – Intrinsic Strength Training® – Workout Fitness Article

Make this simple change to movements you’re probably already doing, and you’ll feel a difference instantly. If you’re looking to make your stale training more dynamic, read this!In life, the majority of our movement is done with what’s called a “gait pattern.” Most or all of our body weight is on one leg, while the opposite leg is traveling. With each step, the position of the entire body changes. Your foot position changes your pelvic position, which changes your spinal…

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Athletic Weight Training – Rear Step Deadlift to Forward Step Overhead Press – Intrinsic Strength Training® – Workout Fitness Article

Deadlifting/Hip hinging and Overhead Pressing are two fundamental weight lifting patterns. Combine the two for an athletic approach to building your body #SpineStrong #IntrinsicStrength This exercise is challenging, especially on my non dominant side. Step 1. Take a rear step while simultaneously hip hingeing and reaching the weight towards the ground. Focus on using the non stepping leg to decelerate the body before crashing into the ground.(Angelo’s Advice) Focus on controlling and slowing down the body with your stance leg…

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