Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Imagine a vertical line that runs through the body, neatly dividing it into halves. Any movement you make parallel with this line is done in the sagittal plane. Now consider the movements you make during your workouts and...
As we wave goodbye to the colder weather, we also wave hello to bikini season *gulps*. Fortunately, there's no better time to whittle your waist for tummy-baring tops and body-boosting swimwear. A few oblique moves can easily add...

How To Master The EZ-Bar Curl

An EZ-bar curl is, well, easy. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, knees slightly bent. Hold an EZ-bar in an underhand grip with your arms extended and then curl the bar up towards your chest, keeping your elbows...

Core exercises

The Police’s 1983 classic “Every Breath You Take” is not about your core muscles. It’s about a creepy, creepy guy who can’t let a relationship go. But it could be, because every breath you take, every move you...

How To Do Triceps Dips

We like to take a holistic look at health and fitness here on Coach, providing advice on staying both physically and mentally fit, as well as recipes and all the info you need to eat well. However, sometimes...

How To Do The Turkish Get-Up

Getting up is a movement most of us do without ever thinking about it. After all, we get up out of bed every morning. Sure, it might seem tough sometimes, but that’s usually due to a heavy night...
Train Smarter (And Harder) 1. Train for strength “Don’t waste your time training to burn fat,” says Nate Miyaki, a fat loss expert and author of The 6-Pack Checklist. “Your diet gives you 80% of your fat loss results, and a...

Chest exercises

If you spend a lot of time in the weights room, or are about to commence a rigorous gym routine, there’s a good chance you want to bulk up your chest. Frankly, even if you have no intention...
If you want bigger and stronger muscles then most of your training time should be dedicated to lifting weights. But you can reach your size and strength goals faster by also including some weekly plyometric work, which means...
What Is A Squat? A squat is a movement where you start in a standing position and bend your knees to bring your bum as close as possible to your heels and then stand back up again. One squat done....
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