Your core is responsible for holding everything together while your arms and legs do work. That's the essence of any physical activity. The Airplane test allows us to see how competent your core is while you work to be stable on one leg.
Red meat isn't the devil assuming you source it right, cook it right, and eat it responsibly.
Today's Edge: Unless your sport is video gaming or chess, you better be training your hamstrings. The Single Leg Deadlift should be a staple in your training if you want healthy hamstrings.
Shut up and work. If you want to be successful in anything, start with being great at the basics. One of the most basic things in anything is how hard you work. You are in complete control of what you put into anything and everything.
You better rack yourself before you wreck yourself! The Barbell Rack Pull is a great exercise for helping you to tighten up your deadlift form and performance.
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To all the cholesterol cops out there who love to hate on shrimp, do me a favor and settle down! Enjoy this shrimp taco salad instead.
Un-bastardizing balance work PART 2. A big part of balance comes from the core's ability to hold strong while the arms and/or legs do work. For better balance, it's important to train the core to communicate with the arms and legs during activity.
A self stretch that will help you to clean up upper back mayhem.
Want to jump out of the gym? You better be doing squats and you better be doing them right! Here's a dumbbell goblet squat done right.