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Bicep Exercises and variations

The biceps are mainly two different muscle groups which the root word “bi” stands for two. We have our interior and exterior heads that make up the biceps. We are demonstrating basically 4 different movements that will hit each or…

Deadlift Variations

Don’t we always want to feel strong in a particular lift? The only problem is can we feel strong safely. This is one of the exercises that many will perform and sustain injury based on improper technique. A few things…

Hamstrings

What muscles gives us that nice explosive power when we are in a sprint? What muscles help to stabilize the knee and even assist in the rotational aspect. One of the most neglected compartments of the posterior thigh are the…

Quadricep Variations

It’s always impressive to see a developed quadricep that is deeply separated showing the four muscles that make up the “Quads”.   First, I’m going to go over all four muscles, then we will discuss some variations that can be done…

Shoulder Rehab

Treating shoulder injuries is a very common occurrence in my office, especially amongst my competitive clients. Before we tackle how to rehabilitate a shoulder-based injury, we need to understand what supports the shoulder joint. First, the shoulder is a ball…

Deadlifts – The Basics

Admittedly, watching someone pull massive amounts of weight from the floor is an impressive feat to see. Such a mix of power and speed displays an amazing ability, and often, a true athlete can encompass those athletic abilities to pull…

Calves

No body part can quite grab attention like a set of calves can. There’s something about very developed calves that stand out so distinctly, but this body part is mainly developed with the help of genetics and efficient training. We…

The Chest

When I began weightlifting, I was always focused on getting my chest bigger and stronger. I guess watching so many Arnold Schwarzenegger movies back in the day added to my chest envy, so I started lifting with an old school…