Category Archives: Workout Basics

Bosu Ball Push Ups Exercises: How to do, Muscles Worked, Benefits

By , May 24th, 2017 | Chest workouts | 0 Comments

Bosu ball push up or bosu pushup is an effective strength-gaining workout performed with a Bosu balance trainer, which is a fitness training equipment consisting of a rubber hemisphere with a rigid platform. Used by people of all ages including beginners and pro athletes to perform balance training, the Bosu ball offers an unstable surface on a stable device and vice versa.

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24May

Decline Reverse Crunch on Bench: How to do, Benefits, Pictures

By , April 14th, 2017 | Abs workouts | 0 Comments

Decline reverse crunch, a variation of the floor reverse crunch, is one of the most important strength-gaining exercises useful for toning up abs. It is considered a challenging workout even for those who are experienced in performing other ab exercises.

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14Apr

Dumbbell Floor Press: Benefits, How to do, Pictures

By , April 8th, 2017 | Tricep workouts | 0 Comments

When it comes to shoulder-friendly upper body exercises, there is none better than the dumbbell floor press. It is a pressing exercise similar to bench press, but it utilizes the floor rather than the bench. It helps in working the triceps harder than ever, removing the strain placed on your shoulder joints.

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8Apr

Sots Press (Press in Clean and Snatch): How to do, Benefits, Variations

By , March 24th, 2017 | Shoulder workouts | 0 Comments

The sots press or sotts press, named after Victor Sots (the weightlifting champion from Russia), is a core-building exercise that helps provide fantastic flexibility and strength. It will not just work your core muscles but also improve the mobility of the thoracic spine, shoulders, hips, and ankles.

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24Mar

Decline Crunches (Sit Ups): How to do, Benefits, Forms, Pictures

By , March 17th, 2017 | Abs workouts | 0 Comments

The decline abdominal crunch or sit up is an effective strength-building workout that adds definition to your abs. As a matter of fact, the decline crunch is a fairly simple exercise that will not just improve your core but also help you get closer to having a six pack ab.

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17Mar

Incline Dumbbell Curl: How to do, Benefits, Forms, Video

By , January 18th, 2017 | Bicep workouts | 0 Comments

Incline dumbbell curl is an isolation workout that works the long head of your biceps, stretches it and helps it in contracting with more force during the exercise. If getting bigger and stronger arms is your goal then you need to work incline dumbbell curls into your workout routine.

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18Jan

Alternating Kettlebell Floor Press Exercise: How to do, Benefits, Types

By , January 14th, 2017 | Chest workouts | 0 Comments

Building raw upper-body strength is a common objective among gym goers. And if bench pressing is your goal, you can supplement your lifting routine by using the alternating floor press. It is a type of compound exercise that works your lats, stabilizers, and core without increasing pressure on your lower back, keeping pain at bay.

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14Jan

Floor Press: What is it, How to do, Benefits, Variations

By , December 3rd, 2016 | Tricep workouts | 0 Comments

What is a Floor Press?

Floor press, the primitive version of the bench press, is a core-attacking and strength-building upper-body exercise that lets you lift weights without excessive shoulder stress. It works best for those who want to feel the effect of bench press on their triceps and reduce the risks of shoulder injuries while training.

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3Dec

Lying Leg Raises: Benefits, How to Do, and Variations

By , November 21st, 2016 | Abs workouts | 0 Comments

The lying leg raise or lying straight leg raise is probably the first ab exercise that your trainer hands out to you when you step into your gym. It is a fat burning exercise that isolates the abs excellently, more so the lower abs.

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21Nov

Jackknife Sit Ups Exercise (V Ups): What is it and How to do

By , October 14th, 2016 | Abs workouts | 0 Comments

The core is at the root of every exercise we do. Training other parts of the body and having a weak core is like furnishing a house that has an unstable base. Including the jack knife ab exercise in your training routine will make you burn some serious calories.

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14Oct
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