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Make Ring Pushups and Ring Dips Better

Make Ring Pushups and Ring Dips Better

The inside out protocol not only increases the difficulty of traditional ring pushups and dips but it also increases muscle activation, motor control, functional strength, stability, and joint health. Here’s how to perform inside out ring pushups and dips.

The Best Trap Bar Modification

The Best Trap Bar Modification

Combining the trap bar with accommodating resistance in the form of band assistance, band resistance, and chains produces some incredibly potent movements particularly when it comes to deadlifts, squats, hinges, lunges, and more.

Monster Mass & Strength with Rotational Barbell Movements

Monster Mass & Strength with Rotational Barbell Movements

If you’re looking for a unique and functional method to add strength and size to your entire upper body, the rotational barbell protocol is just what you need. As an added bonus is does wonders for cleaning up your technique and body mechanics.

50 Best Ab Rollouts You've Never Done

50 Best Ab Rollouts You've Never Done

Yep that’s right 50 ab rollouts you’ve never tried or even heard of. Not only will these ab rollouts crush your core but they’re guaranteed to improve your low back health, posture, spinal alignment, athletic performance, and full body strength.

Eccentric Accentuated Training for Legs

Eccentric Accentuated Training for Legs

Eccentric accentuated training can be a bit tricky when applying it to lower body strength training. Here’s how to apply the bilateral assisted negative accentuated (BANA) 2:1 method to squats, split squats, and lunges for strong and massive legs.

Combine The Trap Bar & Landmine for Functional Strength

Combine The Trap Bar & Landmine for Functional Strength

Two of my favorite strength training tools are the landmine and the trap bar. Here's how to combine both of these awesome and versatile training tools to create some amazing full body exercises.

Train Every Movement with Offset Angles

Train Every Movement with Offset Angles

If you're looking for a unique training protocol that not only improves muscle activation and body mechanics but can also be applied to every movement pattern there is, you'll want to give the offset angle training method a try.

The Best Zercher Squats You’ve Never Done

The Best Zercher Squats You’ve Never Done

The barbell Zercher squat is an incredibly effective lower body exercise.  However it also has its share of downfalls.  Here's how to use kettlebells and landmine stations to improve the effectiveness of this classic strength exercise.  

The Best Dumbbell Squeeze Press You've Never Done

The Best Dumbbell Squeeze Press You've Never Done

The dumbbell squeeze press is one of the most effective exercises for crushing your chest, shoulders, and triceps.  However, by applying principles of eccentric overload we can make the movement even better.  Here's how.

One Exercise To Rule Them All

One Exercise To Rule Them All

I frequently run into a scenario where I'm asked what exercise I would chose if I could only select one movement.  While this is a difficult choice I decided to chose an exercise that literally targets every muscle from head to toe.  So here it is. 

Olympic Weightlifting with Reactive Neuromuscular Training

Olympic Weightlifting with Reactive Neuromuscular Training

If you're looking for a method that maximizes the effectiveness of Olympic lifts and also saves the joints, you'll want to implement reactive neuromuscular training (RNT) to your cleans and snatches.  Here's how to do it plus 7 unique benefits. 

The Most Effective Chest Press You’ve Never Done

The Most Effective Chest Press You’ve Never Done

I recently developed a unique chest press that may in fact be one of the most effective chest presses I’ve ever used.  I refer to this as the Pivot Press.  Besides crushing both the upper and middle regions of the pectorals it also hits the entire posterior chain.

Make Kettlebells More Effective

Make Kettlebells More Effective

Kettlebells are one of the best tools for performing a variety of movements including deadlifts, squats, rows, lunges, and more.  Unfortunately the ability to overload the muscles adequately can compromise their effectiveness.  Here's how to resolve that.