Question: I’m considering quitting the gym because my joints are just getting destroyed, even when using perfect form. Always when I try to replace and exercise with something else, it brings a new problem with it. I.e. I’ve had to completely stop barbell squats because it tears up me knees and lower back, I’ve tried
If there’s one exercise you should be performing, it’s the bodyweight squat. This movement has numerous benefits for both busy people and athletes. The following are the top three benefits of the bodyweight squat: Benefit #1: Hip Mobility and Strength Busy people who work tend to sit down and get up a lot of times
Monday September 1, 20083 rounds: 20 Pushups KB Clean + Press, 10 reps 20 Jump Rope Crossovers KB Front Squat, 10 reps Parth – 16:49.68 Dom – 11:45/18 D-raj – 11:06.43 Tuesday Semptember 2, 2008 3 rounds: 20 Bodyweight Squats Sprint 10 Bentover Rows, 95lbs Completed as a group with D-raj: 3:56.55 Wednesday, September 3,
My father is fifty years old. I decided to train him a few months back. He lost 7 pounds in 2 weeks with minimal dieting effort, and 4 sessions lasting 15 minutes each. He was surprisingly strong, and was even able to knock off 3 good push ups after his workout. Training someone older than
We all know that to gain muscle you need to lift heavy. So what is all this about bodyweight training being a great way to build muscle? I’ve written numerous articles about how muscle building with bodyweight exercises works. However, the biggest problem still seems to be how to build muscle on the lower body.