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Bodyweight Inverted Rows

Inverted Rows are an excellent  beginner, intermediate, and advanced bodyweight exercise. They target several muscle groups that many people wish to bulk up, and due to the nature of the exercise, the intensity can be adjusted to your specific fitness

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Bench Dips: Guide to Perfect Form

Bench Dips, also known as chair dips, are often regarded as one of the best tricep exercises. There isn’t much question as to why either. When done with perfect form, bench dips are a great bodyweight workout that isolates the

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The Hindu Push-up

How to do Hindu Push-ups with Perfect Form Hindu Push-ups are a great variation of the push-up for numerous reasons. They add a bit of intensity to the workout and they require the use of a few extra muscle groups

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Hindu Squats

How to do Hindu Squats with Perfect Form Hindu Squats are a great muscular and cardiovascular workout that I encourage you all to try. They work work all of your leg muscles, just like bodyweight squats, but bring in an

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The Box : Box Hop Over Squats

How to do Box Hop Over Squats. Doing box hop over squats is a great way to strengthen your legs, and get some cardio in an enclosed space. I’ve recently found that you can use a box to work out

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Activity: Indoor Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing Indoor Rock Climbing has become pretty popular lately, with new gyms popping up everywhere. It’s a fun social way to exercise your entire body. It also does amazing things for hand and forearm strength. The down side is that

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Activity: Swimming

Swimming as an Exercise A few days ago we learned how and why you should make your workouts fun, and swimming is a prime example. Many people have loved to swim since they where children. Other people never got the

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Workout Partner

Workout solo or with a workout partner? People ask this all the time, is it OK to workout alone, or is it best to have a workout partner? In How to make your Workout Fun, we talked about how it

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How to make your Workout Fun

Making your workout fun As I’ve said before, it’s important to enjoy working out, this will make getting those. You may or may not enjoy working out for the sake of working out. You may just want to add a

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Training to Failure

Don’t Train to Fail You can’t succeed at training if you are dead. That may sound harsh, but training to failure can be serious depending on a number of factors. Training to failure is a term used to identify the

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