• How To Do The Farmer's Carry

    Techniques You Can Use: How To Do The Farmer’s Carry

    T-Nation talks about the why this exercise is important. Being able to do heavy carries is a reflection of your strength and performance level. If you can proceed with these exercises, you're good to go. However, if you're unable to pick up heavy objects, or even walk with it, it may be a sign that your fitness level is dwindling. You may need to improve your grip to prevent issues like lower back conditions. Here are sure ways how to improve your strength. Tip: The Farmer's Carry Is Essential For long-term orthopedic and functional success, you should be able to pick up a heavy object, stabilize, then walk with it. The [...]
  • Top Movements For An Iron Grip

    Top Movements For An Iron Grip

    T-Nation talks about building maximum grip as well as improving your traps. You can hit two birds with one stone by tweaking this big-three movement. The trick here is to carry these heavy loads in your hands and sustain until you reach your optimum capacity. Quality versus quantity. You can't get the strength that you need by performing a 100 of reps on shrugs using just a half an inch ROM. If you want to take it to the next level, trust the dead lift. This is the strongest lift that you can execute. Check it out. Tip: Strong Traps, Iron Grip The trap bar deadlift with a shrug at the top will build full body strength plus [...]
  • Gut Wrenching CrossFit Workouts

    Gut Wrenching CrossFit Workouts: Insanely Hard to Extremely Difficult

    Are you ready to take the challenge? CrossFit's eager enthusiasts try the most brutal, gut wrenching CrossFit workouts from mensfitness.com. Can you keep up? Let's see how much you can take! FILTHY 50 There are 10 exercises: rep count should be 50, and these must be done as soon as possible.  Do 50 box jumps with a 24-inch box 50 jumping pullups 50 kettlebell swings 50 walking lunge steps 50 knees to elbows 50 reps of push press with 45 pounds 50 back extensions 50 wallballs using a 20-pound ball 50 burpees (dropping all the way to the floor) 50 double-unders You have only 25 minutes to finish this [...]
  • Exercises for Bowling: Essential Workouts for Bowlers

    Exercises for Bowling: Essential Workouts for Bowlers

    Have you been out of touch with bowling lately? Do you want to get back in the game? We can help you kick it up a notch by performing these effective exercises for bowling.    The Stretch Stretching exercises are a must when engaging in any sport, says bowlingball.com. Stretch your legs on the floor and extend your legs outward in front of you. Reach down towards your ankles and go as far as you can stretch. When you feel a slight burning sensation in your hamstrings, hold this position for 15 seconds. Strength Exercises Forward leg lunges usually do the trick. This time, lunges with a twist. Hold a bowling ball, against your [...]