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From someone who’s got first-hand experience, believe it: There’s very little that’s more debilitating in the gym than trying to train around a bad, aching, injured lower back. It’s only when you’re hurt that you realize how instrumental every piece of a working body really becomes to affect full functionality.

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Odds are you’ve read dozens of bodyweight exercise articles, and most of them seem to just recycle the same tips. Some push-ups, a couple of pull-ups, and maybe a one-legged squat here and there but nothing on how to take your bodyweight routine to the next level, toward an intermediate regimen. The fact is there’s only so much you can do with just your body before it all gets repetitive.

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Muscle & Fitness

Beginner’s Guide to Outdoor Training

Gyms may still be closed due to quarantine orders from COVID-19, but that still leaves training outside at your disposal (just be sure to social distance and cover your mouth and nose). Naturally, many may see this as a fitting option compared to being cooped up in a poorly equipped home gym (if you have a home gym that is).

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T-Nation

7 Game Changers for Bad Joints

There's no excuse for pushing through pain and force-feeding movement patterns that don't agree with your body type. Even so, relegating an exercise to pasture should only come through a fair share of trial and error.

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T-Nation

Tip: Bench Dips Are Bad News

This exercise is still commonly used, even amongst trainers who should know better. A lifter suspends himself across two benches while his trainer or lifting partner loads several 45-pound plates across his lap.

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Bodybuilding.com

How to Train Every Day

The idea of high-frequency training rises in appeal periodically, usually based on circumstances. Maybe you live next to (or work at) a gym and see the possibility of training every day. Or maybe a global pandemic puts the gym entirely off-limits, and you're finding that you have plenty of time to kill each and every day in your home gym.

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Exercises aren't contraindicated – people are. That means it's on us to choose the right exercises for the right body type, injury history, and goal. But there ARE a few commonly botched exercises that are inexcusable, and that transcends simply not having the right "build" for it.

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Athletes of any sport would do well to remember that when it comes to preparing the body for activity, there are certain goals we must achieve, basically across the board.

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There's a time and place for everything and that includes using some instability training for the chest. Here's the only rule about instability training: Make sure you do your stable movements first so that your chest is pre-fatigued before you hit it with something unstable.

T-Nation

6 Ways to Upgrade Your Back Workout

There comes a time when you've done rows and pull-ups to oblivion and reach a plateau in strength, muscular development, or both. That's when it's time to think outside the box. These hidden tricks can help you do just that.

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MEN'S HEALTH

The 18 Best Leg Exercises of All Time

Most guys focus on training their upper bodies hard, attacking chest workouts, arm workouts, and ab sessions with fierce vigor. But here’s a secret: If you want all that superheroic torso training to be worthwhile, you’ve got to spend serious time building those wheels, too.

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MEN'S HEALTH

The 20 Best Upper-Body Exercises of All-Time

The fitness world has never been more overwhelming than it is now. From isolation exercises to full-body exercises to flows to exercises that help you perfect those other exercises, the moves at your disposal are as vast as ever.

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