Hope you’re enjoying your weekend!
It’s been a busy week here with a ton of awesome fitness info. Here’s a recap of the best fitness info in case you missed anything!
Simple bench press drill to build tension in your lats for a bigger bench press: Set your arch. Screw your shoulder blades into your back pocket. As you lower the bar, try to **touch the outside of your lats together** and load your lats as you lower the weight to your chest. Create so much tension that you cannot touch the unloaded barbell to your chest. #powerlifting #squat #bench #deadlift #strengthtips #technique
From the latest edition from my new series Stronger in 60 Seconds. Check it out for more on how to get a bigger bench.
Every week I’ll be providing you with a short video, accompanied by a more detailed write-up on how to optimize your lifts. Each edition in the series is about a 1-minute read with a simple, effective tip you can implement into your training.
- Squats Versus Hip Thrusts: EMG Activity via Bret Contreras
- Precision Nutrition Coaching Infographic via Precision Nutrition
- How to Program Group Fitness Workouts (Includes a 3-day Guide) via George Kalantzis, The PTDC
- How Lifters Can Unleash Athletic Power via Eric Bach, Tony Gentilcore
- Getting the Most Out of Your Lifting Belt via Rob Colameta
- Stronger in 60 Seconds: Build a Bigger Bench via Adam Pine
- Women and Lifting: The Truth Revealed via Ryan Wood
- Vogue Magazine: More Fitness Fiction Than Fact via Tony Gentilcore
- How to Get Your Clients to Really Stick to Their Diets via Sohee Lee, Armi Legge
- 10 Principles Of Weight Loss via Greg Robins
- Random Thoughts on Sports Performance Training – Installment 12 via Eric Cressey
- How to Perform Rear Foot Elevated Split-Squats via Mike Robertson
- Fermented foods, neuroticism, and social anxiety via Examine.com
- 5 Ways You’re Wasting Time in the Gym via Travis Pollen
- How Protein Can Help You Lose Weight Naturally Authority Nutrition
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