Training

How to Front Squat

The front squat is one of the best compound exercises, but it’s often overshadowed by the standard back squat. This is because the back squat is known to be the best exercise for a whole body workout, as it targets the legs, glutes, core, and back muscles. This makes the squat one of the most …

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How To Do Double Unders

Rope workouts are an amazing way to burn calories quickly and efficiently. Whether you’re a beginner or experienced with an exercise rope, adding a little variety to your routine can make it more interesting and you could see those calories burn even quicker.Double unders are a great variation for your rope workouts. If you’re looking …

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Front Squat Mobility

The front squat is often overlooked. After all, people tend to lift more weight with the back squat and find that holding the bar in the front rack position isn’t easy.Thus, front squats are often neglected. You’re more likely to see front squats in Olympic weightlifting programs, as it is a staple exercise in the …

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Ankle Mobility Exercises

According to the AAOS (American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons) and the AMA (American Medical Association), the normal range of ankle mobility is around 20 degrees.In various studies, the observed mobility ranged from around 8 to 23 degrees. The term ankle mobility refers to the flexibility of your ankle joint and the muscles and tendons that …

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