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The inverted row is an excellent exercise that works the back, biceps, trapezius muscles (traps) and the surrounding stabilizer muscles. It can be done in almost any environment so it is a must have in your training program! 

Exercise is a form of stress and while that stress is usually beneficial because it triggers positive adaptations, such as increased strength, it’s all too easy to push the envelope just a little too far and end up injured.

11th Feb 2018

No bench no problem!

Check out these effective and fun-to-do bench press alternatives that target the same muscles but without needing a bench press station.


Planks are a well known core strengthening exercise - but are you getting the most out of all that time you spend in a prone position? 

Whether you’ve just started dating, are ecstatic about your engagement, or have been happily married for decades, there are a number of habits that can help keep you (and your partner) healthy, sane, and slim-together.

Training partner challenges are a fun way to end a workout and squeeze even more out of your training session. The added element of competition can mean that you dig deeper than usual to beat your partner and claim bragging rights. 

Does lifting tempo really matter? Get the lowdown on how lifting slower can make you bigger! 

Recovery is often thought of as a passive activity – something you just let happen. However, there are several things you can do that will speed up the recovery process so you can exercise harder, exercise sooner, and see better results from your training.


Is it really worth training to failure if you are trying to build muscle? Or are you just tiring yourself out for no reason? 

Big arms look great if you mostly wear t-shirts but if you are more of a business suit kind of guy, your muscular physique could go unnoticed most of the time. Unless, of course, you work hard on developing mountain-like upper traps.