Place your feet shoulder width apart and using an overhand grip at a little more than shoulder width, hold a barbell in front of you. Your arms should be fully extended towards the floor, palms facing in towards your thighs. This is the start position. Exhale and raise or shrug your shoulders up in
Grab a dumbbell in each hand and lie face down on an incline bench that is set to an incline that is approximately 30 degrees. Let the arms hang to your sides fully extended as they point to the floor. Turn the wrists until your hands have a pronated (palms down) grip. Now flare
Holding a barbell with a pronated grip (palms facing down), bend your knees slightly and bring your torso forward, by bending at the waist, while keeping the back straight until it is almost parallel to the floor. Tip: Make sure that you keep the head up. The barbell should hang directly in front of
Lie on a flat bench with a barbell using a shoulder grip width. Hold the bar straight over your chest with a bend in your arms. This will be your starting position. While keeping your arms in the bent arm position, lower the weight slowly in an arc behind your head while breathing in until
Use an assisted pull-up machine or securely attach a heavy-duty band to a pull-up station, securing it around just one knee. The tension should be enough to pull that lower leg up. Grasp the bar with an overhand grip just outside shoulder width and hang at full arm extension. This is your start position.
Grip the above handles in the closer parallel position with your palms facing each other. Extend your arms and place your knees on the pad to begin. Assure your body is upright, the chest is up, and midsection is engaged throughout the movement. Bend your elbows as you exhale, pulling yourself up until your