The basic plank is a great exercise but it can get a little boring. Try this version when you're ready for a change.
This full body exercise will work your legs, back, shoulders and core. Add some explosive movements and it can even count as your cardio!
Here's a real challenge for your military press: do it while on a Bosu ball and resist the temptation to wobble all over. Best of luck!
Ready for an upgrade from the good ol' plank? This exercise will guaranteed challenge your shoulders and abs in a way you'll feel in the morning!
This week, we should you how to do a proper military press. To avoid injury, be sure to engage your core and not arch your back.
Carlos and Val walk you through a killer of a workout! Do each exercise for 45-60 seconds with no break between exercises. Run through the entire set 4-5 times.
What's the difference between a split stance squat and a lunge? We explain in this week's Step It Up video.
We show you a quick circuit workout to strengthen your upper body and core.
In this week's Step It Up Series: A killer ab workout. Follow Carlos' lead and remember to keep your back long and rotate through your whole torso, not just your arms.
Avoid the most common plank mistakes by taking cues from Josh and Carlos in this edition of the ADR Form Academy.
Working one arm at a time makes a big difference when doing incline chest presses. Follow Carlos instructions in the video below and you will not only work your chest and arms but also challenge your core and stabilizing muscles.
In this week's Form Academy we focus on the top chest.
Who doesn't want to be able to do a chin-up? Chin-ups work a ton of muscles and look pretty darn cool. However, it's not an exercise that most people can simply jump into.
While we love the classic bear crawl, we're also always looking for a new challenge. In today's chapter of the Step It Up series, Josh and Carlos show you how to add some weights to the mix.
In today's Form Academy we show you how to do a proper deadlift.
The horizontal row is a great exercise for your back and biceps. It also works a lot of stabilizer and core muscles core and is a good starting point for anyone who's got their eyes set on on doing a pull-up.
Once you've doing squats with perfect form, you're ready to add some more challenging moves.
Most of us treat ourselves to a massage from time to time. We walk out feeling refreshed and relaxed, but the effects wear off rather quickly. Taking one simple action can change that.
Using sport as exercise, rather than exercising so that you can do your sport, is a big mistake. The best example: Runners who say "I don't need to do leg day, I run."
Sedentary culture has accentuated the thoracic (between neck and the low back) curve to a point where it is now wreaking havoc on our bodies. Here are two signs you need to be working on your posture.
While women tend to relish in their squats and deadlifts, men keep to the bench. So this one is for all the guys out there; here are five reasons leg day needs to be a weekly occurrence.
Pokemon Go has been hailed by many as an outstanding fitness app. Why is a silly game succeeding where so many actual fitness and exercise apps fail?