Well, the word safety bars doesn’t necessarily mean that the safety squat bars will protect you against injuries and accidents. It simply means that these squat bars are designed to minimize the strain squatting puts on your body, especially the shoulders, biceps, and forearms. Plus, if you are already suffering from upper-body injuries, especially shoulder
Creating a home gym and working from the comfort of your home sounds quite tempting. But, staying motivated enough to adhere to your workout routine is as challenging as you could imagine. Most of us give up within a few weeks/months simply because of boredom and lack of motivation. Thankfully, killing the boredom is easy.
If you have been just focusing on a tight core and bulging biceps, you are going wrong. You need strong forearms too. Well-built forearms will help you lift heavier weights and do more reps. The stronger the forearms, the stronger will be your grip. You will be able to hold and control heavier barbells, thereby
Percussive therapy, also known as vibration therapy, is highly recommended for people who are into competitive sports and even for fitness enthusiasts who love extensive and rigorous training. Numerous studies have proven that this therapy that provides an accelerated burst of pressure on the tissues, which: Helps the sore muscles heal faster, so you can
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There’s a reason why the squat often ranks as the number one exercise for strengthening and building the legs. This powerful exercise recruits multiple muscle groups all at once, the quads, hamstrings, core, upper/lower back, to name but a few. The best strength athletes and bodybuilders from all over the world perform the squat. If
Deadlift platforms are expensive. Even the cheapest ones could cost around $300-$400. This is why many novice weight trainers prefer using thick floor-protecting rubber mats. Those mats do not provide complete protection. But if you are lifting light weights and if you usually are not into the habit of throwing your weights on the ground,
There has been a lot of confusion regarding squat rack, squat stand, power rack, and power cages. Some people even use the words interchangeably. If you too have been struggling to figure out which one you need, our blog describing the difference between them will help you understand each one’s use so you can buy