How To: Train Local Muscle Endurance

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Up your push-up game. We can help. Training your local muscle endurance can be done a lot of ways, but here we give you tips and workouts for you to try that’ll strengthen a specific muscle group to help you do reps on reps on reps. In a nutshell: Pick a specific muscle group to work on. Do as many reps as you can that target that muscle group– FAST. Take a long rest. Repeat. Go ahead, try it out.

18.5 Warm-up and Strategy

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The old phrase, “the shorter the workout the longer the warm-up” is ringing true with this one. Your warm-up is going to be crucial. Here’s what we suggest: Part 1: 6 Rounds 1 min. AA at moderate pace 1 min. row at moderate pace *Add in some PVC pass-throughs and Ido portal squat routine work h/w each rounds Part 2: 2-3 Rounds 30 ft. banded monster walks 10 DB Cuban presses – light 30 sec. hollow arch skill work rings …

Open Conversations: Should I wear a belt?

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To belt or not to belt. Is that a real question? Yes. Our advice? Try it first—borrow a friend’s and belt it out. How do you feel? If you need the support for certain movements, it may be worth the wear. Your best bet? Velcro vs. leather. Velcro is easy to loosen or take off in-between movements, so it won’t slow you down or make you commit to full-on belt-wearing like a leather weightlifting belt does. And there ya have …