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How to Perform Bodyweight Squats

Bodyweight squats are a staple for a lot of workout routines. They allow you to get your form down pat before you add on more weight or an effective workout on their own.  Adam Steer, a.k.a “The Bodyweight Coach”, is here to go though some crucial cues that are going to help ensure that you are performing your bodyweight squat …

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Over Pulling on Pull-ups and Pulldowns

Pull-ups and pulldowns are great exercises for really building those lats and your back. Just like any other movement, however, when done inproperly it can lead to injury and lack of results. Dr. Joel Seedman goes over one of the mot common mistakes when it comes to pull-ups and pulldowns- overpulling.   Like any movement, there is an ideal range of …

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How To Perform The Front Squat

  The front squats are one of the best exercixes for building those quads! The front squats differ from the back squats because you are actually putting the bar in front of your body (the anterior part of your body), supporting it with the clavicle portion. This is considered a more advanced movement, so the BUFF DUDES are going to …

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Plate Swings

The kettle bell swing is certainly an amazing exercise that helps you regain posture and works a plethora of muscles simultaneously- hips, glutes, hamstrings, and shoulders to name a few! This movement aids in developing strength, power, and balance. With that being said, why wouldn’t you want to incorporate this into your workout regime? Although, the real question is: how …

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Common Plank Mistakes

The Plank. It’s become a staple of workouts everywhere and promises to be the ultimate core workout that can be done anywhere as it requires no weights or equipment. As an isometric exercise (meaning that it is performed in a static position), the main goal when performing a plank is to find your perfect form and hold it solidly for …

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How to Instantly Boost Chin-Up Performance

Chin-ups are a classic exercise that work the back and upper body. Chin-ups are great for further targeting your latissimus dorsi and biceps. When performed properly, this exercise is extremely effective on these areas. However, when performed incorrectly, the output does not give the same results. Strength Coach, Charles Poliquin, shares how to improve your chin-up performance to maximize those upper …

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Leaning Forward on Lunges

Lunges are an excellent way to fire up your hamstrings, quads, and gluteus. The great thing about lunges is the variations they have. You can perform lunges with kettle-bells, barbells, weights, or just on their own. Just like any other exercise, however, form is key to maximize results and minimize injury. Dr. Joel Seedman explains how keeping a forward lean when …

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5 Overhead Press Mistakes to Avoid

BIO “B.U.F.F.:: Better Understanding of Food & Fitness. Dudes, the ones who’ll show you how to get it.” Hudson and Brandon White are two brothers who make up BUFF DUDES. They decided to start the B.U.F.F movement and share it through Youtube; making videos centering around food and fitness. Their aim is to educate with a plethora of information whilst …

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The Do’s and Don’ts of a Bench Press

BIO If there is someone who knows the ins and outs of fitness, it’s Alan Thrall. Alan is the owner of Untamed Strength as well as a Marine Corps veteran who served as a presidential security guard as well as a “World Famous” Body Bearer at Arlington National Cemetery. Alan’s love for fitness started at a very young age and …

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INFOGRAPHIC: Johnny Olsen’s Tips For the Best Bicep Curl

Everyone wants big guns with perfect peaks. Not everyone know what they need to do in training to achieve them. The Bicep Curl has to be one of the most popular movements on gym floors today but many people are not hitting the bicep muscle safely and/or effectively. Fitness expert Johnny Olsen shared key pointers on how to master your best bicep …