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Learn to Perform Kettlebell Swings Correctly by Avoiding Common Form Mistakes

Kettlebell Swings were once exclusively performed by athletes in the Soviet Union. Now you'd be hard pressed to walk through a gym and not see at leas...

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8 Ways to Become a Better Basketball Player

Whether you're the best player on your team or you hold down a spot at the end of the bench, you always have room for improvement. Elite players like ...

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Everybody wants an awesome biceps workout. There are few things more satisfying for a lifter than getting an unreal pump and having arms that fill...

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How to Build a Basketball Body

In today's game of basketball, the level of athleticism is unmatched in history. Yes, many player are naturally gifted, but if you want to be elite,...

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A Complete Baseball Core Workout

An effective baseball core workout should improve core stability and rotational power. Most professional baseball players possess an above-average—h...

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