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How to Use Trap Bar Deadlifts to Build Total-Body Strength

The Trap Bar Deadlift is a full-body exercise that targets the hips and legs. It's a variation of the traditional Deadlift that uses a trap bar, which...

3 Strength Training Methods to Help You Reach Your Speed Potential

One of the most frequent question coaches get is... Can I get faster? The short answer is a big YES! You can definitely improve your speed. The long...

How to Maintain Strength During Your Soccer Season

To effectively design a strength training program for the in-season soccer player you must always take into account game volume, practice time and...

2 Proven Ways to Progress Through a Training Plateau

An athlete gets stronger by applying a greater training stress to the body than it has previously experience, which can be enabled by using a strength...

Build Single-Leg Strength With This Trap Bar Deadlift Variation

Getting faster and explosive comes down to one thing, making sure you can effectively explode off one leg, which is an essential part of every sport....

Struggling with Deadlifts? Try These Alternative Exercises

The Conventional Deadlift is a fantastic full-body exercise. And had you asked me a few years ago whether everyone should do them, I would have answered...

Build Explosive Power With Trap Bar Jumps

We are always looking for the new thing. A secret exercise, a perfect variation, or a forgotten training method. We search for these because we want to...

Try The Landmine Deadlift for a Strong Lower Body

The deadlift has been dubbed the "king of all exercises" by some strength & conditioning coaches. It's a compound exercises that incorporates muscles...

Build Full-Body Strength With This 10-Minute Workout

10 Minutes. That is all you need to get a full body circuit that is intense, powerful and will take you right to some big time gains. It's two of my...

Trap Bar Exercises for Upper-Body Gains

The Trap Bar or Hex Bar, depending on what you have heard it referred as, has been touted as an alternative to a straight bar deadlift for many people....