Why Do My Shoulders Feel Sore After Jump Rope? (5 Things to Consider)

Why Do My Shoulders Feel Sore After Jump Rope

It’s a question I see and hear a lot, “Why Do My Shoulders Feel Sore After Jump Rope?” Jumping rope is without doubt one of the best cardiovascular exercises you can possibly do. Don’t believe me? Try jumping rope for as long as most people typically do steady-state cardio. There’s no contest. However, I know … Read more

Why Do Shoulders Never Get Sore (After a Workout)?

Why Do Shoulders Never Get Sore

Who’s asked, “Why Do Shoulders Never Get Sore?” It’s a given that after leg day your legs are sore. Following back day you get DOMS in your lats, biceps, and forearms. And even your pecs and triceps are on fire following chest day. In fact, you can even feel your front delts after benching and … Read more

Why Can’t I Feel My Lats During Pull Ups? (5 Quick Fixes For Lats)

Why Can’t I Feel My Lats During Pull Ups

How many of you have asked, “Why Can’t I Feel My Lats During Pull Ups?” Pull ups are probably one of the best exercises for developing the lats and upper back. However, I would hazard a guess that a very high percentage of people complain that they never feel their lats during the movement. There … Read more

Where Should I Be Sore After Squats? (The 9 Muscle Groups Worked)

Where Should I Be Sore After Squats

Have you ever wondered, “Where Should I Be Sore After Squats?” The squat is typically viewed as the King of Lower Body Exercises. Actually, scrap that, squats are often said to be the King of ALL exercises. Squats work a number of the largest muscles in the body, as well as training the Central Nervous … Read more

Is Bench Press Enough For Triceps? (4 Factors to Consider)

Is Bench Press Enough For Triceps

Have you ever wondered, “Is Bench Press Enough For Triceps?” The bench press is often viewed as the king of upper body pressing exercises. (Although, I’d argue the case for the overhead press). And the triceps certainly get worked hard whenever you bench press. However, is this enough to be considered a good tricep workout, … Read more

Should You Use The Smith Machine For Squats? (4 Reasons Not To)

Should You Use The Smith Machine For Squats

It’s a question I see asked time-and-time again, “Should You Use The Smith Machine For Squats?” If I’m being completely honest this really does come down to personal preference. I’m not saying that you can’t use the Smith machine to squat, it’s just something that I will no longer do. In fact, the field is … Read more

Should Squats Be Done Fast or Slow? (5 Things You Should Know)

Should Squats Be Done Fast or Slow

Have you ever wondered, “Should Squats Be Done Fast or Slow?” I think we can all agree that squats are one of the greatest exercises ever. In terms of strength, muscle, power, and fat-burning there are few exercises better. Plus, whether you have a loaded barbell on your back or not, squats are one of … Read more

The Minimalist Exercise and Nutrition Program Review

The Minimalist Exercise and Nutrition Program Review

Welcome to The Minimalist Exercise and Nutrition Program Review. Are you someone who’s tried several diets over the years, but discovered that none of them provide long-lasting effects? Have you been exercising regularly, but have found that it doesn’t have any real impact on improving the shape of your body? Basically you’ve come to the … Read more

Should You Do Deadlifts and Bent Over Rows on the Same Day?

Should You Do Deadlifts and Bent Over Rows on the Same Day

Have you ever asked, “Should You Do Deadlifts and Bent Over Rows on the Same Day?” Both exercises are fantastic compound movements in their own right. They both work a number of muscle groups and are a great way to pack on strength and size. However, there is the worry of lower back issues or … Read more

Why Do Bent Over Rows Hurt My Lower Back? (4 Things to Work On)

Why Do Bent Over Rows Hurt My Lower Back

It’s a question I see over-and-over again – Why Do Bent Over Rows Hurt My Lower Back? There are few better exercises to strengthen and pack on size to the upper back. However, many people find that bent over rows cause a lot of stress to the lower back. In fact, I’ve known of people … Read more