• How Jordynne Grace Makes an IMPACT! in Pro Wrestling and Powerlifting

    How Jordynne Grace Makes an IMPACT! in Pro Wrestling and Powerlifting

    Jordynne Grace is a phenomenon. The 26-year-old from Austin, TX, (real name: Patricia Parker) has become a dual-sport superstar, winning titles in both professional wrestling and powerlifting. As one of the most recognizable stars currently running the ropes in IMPACT! Wrestling airing on AXS TV, “Thick Mama Pump” sat down with Muscle & Fitness to…
  • This 'Sleeveless' Workout will Shred Your Shoulders and Triceps

    This 'Sleeveless' Workout will Shred Your Shoulders and Triceps

    The “Sleeveless” duo of Don Saladino and Frank Sepe recently took to Instagram Live on the Muscle & Fitness IG page to share a shoulders and triceps workout, and they want you to take it for a spin as well. “There are so many different shoulder workouts. Today, we’re going to do a volume one,”…
  • Get Movin’ in all the Right Directions by Playin’ 'Dead'

    Get Movin’ in all the Right Directions by Playin’ 'Dead'

    The dead bug exercise is a silly name for any exercise, there’s no getting around that. The movement doesn’t appear to do anything that beneficial, which is why many lifter may shrug it off and ignore incorporating it into their routine. That’s a real shame because when the dead bug is performed correctly, it’s an…
  • 6 Best Trap Bar Exercises That Aren't Deadlifts or Shrugs

    6 Best Trap Bar Exercises That Aren't Deadlifts or Shrugs

    The trap bar was invented by Al Gerard back in the late 1980s as an easier way to do shrugs and that’s how the trap bar got its name. And who doesn’t like training the traps, the biceps of the upper back? A big pair of traps a like a cherry on top of a…
  • These 5 Partial ROM Exercises Will Get You Back To Full Strength

    These 5 Partial ROM Exercises Will Get You Back To Full Strength

    Back in the 1800s, strongmen used a partial range of motion (ROM) exercises to impress the crowds with their feats of strength. Those old-school, strongman show-offs knew they could lift more weight, but the enthusiastic crowds didn’t know. Then partial range of motion exercises became all the rage in the ‘70s when power racks became…
  • Get Gamer-Ready with this Performance Workout from Obi Vincent

    Get Gamer-Ready with this Performance Workout from Obi Vincent

    Whether you are a regular gymgoer who spends some much-needed downtime with a console, or perhaps you are a serious player looking to go pro, there’s no doubt that gaming is a sedentary affair. Now, fitness and mindset coach, Obi Vincent has teamed up with one of the UK’s largest broadband providers, EE, and the…
  • Up Your Bentover Row Game with These 3 Variations

    Up Your Bentover Row Game with These 3 Variations

    The barbell bentover row is the mack daddy of all the rowing variations. It strengthens your upper and lower back, shoulders, biceps, forearms, and grip. Plus, being in the hip-hinge position under load for time improves your lower and upper back endurance. Guess what that’s good for? You guessed it, your deadlift. If you have…
  • These Top 3 Resistance Band Exercises Will Improve Your Big 3 Lifts

    These Top 3 Resistance Band Exercises Will Improve Your Big 3 Lifts

    Increase your strength, power, and muscle-building potential without the stress of adding more plates with these top 3 barbell band exercises.
  • Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone With This Monday Challenge

    Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone With This Monday Challenge

    Andy, just, WHY??? Great question. I’ve explained these challenges before as a good way to ward off any boredom/monotony of daily training for the past 30-plus years. You may have read/heard me discuss my philosophy that the three most influential factors in your training progress are Consistency, Variety, and Uncomfortability. Consistency is the daily grind.…
  • Incorporate the Push Press to Give Your Strength Gains a Nudge

    Incorporate the Push Press to Give Your Strength Gains a Nudge

    The push press exercise is a better alternative to the overhead press for the majority of lifters and those with mobility issue. This will explain and guide you.through the movement.