Muscular strength is key for speed, power and athletic performance and elite athletes regularly perform workouts with the goal to improve their strength. When not pushing, pulling or lifting external weight in the form of barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells and med balls, the pros employ bodyweight exercises to effectively target the muscles used in competition.
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The Split Squat is a powerful exercise due to its ability to build stability and strength in a unilateral stance. These are key components of athletic...
By: Mitch Gill
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By: Gavin McHale
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By: J.T. Kotowski
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Latest Videos in Bodyweight Exercises
CTown CrossFit Coach Mitch Lowry demonstrates a no-equipment 2-exercise workout to easily perform at home or on-the-go. Lowry's "Shorter Quarters" workout incorporates Burpees and Air Squats for a quick bodyweight high-intensity challenge.
Increase leg strength and flexibility with the help of Staff Sergeant Ken Weichert and the National Guard.
Increase upper body strength with the help of Staff Sergeant Ken Weichert and the National Guard.
Increase your power and conditioning with the help of Staff Sergeant Ken Weichert and the National Guard.
Improve your Push-Up potential with the help of Staff Sergeant Ken Weichert and the National Guard.