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46 yo Wrestling Coach Lifts 137kg – Strength Endurance Training for Athletes (with EN SUBS)

46 yo Wrestling Coach Lifts 137kg – Strength Endurance Training for Athletes (with EN SUBS)

Stephanos Anagnostopoulos, wrestling coach and former champion, has been practicing a strength endurance workout routine for athletes for the last two years Strength endurance refers to the ability of the body to resist fatigue with a relatively high burden and long duration. Stefanos is 46 years old and 97 pounds. His workout routine can be followed by athletes of all ages and sexes who want to increase their muscular endurance. It does not fit all sports, except weightlifting and rhythmic…

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10 Basic Strength Exercises You Should Know

10 Basic Strength Exercises You Should Know

Welcome to Calisthenic Movement. My name is Alex. And in this video, I show you 10 basic strength exercises. Let’s start with the first exercise, the Scapular Raise or Scapular Raise Hold. This exercise focuses on your back. It looks easy on the first view, but is very hard if you perform it correctly. You hang on a bar, let your arms straight and pull your shoulder blades down and together. With this exercise, you activate your lats, trapezius and…

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Stiff Legged Dumbbell Deadlift – Legs / Glutes Exercise – Bodybuilding.com

Stiff Legged Dumbbell Deadlift – Legs / Glutes Exercise – Bodybuilding.com

Hold a couple of dumbbells by your side. Stand up straight with your legs spaced apart about shoulder width. Your knees should be slightly bent. This will be your starting position. Keep your knees stationary and back straight. Now exhale and lower the dumbbells over the top of your feet by flexing your hips and setting your butt back. Keep moving forward as if you were going to pick something up from the floor. Continue this motion until you feel…

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Bodybuilding Mother-of-four Juggles Family And Firefighting

Bodybuilding Mother-of-four Juggles Family And Firefighting

COMM: Forty-year-old Lorna Biggam is a competitive bodybuilder and that’s not all, she’s also a full-time firefighter and a mum to four kids. LORNA: If I can motivate and inspire other females into the sport then that would be a massive achievement as well. COMM: Lorna only started bodybuilding a few years ago, but has taken the male dominated sport by storm. LORNA: I started bodybuilding competitively in 2012 when I did my first show six months after I started…

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Reverse Crunch – Abs / Core Exercise – Bodybuilding.com

Reverse Crunch – Abs / Core Exercise – Bodybuilding.com

Lie on your back on a mat with your knees bent and your hands to your side. Lift your legs and bend your knees to 90 degrees. This will be your starting position. Now pull your knees in toward your chest and hold as you exhale. Slowly lower your legs back to the starting position as you inhale. Remember, don’t use momentum to swing your legs up. Try to keep the motion controlled by your abdominals.

Body You Want – Gym Workout Programs With Full Exercise Journal

Body You Want – Gym Workout Programs With Full Exercise Journal

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Leg Press – Leg Exercise – Bodybuilding.com

Leg Press – Leg Exercise – Bodybuilding.com

To perform this exercise, sit down at the leg press machine and place your legs on the platform directly in front of you with a shoulder-width stance. Lower the safety bar holding the weighted platform in place, and press the platform until your legs are fully extended in front of you. Do not lock your knees. This will be your starting position. Now, inhale and slowly lower the platform until your upper and lower legs form a 90-degree angle. Now,…

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