Tag Archives: shoulders

GTS Tip: Band Pull-apart Tweaks to Fry Your Rear Delts

If you look at most gym bros who love to bench press you’ll notice one thing, imbalance. Most of these bros have anterior delts and pecs that overpower their neglected rear delts. This imbalance can lead to wrecked shoulders over time. The band pull-apart is a great exercise for any …

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The Half-Kneeling Press: Starting From The Bottom

Going back to square one can be a good thing. Starting over on a project can allow you to reset and rebuild to make things better. The same goes for building better movement patterns. Sometimes you have bring things back down to earth to build a better base leading to …

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Are You Cutting Your Push-ups Short?

Push-ups are an essential exercise for proper movement and health. At some point in your life you are going to need to push yourself up off the ground. Are you gonna be strong enough to press your weight up off the ground and stand up? In life you don’t have …

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Landmine Press: The Overhead Alternative

So you can’t lift your arms fully overhead without pain or compensation, so now what?? My first recommendation is to erase all overhead work from your workouts, or continue doing what you are doing until finally you can’t lift your arms overhead at all. Don’t worry though, there is an …

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