How to Train Your Leg Muscles: Exercises & Workout

Leg muscle exercises and workout

Your legs hold some of the largest and strongest muscles in your body. They provide your base of support and your means of transportation, and are as such paramount in all sports and activities where you stand on two feet. In terms of muscle symmetry, your leg muscles round out your physique by giving you … Read more

How to Train Your Glute Muscles: Exercises & Workout

Glute training exercise workout

“Don’t judge a person’s strength by looking at their arms. Look at their butt!” Your gluteal muscles, or simply glutes, are one of your largest and strongest muscle groups. The glutes have long been eye-catching symbols of youth, virility, and also – strength. Since the glutes sit at the center of your body, they are … Read more

How to Train Your Front Delts: Exercises & Workout

Front delt muscle training

Your front delts, or anterior deltoids, is the front part of your shoulder muscle. It originates on your clavicle, inserts on your humerus (upper arm bone), and aids your chest muscles in flexing and internally rotating your shoulder. In this article, you will learn about front delt muscle anatomy, what some effective front delt exercises … Read more

How to Train Your Core Muscles: Exercises & Workout

Core muscle training

“Strong limbs on a weak core is like trying to fire a cannon from a canoe.” Your core muscles form the foundation of everything else you do. Together, your core muscles bend, extend, rotate, and stabilize your body. Any time you create force or movement with your legs or arms, your core is where it … Read more

How to Train Your Forearm Flexors and Grip: Exercises & Workout

Forearm flexors and grip muscles

Your forearms and hands contain around fifty different muscles. Together, these muscles create the dexterity, strength, and endurance of your hands. In this article, you will learn about the muscles in your forearm that flexes your wrist and fingers. You will learn about their muscle anatomy, what some effective exercises are, and how you can … Read more

How to Train Your Hip Abductor Muscles: Exercises & Workout

Hip abduction muscles exercises

Your hip abductors are a group of muscles on the outside of your hip, whose main function is to abduct (bring apart) your thighs. The abductor muscles can also rotate your thigh internally and externally, extend and flex your hip, as well as stabilize your pelvis and trunk when standing on one leg. In this … Read more

How to Train Your Hip Adductor Muscles: Exercises & Workout

Hip adduction muscles exercises

Your hip adductors are a group of muscles on the inside of your thigh, whose main function is to adduct (bring together) your thighs. Some of your adductor muscles also flex or extend your hip, as well as stabilize your pelvis and trunk when standing on one leg. In this article, you will learn about … Read more

How to Train Your Lower Back Muscles: Exercises & Workout

Lower back muscles

Your lower back muscles sit in and around your lumbar region. They are at the center of much of your movements and make your lower back both strong and flexible. In this article, you will learn about your lower back muscle anatomy, what some effective lower back exercises are, and how you can combine them … Read more

How to Train Your Lateral Delts: Exercises & Workout

Lateral deltoid muscle training

Your lateral delts, or lateral deltoids, is the middle part of your shoulder muscle. It originates on the acromion of your shoulder blade and inserts on your humerus (upper arm bone). Its main functions are to abduct your shoulder, as well as keep your arm in place when you are lifting or carrying heavy loads. In this article, you … Read more

How to Train Your Rear Delts: Exercises & Workout

Rear delt muscle training

Your rear delts, or posterior deltoids, is the back part of your shoulder muscle. It originates on the spine of your shoulder blade and inserts on your humerus (upper arm bone). It aids your lats in extending your shoulder, and also externally rotates your shoulder, together with infraspinatus and teres minor of your rotator cuff. In this article, … Read more