low back dumbbell exercises

Top 9 Low Back Dumbbell Exercises & Workout

You don’t need a barbell to build a thicker, stronger back.  Today, we’re looking at the best low back dumbbell exercises you can use to build mass and strength with dumbbells.  We’ll be using some of the unique properties of dumbbells and getting great variety, so let’s jump into it.  How Your Lower Back Works

dumbbell chest fly alternatives

Top 5 Dumbbell Chest Fly Alternatives That Work

When you start going to the gym, you do the basics: squat, bench, dumbbell presses, and the dreaded dumbbell chest flyes. Chest flyes tend to hurt your shoulders, the form is hard to maintain, and they’re unbearably humbling! So, let us look at some replacements that’ll do the job just as well.  * Note! If

landmine leg exercises

Top 7 Landmine Leg Exercises for Lower Body Workout

Landmine exercises are a fantastic way to utilize a T-bar attachment. The most common landmine exercises target the back and shoulders. In this article, we will be looking at seven landmine leg exercises that you can add to your training program. Landmine Leg Exercises For all of these exercises, you are going to need a

best lunges alternatives

Top 5 Better Alternatives to Lunges for Bad Knees

It is estimated that a staggering 25% of all adults suffer from some kind of knee pain or instability. With that in mind, should you do lunges if you have bad knees? And if not, what is a good alternative for lunges? Let’s find out.  1. Single Leg Press When looking at what the lunge trains, it

best step up exercise alternatives

Top 5 Step Up Alternative Exercises

If you are looking for exercises that target the glutes, hamstrings, and quadriceps as effectively as step-ups, you are in the right place. This blog shows you some step-up alternatives that will challenge your muscles, keep your workout routine interesting, and could be a better choice for you. We love to keep you safe and

single dumbbell exercises

One-Dumbbell Workout: 9 Single Dumbbell Exercises You Should Do

You don’t need anything to get in shape, build muscle, or lose fat. If you have a healthy body and enough space to raise your arms overhead, you can transform your body and health. Today, though, we’re not discussing bodyweight workouts. We’re looking at a one-dumbbell workout and what you can do with a single dumbbell to

trap bar deadlift alternatives

Top 7 Trap Bar Deadlift Alternatives

The trap bar deadlift is a hip-dominant exercise that targets the glutes, hamstrings, and lower back muscles. These posterior-chain muscles are vital for explosive movements like sprints and jumps. No surprise this is an excellent addition to many strength and conditioning programs. The trap bar deadlift is a shoulder-friendly variant, but it’s not the only

incline bench press alternatives

Top 7 Incline Bench Press Alternatives For Upper Chest

The incline bench press targets the upper chest muscles, with both shoulders and triceps helping. While the exercises suggested below target the same (or similar) muscles, each movement is unique and offers different benefits. In the event of current or past injuries that ordinarily make the exercises difficult to perform, simple modifications in training can

lower chest dumbbell exercises

Lower Chest Workout with Dumbbell Exercises

Building a big ‘ol chest that hangs is among the goals of every gym bro in existence, and for a good reason – it looks awesome! That said, it might be easier said than done, especially when you only have a pair of dumbbells.  Let’s look at the 5 best lower pec exercises you can do with