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Front foot elevated split squat

The Front Foot Elevated Split Squat: Execution, Benefits, and Common Mistakes

We all know about the Bulgarian Split Squat (also called the rear-foot-elevated split squat). But the BSS has a neglected younger sibling, the front-foot elevated split squat. It’s overlooked, underappreciated, and even unknown in many…

safety squat bar 101

Safety Squat Bar 101: Advantages, Applications, and Recommendations

What Is a Safety Squat Bar? A safety squat bar is a type of barbell originally made by powerlifters with a few key design differences. As the name suggests, these changes generally make the safety…

how to landmine row

How to Landmine Row: Technique, Benefits, and Three Variations

Full stop, the landmine row is one of the best rowing variations out there. No, it’s not better than the dumbbell row or barbell bent-over row, but I’d put it in the same class.  It…

Landmine Attachment Guide

Landmine Attachments Explained: Different Types, Uses, and Top Recommendations

“Landmine” exercises have become increasingly popular as we’ve realized that landmines can substitute for just about every major exercise. From landmine squats and lunges, to presses and rows, I’d argue (although I won’t today) that…