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Yates Row

How to do a Yates Row: Step by Step, Benefits, and Drawbacks

What the Heck Is a Yates Row? Here we go again with the undescriptive exercise names. The Yates row is a barbell bent-over row, but with your hands supinated (palms facing up). That’s basically it.…

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. Like many youngest siblings, it’s overlooked, underappreciated,…

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 A safety squat bar is a type of barbell originally made by powerlifters with a few key design differences.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…