These simple stability exercises accomplish two things at once.
Immobile joints can lead to trouble down the road, increasing your risk of injury and hindering your range of motion in exercises like the squat and lunge.
Lighter weights target the small muscles that stabilize your joints -- muscles that get overpowered by larger ones when you use heavier weights.
Moving sideways is overlooked in many fitness regimens.
It's called an iso-shoulder runner, and here's why you need to add it to your routine today.
Learn more than three-dozen workouts in just two minutes.
These movements will spur new growth and improve mobility from head to toe.
They reduce your stability, forcing every muscle from your shoulders to your hips to "turn on" the entire time.
Movement challenges big energy-consuming muscles like your quads, glutes, abs, shoulders and pecs.
We guarantee you've never used a barbell like this before.