how to perform the lying leg raise exercise https://www.getstrong.fit/Flat-Bench-Lying-Leg-Raise-How-To-Exercise-Guide/Exercises

This article will cover how you perform the Flat Bench Lying Leg Raise exercise.

We will include video, image and a written step by step description on how to do this exercise.

Its difficulty level, the equipment you need to do it. The different muscle groups that get worked when you perform it.

The benefits you get when adding it to your training routine. Also, some different training cues to use when you are performing it.

Step 1: Lie down on a weighted bench with your back flat on the bench and your legs extended in front of you off of the end.

Step 2: There are two different possible positions for your hands. 1) You can put your palms down under your glutes or 2) have your hands at the sides holding on to the bench.

You are now in the starting position.

Step 3: Keep your legs extended and as straight as possible exhale and raise your feet until your legs form a 90-degree angle with the floor. When your legs reach 90 degrees, squeeze your core and hold this position for one to two seconds.

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Step 1: To get into the starting position start by lying flat on your back. Now bend your arms and place them on the ground by your ears with the forearms vertical to the floor. Bend your knees and bring your feet in towards your butt. Drive through your hips and press through your shoulders and triceps raising your body off of the floor.

Step 2: Now extend your elbows pressing your body up pushing your head through your arms until your arms are nearing lockout.

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how to perform the stability ball pike exercise https://www.getstrong.fit/Swiss-Ball-Pike-How-To-Exercise-Guide/Exercises

Step by Step Description

Step 1: Move to the start position by placing your calves and the tops of your sneakers onto the top of a swiss ball. Place the palms of your hands on the floor directly under your shoulders. Tighten your Core, Quads, Butt and pull your shoulders down and back.

The easiest way to move into this position is to stand in front of the stability ball. Lean over the ball, so your stomach is resting on it. Place your hands on the floor and walk your hands away from the ball.

Your body should now form a straight line from your shoulders to your heels.

Step 2: Keep your legs as straight as you can (remember to keep squeezing your quadriceps). Now bend at the hips and try to pull your feet towards the chest allowing the ball to roll forwards.

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how to perform the Stability Ball Knee Tuck https://www.getstrong.fit/Stability-Ball-Knee-Tucks-How-To-Exercise-Guide/Exercises

If you are looking to strengthen your core and burn some calories at the same time, try out the Stability Ball Knee Tucks exercise today.

This article will cover everything you need to know to add and correctly execute Stability Ball Knee Tucks into your training routine.

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how to perform the swiss ball plank exercise https://www.getstrong.fit/Your-Swiss-Ball-Plank-How-To-Exercise-Guide/Exercises

This article will cover everything you need to know to add and properly execute the Swiss Ball Plank into your training routine.

This article will include a video, image and a written step by step description on how to do this exercise.

Its difficulty level, the equipment you need to do it. The different muscle groups that get worked when you use this exercise.

The benefits you get when adding it to your training routine. Also, some different training cues to use when you are performing it.

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how to perform the One-Arm Kettlebell Push Press Exercise https://www.getstrong.fit/Kettlebell-Push-Press-Exercise-Guide/Exercises

This article will cover the different aspects of the Kettlebell Push Press exercise.

Before moving to this exercise, you should be able to perform the traditional overhead press with proper technique.

The Push-press is also a useful lift to learn before you try to progress to the more advanced Push-Jerk movement.

This lift is a functional compound movement placing significant tension on your upper body, core and legs.

People training in sports commonly use this exercise. The movement focuses on what gets referred to as the "Power Zone(hip flexors, hip extensors (glutes and hamstrings), spinal erectors, and quadriceps.)"

You can also push with both hands or only one.

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how to perform the Gorilla Chin Crunch Exercise https://www.getstrong.fit/Gorilla-Chin-Crunch-How-to-Exercise-Guide/Exercises

Looking to work on your back, biceps and build a strong core than the Gorilla Chin Crunch is the exercise for you.

We will cover everything you need to know for adding the Gorilla Chin Crunch into your training routine.

This article will include a video, image and a written step by step description on how to do this exercise.

Its difficulty level, the equipment you need to do it. The different muscle groups that get worked when you use this exercise.

The benefits you get when adding it to your training routine. Also, some different training cues to use when you are performing it.

Before moving to this exercise, you should be able to perform at least five repetitions of Chin-ups and knee raises. If you are not at that level yet, you need to spend some time building your strength with the basic compound movements(pull-ups, chin-ups, bent over row, planks, knee raises, etc.).

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how to perform the Typewriter Push-Up https://www.getstrong.fit/Typewriter-Push-Up-How-To-Exercise-Guide/Exercises

We will cover everything you need to know for adding the Typewriter Push-Up into your training routine.

This article will include a video, image and a written step by step description on how to do this exercise.

Its difficulty level, the equipment you need to do it. The different muscle groups that get worked when you use this exercise.

The benefits you get when adding it to your training routine. Also, some different training cues to use when you are performing it.

This lift uses a complicated movement pattern for most people who are just starting to use this lift. Do not worry if you can not perform it at first. Just keep practicing, and slowly you will gain the balance required to complete this exercise.

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how to perform the Barbell Preacher Curl exercise https://www.getstrong.fit/Barbell-Preacher-Curl-How-To-Exercise-Guide/Exercises

This article will cover how you perform the Barbell Preacher Curl exercise. This lift gets classified as an isolation(single joint movement) strength training exercise.

This article will include video, image and a written step by step description on how to do this exercise.

Its difficulty level, the equipment you need to do it. The different muscle groups that get worked when you use this exercise.

The benefits you get when adding it to your training routine. Also, some different training cues to use when you are performing it.

Before adding this movement to your training, you should build up your strength with heavy compound movements like rowing, pull-up, and chin-ups.

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how to perform the Front Cable Raise exercise https://www.getstrong.fit/Front-Cable-Raise-How-To-Exercise-Guide/Exercises

Step by Step Description

Step 1: Select the weight you plan to use and put the single hand cable attachment on the low pulley machine. Use your left hand and grab the pulley hand attachment. Stand straight and face away from the pulley with your arm straight down beside your body. Have your hand in front of the left thigh. Use an overhand grip, so the palm of your hand is facing toward you.

You are now in the starting position.

Step 2: Keep your upper body stationary(do not let your body swing) Exhale and lift your left arm up in front of your (you palm should always be facing down). Continue raising your arm until it is just above parallel to the floor and pause.

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