If you’re not already doing them, add these exercises to your regimen. They can be performed virtually anywhere.
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Pullup Strength training is an important component of athletic performance improvement, along with sport-specific skill development; nutrition; rest and recovery; and mental preparation. And, while traditional weight lifting exercises should be part of every athlete’s strength and conditioning program, don’t ignore or underestimate the impact that body-weight exercises can have on your development.
Here are 3 of our favorite body-weight exercises:
- Pullups work the entire upper body and — performed correctly — lead to improvements in strength. If you can’t (yet) do a pullup, use a TRX, band, or spotter to assist. Beginners can also start with the lat pulldown exercise.
- Pushups are another great upper-body exercise, because they engage the chest, shoulders, back, and arms. Master the basics first, then modify the exercise by placing medicine balls under your hands, use the TRX, elevate your feet, experiment with different hand positions, wear a weighted vest, or…
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