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5 Types of Lifting Gear to Help you Get Your Gains

5 Types of Lifting Gear to Help you Get Your Gains

Look, the gear doesn’t make the lifter, but if you’re going to the gym, some gear might be the extra support you're looking for to get those extra gains and break your plateau. 

Here is a guide to 5 pieces of equipment to help you at the gym: 

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The Ultimate Recovery and Adaptation Checklist

The Ultimate Recovery and Adaptation Checklist

If you’re here, you probably know the sore feeling after going hard at the gym. So, if you’re wanting to continue with your gains, there’s going to be something you need to learn. Recovery from your training is important. First a little background. When lifting weights, we carry out a training stimulus on our body. After this stimulus, our bodies need time to recover and adapt, a process known as...

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At Home Legs and Booty Work out with @iamalphafemale

At Home Legs and Booty Work out with @iamalphafemale

Hey everyone. We all know the situation by now and since the gym is no longer an option we need to look for other options. Here is one from @iamfemalealpha. She'll walk you through a quick banded workout. Lunges 4x15 (1 min rest) Jump Squats 4x15 (1 min rest) Side Steps 4x15 (1 min rest) Kick Backs 4x15 (1 min rest)

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Pumped Up Pecs

Pumped Up Pecs

The pectoralis muscle, more commonly known in the lifting community as “pecs”, makes up the bulk of the chest. The muscle consists of four parts - the pectoralis major, pectoralis minor, serratus anterior and subclavius. Together they connect the front of the chest with the upper arm and shoulder and their primary functions are rotating the humerus, abduction and flexion. In simpler terms - the pecs are a noticeable part...

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