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    How to do a Side Lateral Raise Exercise with Resistance Bands at home

    Side lateral raises are one of the most effective movements for shoulder (delt) growth. They form a staple for every push or shoulder focused day, and this variant is great for home workouts.

    How to do a Split Squat

    A Split Squat is similar to the Bulgarian Split Squat but without the elevation of the backwards foot and is one of the best compound movements you can do

    How to do Backward Lunges at Home Exercise

    The great thing about lunges, and specifically the backwards lunge, is that they transfer amazingly to sporting performance. Strengthening your glutes in this way is a great way to improve your power output in sprints, and much more.

    How to do Face Pulls with a Resistance Band at Home

    Face Pulls with a Resistance Band. Didn't think you could do it? Charlotte walks you through step by step so you can introduce this routine into your home workouts

    How to do a Bulgarian Split Squat

    The Bulgarian split squat is a great exercise for both the quads and glutes, depending on the way the exercise is performed. Similar to the regular split squat, the Bulgarian variation is a single leg squat variation where the back foot is elevated.

    Scientifically Backed Ways to Grow your Back

    Aesthetically the back can play a huge part in how you feel, look and your overall strength. It's your shield of course.

    How to do Leg Extensions with Resistance Bands at Home

    The banded leg extension is a great way to mix up your leg days. For beginners this is a great exercise to add into your routine and for more advanced lifters this is a great exercise to add as a superset with another quad isolation move. It can also be used as a quad activation movement to do before a workout.

    Progressive Overload: Training for Growth

    Progressive overload is one of the most important components of training. It is also most people's biggest worry when they have to train from home. So, how can you progressively overload with minimal equipment?

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