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    How to do a Hip Hinge Movement Exercise

    Labelled the most important biomechanical joint action to learn, the hip hinge is an extremely important exercise to add to your repertoire. It plays a significant role in keeping your spine safe when lifting and can help decrease your chance of injury.

    How to do Overhead Shoulder Press with Resistance Bands

    The overhead shoulder press is a great upper body movement to target your deltoids as well as a lot of the other upper body muscles.

    How to do Tricep Extensions with Resistance Bands

    With triceps making up a whopping two thirds of your arms, if you want to grow your arms, adding these in will certainly help.

    How to do Upright Rows with Resistance Bands

    The banded upright row is a great shoulder exercise to add into your routine. This exercise is great for beginners to strengthen the shoulders, and great for intermediate to advanced athletes as a warm up or burn out.

    How to do Bicep Curls with Resistance Bands

    The resistance band bicep curl is a great way to strengthen your biceps without using a barbell or dumbbells. For that reason this is a great exercise for beginners or anyone with an injury or weak wrists.

    How to do Banded Pull Aparts for a strong Upper Back

    Banded pull aparts are a great minimal equipment exercise to help strengthen your upper back. They’re incredibly important and belong in every upper body day routine, whether that be as a warm up, superset with a compound movement or a burnout at the end of your session.

    Planking: What is it good for? Absolutely everything!

    Planking - The one exercise which needs absolutely no equipment and can be performed just about anywhere you can make space.

    How to do Standing Calf Raises with just your bodyweight

    Often undervalued, calf muscles are crucial for your daily well-being. Think about it - your lower body takes a lot of weight from the upper body regularly. One of the primary muscles helping you to walk, run and even drive - are your calves.

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