Nathaniel Sasser

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The One Thing You're Not Doing Enough of at the Gym

Pushups shouldn't be the only time you hit the floor. The key to a better body may be at your feet<p>At the gym, you probably see guys doing crunches or foam rolling on the ground. But apart from that, how many guys are actually <i>training on the floor?</i><p>Nowadays, the majority of trainees seem to have some …

The six mistakes derailing your health and fitness goals

There is nothing worse than working hard and still not succeeding. It is one thing not to reach your health and wellness goals if you are eating fries every day and skipping workouts, but it is extremely frustrating to give it your all and strike out.<p>Believe me, I get it. I have broken down in …

Weight Loss

Why Every Man Should Lift Weights

Every passing year brings more reason for the mature man to pick up a barbell. And press it. And lower it. Repeat<p>Indulge us for a moment by flexing your right arm.<p>Assuming you have an average build—and trust us, you do—your arm is packing about 5 pounds of muscle. It represents nearly 10 percent of …

Build Your Chest with Just 3 Exercises

Try this intense new way to shred your upper body<p>Want to elevate your pushup game? Try this compound progression—a combination of exercises that targets the same muscle group with a few different moves.<p>Each pushup variation in this progression will work your chest in a slightly different way. …

Make Your Arms Burn with This 6-Exercise Circuit

Broil your shoulders, chest, biceps, and triceps without lifting a single weight<p>The pushup is the consummate bodyweight exercise: You need stability from head to toe to hold the position, and “you have to rely on every muscle in your chest, back, and arms to work in unison—which is why it starts to …

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