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Exercise Guide: Best Exercises for Men & Women


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Grip ExercisesGrip ExercisesBest Foot and Ankle ExercisesBest Foot and Ankle ExercisesBest Calf ExercisesBest Calf ExercisesBest Hamstring ExercisesBest Hamstring ExercisesBest Legs and Butt ExercisesBest Core ExercisesBest Core ExercisesBest Forearms ExercisesBest Forearms ExercisesBest Biceps ExercisesBest Biceps ExercisesBest Triceps ExercisesBest Triceps ExercisesBest Shoulder ExercisesBest Shoulder ExercisesBest Traps ExercisesBest Back ExercisesBest Lower Back ExercisesBest Neck ExercisesBrain ExercisesBest Foot and Ankle ExercisesBest Calf ExercisesShin ExercisesBest Foot and Ankle ExercisesBest Calf ExercisesShin ExercisesLeg ExercisesLeg ExercisesGrip ExercisesGrip ExercisesBest Forearms ExercisesBest Forearms ExerciseBest Triceps ExercisesBest Triceps ExercisesBest Biceps ExercisesBest Biceps ExercisesPelvic Floor Exercises for MenBest Lower Ab ExercisesBest Ab ExercisesBest Oblique ExercisesBest Oblique ExercisesBest Chest ExercisesBest Shoulder ExercisesBest Shoulder ExercisesBrain ExercisesFace ExercisesBest Neck Building ExercisesBest Traps ExercisesBest Traps Exercises


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Best Forearm Exercises for WomenBest Forearm exercises for WomenToning Triceps ExercisesToning Triceps ExercisesBest Shoulder Exercises for WomenBest Shoulder Exercises for WomenBest Forearm Exercises for WomenBest Forearm Exercises for WomenBest Biceps Exercises for WomenBest Biceps Exercises for WomenGrip ExercisesGrip ExercisesBest Lower Abs Exercises for WomenBest Pelvic Floor Exercises for WomenBest Oblique Exercises for WomenBest Oblique Exercises for WomenBest Abs Exercises for WomenBest Chest Exercises for WomenBest Shoulder Exercises for WomenBest Shoulder Exercises for WomenNeck and Upper Back Exercises for WomenBest Thigh Exercises for WomenBest Thigh Exercises for WomenBest Foot and Ankle ExercisesBest Foot and Ankle ExercisesBest Calf Exercises for WomenBest Calf Exercises for WomenShin ExercisesShin ExercisesBest Foot and Ankle Exercises for WomenBest Foot and Ankle Exercises for WomenBest Calf Exercises for WomenBest Calf Exercises for WomenBest Thigh Exercises for WomenBest Thigh Exercises for WomenBest Butt Exercises for WomenTop 5 Love Handle ExercisesTop 5 Love Handle ExercisesBest Back Exercises for WomenBrain ExercisesNeck and Upper Back Exercises for WomenFace ExercisesBrain Exercises


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How to Use Ask The Trainer Exercise Information

The above anatomy chart is the gateway to all the informational articles about resistance training exercise. By clicking on any body part you will be taken to the page with the muscle group’s exercise information. You can return to this page at any time by clicking on the icon on the left navbar. In addition to clicking on the body part, you can click on any of the exercise equipment to learn about exercising with them.

When you get to an exercise information page you first find some general information about resistance training for the body part/muscle group. You will then find the important information regarding the anatomy involved with exercising that body part. The anatomy information includes relevant references to the muscles involved as well as the joints, potential contraindications and more.

Finally after all the initial information you will find descriptions of the best and most relevant exercises for that body part or piece of equipment along with free exercise videos of a client being trained and instructed by a certified personal trainer. Each exercise video is accompanied by a step-by-step instruction guide to performing the exercise properly.

Step-by-Step Exercise Instruction Guide

Start: The optimal place and position to be before starting the exercise as well as the orientation in which to put your body to start the exercise. Putting yourself in the proper and optimal position before you start any exercise is a big part of performing proper exercise form.

Begin the motion: Instructions how to properly perform each rep of the exercise starting with the transition from the static start position to the initial movement. This section includes the bulk of the important exercise form tips about the motion of each exercise. You will find information not limited to where to position your body parts, how to breath properly and the tempo at which to perform the movement.

Modifications: Ways you can modify each exercise to either mold them to better suit your body type or make them progressively more difficult. This section will detail the most natural progressions for the beginner to advanced exerciser.


Exercise Information for Men & Women

Articles About Exercising Specific Muscle Groups & More

Articles About Working Out With Specific Fitness Equipment & More


More Exercise Information Resources to Check Out

  • Free Exercise Videos Free exercise videos along with written descriptions without as much scientific exercise information.
  • Functional Muscle Anatomy Learn about the most important skeletal muscles in the human body and how they relate to your movement.
  • GetBodySmart.com Interactive in-depth Animations of the Body’s Anatomy & Physiology