Split-stance kettlebell deadlifts are the ultimate solution for training heavy deadlifts at home. I’ll show you how to do them properly. I added a little deadlift workout at the end that really challenges your posterior chain.
“Why should I train stupid rows? I do pull-ups, they’re way harder.”
“I don’t have any equipment to do this exercise.”
“Rows are boring.”
If you can identify with any of the statements above, this article is for you. Hopefully, at the end of the article, you’ll be like:
“Rows are awesome. How can I do more of these?”
The start of a new year is the time when people make all kinds of promises to themselves. You commit yourself to eating super healthy food everyday, you stop smoking, run 2 times a week, go to the gym 4 times a week and you’ll start with Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine Workout because that is how you were born to look like.
You immerse yourself in all those good intentions for a week and then you get back to your old life. Rinse and repeat that every year.
Let’s stop that now.
This time, we dive into things like combining bodyweight training with equipment like the barbell or a TRX suspension trainer. I also give hints as to how you should start your bodyweight progressions.