The farmer’s walk is a fundamental muscular endurance movement that overloads your grip while teaching correct posture.
The pushup-position plank helps activate your transverse abdominis, reducing spinal injury risk during other movements.
As a dynamic movement, the one- or two-handed kettlebell swing offers a unique opportunity to train speed-strength-endurance with minimal injury risk.
Pushups are the quintessential body weight muscular endurance exercise. They’re also a part of countless physical fitness standards.
When it comes to classic bodyweight movements, pullups and chinups are the bodyweight pulling counterpart to pushups.
Whether or not you can do a pullup, the bodyweight inverted row is a more scalable exercise that offers additional benefits as a horizontal upper body pulling movement.
Kettlebell crush curls are a phenomenal exercise to recruit and fatigue fibers in your grip muscles, forearms, biceps, and more.
For healthy shoulders and good posture, your middle trapezius, rhomboids, and rotator cuff muscles need to be active and strong, with plenty of endurance.
One-arm supported dumbbell rows are a bodybuilding favorite because they allow you to fatigue all the muscles of your upper and mid-back with minimal injury risk.
Romanian deadlifts with dumbbells or a barbell are one of the best exercises to build strong, healthy glutes.