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Broad Jump Skip -- One Back

The agility ladder is a great tool for building agility and athleticism for sports. There are many different ways to develop this type of athleticism and coordination. This particular drill is great developing quick starts and stops.

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Target Muscle Groups: Legs


Broad Jump Two & Squat

The agility ladder is a great tool for building agility and athleticism for sports. There are many different ways to develop this type of athleticism and coordination. This drill is good for leg strength, endurance and coordination.

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Target Muscle Groups: Legs


Burpees

Burpees provide a full-body, bodyweight workout. Burpees can be performed almost anywhere and make a great conditioning exercise. Actually, burpees alone make a great workout. Perform burpees with other exercises to burn more fat and improve your endurance.

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Target Muscle Groups: Cardio-Respiratory System  |  Full Body


Cable "Figure 4" Hip Abduction -- Side-Lying

The cable hip abduction exercise strengthens the glutes and hip abductors. The cable hip abduction exercise develops stability in the hips and transfers easily to daily activities, such as walking and running. The cable and ankle attachment allows for smooth resistance to be placed on the glute medius. It is nearly impossible to cheat on this exercise.

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Target Muscle Groups: Hips & Buttocks


Cable Bent-Over Hip Extension -- Bench

The bent-over hip extension performed on a bench targets the glutes, hamstrings and improves core stability and balance. This is a highly challenging exercise and should be performed with resistance only after the basic variation has been mastered. You may perform this exercise on the floor and progress to the bench.

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Target Muscle Groups: Hips & Buttocks


Cable Crossover

The cable crossover is a great isolation exercise for the chest and anterior shoulder muscles. Cable crossovers are often paired with bench presses to achieve additional definition and growth (hypertrophy) in the chest muscles. You may adjust the height of the pulleys to change the angle of the resistance.

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Target Muscle Groups: Chest


Cable Dynamic Internal Rotation

The cable dynamic internal rotation is a great exercise for strengthening the rotator cuff muscles. This exercise helps prepare your rotator cuff muscles to decelerate the arm during movements such as a tennis forehand or the follow through of a baseball pitch.

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Target Muscle Groups: Shoulders


Cable External Rotation

The cable external rotation is a great exercise for strengthening the rotator cuff muscles. This exercise helps enhance shoulder stability as well.

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Target Muscle Groups: Shoulders


Cable EZ-Bar Biceps Curl

Cable curls performed with an EZ bar attachment strengthen the biceps and wrist flexors. The EZ bar reduces shearing forces on the wrist and provides a more comfortable grip than the straight bar attachment. Cable curls provide a smooth resistance throughout the entire range-of-motion (ROM). Variations include using a single handle and reverse EZ cable curls.

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Target Muscle Groups: Biceps


Cable High Pull

The cable high pull is a good upper body strength exercise for developing the medial deltoid and the trapezius.

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Target Muscle Groups: Back  |  Shoulders


Cable Hip Abduction -- Side-Lying

The cable hip abduction performed lying on your side is an effective exercise for the glutes, hip and outer thigh. The cable stack and ankle strap are available at many gyms. To do this exercise effectively try to lift you leg directly to the side without drifting forward or back. The hip abduction lying on your side can also be performed with a band or resistance tubing.

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Target Muscle Groups: Hips & Buttocks


Cable Hip Adduction -- Standing

The cable hip adduction exercise performed standing strengthens the hip adductors and core muscles. The hip adductors receive a lot of direct work during other exercises such as squats and leg presses. Therefore, you may not require the targeted strengthening of the hip adductors that the cable hip adduction provides. If muscle mass is not desired, you may perform the cable hip adduction exercise in place of squats and presses.

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Target Muscle Groups: Legs


Cable Hip Extension -- Standing

Cable hip extension standing targets the hip extensors (glutes, hamstrings) and core muscles. This exercise is a good alternative for squats and leg presses when isolation of the glutes is desired. Hip and ankle stabilizers are also challenged with the standing cable hip extension exercise. Maintain an upright posture and squeeze the glute muscles for peak-contraction.

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Target Muscle Groups: Hips & Buttocks


Cable Internal Rotation

The cable internal rotation is a great exercise for stabilizing and strengthening the rotator cuff muscles.

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Target Muscle Groups: Shoulders


Cable Kneeling Single Arm Push with Punch

The cable kneeling single arm push with punch is a great exercise for developing chest strength while engaging the abdominal muscles. Performing this exercise in a kneeling position provides more stability and control. This is a great exercise for developing upper body pushing strength.

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Target Muscle Groups: Abs & Core  |  Chest  |  Triceps