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Best Exercises to Target the Lower Chest – Expert Guide

Chest workouts need to include your lower chest as well as your upper chest. This can be a bit of a challenge because your lower chest has a fairly limited range of movement. The solution is to look for exercises which specifically engage the lower ...

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Best Front and Side Delt Exercises – Expert Guide

Your front and side delts are used in all kinds of exercises.  They’re obviously engaged in arm, chest and full-body movements, but they can also be engaged in back movements.  This means that strong front and side delts don’t just look good.  They ...

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Best Rear Delt Exercises [Expert Guide]

The rear delts are more like an extension of your back muscles rather than shoulder muscles.  They act as a dynamic stabilizer for the shoulder and are essential for good posture.  Weak rear delts are an injury risk, even if your front delts are ...

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Full Body Compound Workout [Expert Guide]

The basic idea behind full body compound workouts is that you target the whole body (as opposed to focusing on specific areas) and use exercises which target multiple muscles (as opposed to exercises which only target one specific muscle).  If you ...

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Best Snooker Cue [Uk Buyers Guide]

You can usually pick up a snooker cue anywhere there’s a public snooker table.  It might even be a decent one, but it won’t be yours and you won’t be able to take it away with you to practice at home (or anywhere else).  Investing in your own cue ...

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Best Rugby Boots [Uk Buyers Guide]

When you first start out in rugby, you can wear whatever outdoor sports shoes you have handy.  It’s best if they have spikes (for grip) but you can probably manage without.  Once you start playing properly, however, you’ll get a lot of benefit from ...

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Best Badminton Shoes [Uk Buyers Guide]

Racquet sports are all-body sports.  The energy you need to make the strokes comes from your feet and travels through your body and into your arm.  You also need to be able to move around the court.  In fact, in the case of badminton, you need to be ...

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Best Squash Racket [UK Buyers Guide]

Having the best squash racquet around won’t suddenly turn you into the best squash player around.  It will, however, help you to play the best squash game you can possibly play.  In practical terms, this means that, if you’re serious about the game, ...

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Best Squash Shoes [UK Buyers Guide]

When you first start to play squash, you will probably want to invest as little money as possible until you find out whether or not you want to take the game more seriously.  This means that for your first few games, it’s perfectly reasonable to ...

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How to get into Rugby – [Professional Guide]

If you’re thinking about how to get into rugby, the first question you have to answer is - what kind of rugby, league or union?  To understand and answer this question, you’ll need a bit of background on the subject. A brief history of ...

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How to get into Table Tennis – [Professional Guide]

Table tennis is what you get when you play ping pong for real.  At top level, it’s incredibly fast but still a load of fun.  The game has been popular for years in Asia both as a competitive sport and a recreational one.  In the UK, it’s still more ...

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How to get into Snooker – Pool

Snooker and pool are very different games which just happen to look broadly similar. In the UK, snooker is still the most popular of the two sports and it probably has the higher international following, but pool is big in the U.S. and Canada and is ...

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How to get into Tennis

At a recreational level, tennis is a fun way to keep fit, meet new people and catch up with old ones. At a professional level, tennis is a fast-paced trial of skill and nerve with huge rewards for those who can make it to the top. Finding a ...

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How to get into Cricket

Cricket is a sport which is massively popular in some countries and practically unknown in others. The UK is one of the countries where it is hugely popular, so there are plenty of opportunities for playing the game either recreationally or ...

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How to Get into Athletics (Not Long Distance Running)

Athletics is mostly running, but can also be jumping and throwing or a combination of all of the above. This means that regardless of your size or shape there is guaranteed to be something to suit you, plus the popularity of athletics means that ...

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How to Get into Running – Long Distance

Running is one of the UK’s most popular sports and one of its most popular leisure activities. Maybe it’s because it’s entertaining to watch, fun to do and very affordable. Maybe it’s because it allows people to cut down on their use of public ...

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How to Get into Swimming – [Professional Guide]

If you learned to swim when you were a child, then the chances are that you’ll still be able to master the basics as an adult (although your technique may be a bit rusty). If you’re an adult beginner, that’s fine too. It’s very easy to pick up the ...

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How to Get into Squash – [Professional Guide]

If you’re looking to pack a whole lot of exercise into a very short time and you want to have fun while you’re doing it, then squash could be the game for you. Be warned, proper squash games are very fast-moving and full-on. The good news for ...

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