The pull is generally the easier part of the machine to perform in comparison to the push. Just cause it's easier, doesn't mean it doesn't have its challenges. Particularly the initial pull when lifting the weights. Most people treat it like an actual pull, where they...

The push is a tricky one. It trips up so many people, because they rely on brute strength. But the push is not solely about brute strength. Yes, it helps to have it, but proper technique and positioning trumps strength (if you want a full tutorial...

When it comes to simulating the push/pull machine, it's easier to simulate the pull compared to simulating the push. In this post, I'll cover how you can use bands to replicate the pull. Check out the video below: https://youtu.be/1wns4WhcrnI If you need to refer on the technical aspects...

The push/pull machine is a unique piece of equipment. There's nothing else like it, and there's nothing that simulates the feel of the machine. The only way to get better at it, is to practice on the machine itself. Which presents a challenge. How does one...

Of the two tasks you perform on the machine, the pull is the easiest (unless you're a 100 lbs lightweight, it could be a struggle). That doesn't mean there are no challenges to it. I've seen plenty of people still mess up the pull. One of those...

The push is deceptively hard. You don't realize how challenging it is until you've done it, especially after running 6 laps of the course. The mistake many people make is to think the push is simply an upper body exercise. They rely on their arms and...