TRAINING IN THE HALL
A second of relaxation can lead to serious injury, so that this does not happen with you, you must adhere to these safety rules:
Always warm up. Warming up is a necessary condition for warming up the muscles and preparing the body for the upcoming loads. It is especially important to warm up in cold weather.
Learn the technique of doing the exercises. Continue reading
LIFTING KNEES AT THE PRESS
Lift knees exercise allows you to focus on the lower abdominals. This exercise will allow you to improve the shape and prepare the abdominal muscles for further more serious loads.
Do not forget that the abdominal muscles are involved in the implementation of any strength exercises and help to maintain balance. Therefore, knee lifts in the simulator will not only improve the strength, shape and appearance of your abdomen, but also contribute to the progress in strength exercises and those sports where good coordination of movements plays an important role. Continue reading
The rear beam of deltas is traditionally considered the most difficult to pump. Most of the exercises for pumping the delta, as a rule, load the front and middle beams, almost without using the rear delta, which can lead to imbalances in shoulder development. Dilution of dumbbells in the slope is actually the only exercise that allows you to work with maximum efficiency on the volume and relief of the “lagging behind” back delta head.
In addition, the regular performance of dilutions in the slope will contribute to progress in such sports as wrestling, volleyball, tennis, swimming, gymnastics, rowing and many others. Continue reading
WORKOUT BEFORE TRAINING
And indeed, most visitors to the gyms neglect to perform a full-fledged warm-up before training, at best they will sit down a couple of times and hang on the bar a little. If you pay attention to mother nature, we note that only the awakened cat, wide-eyed, slowly and gracefully pulls out all four paws, and, rising, arches the back of the arc so that after a few moments take the raised pelvis backwards, simultaneously pressing the body to the ground. With these simple movements, the animal prepares each muscle, ligament and tendon for further action. Continue reading
HIMPERS HANDLES ON THE BENCH TILT DOWN
Like a barbell bench press with a downward slope, the dumbbell bencher shifts the stress on the lower pectoral muscles, thereby contributing to their growth and development. Of course, it is safer to really lift large weights in the form of pancakes hung on the barbell, but, compared with the barbell, dumbbells allow you to work with a greater amplitude of movement. And as a result: the muscles contract even more, which can not but contribute to their enhanced growth.
The dumbbell bench press with a downward incline “cuts” the bottom and the outer part of the pectoral muscles, which gives them a more distinct and pronounced form. Continue reading