What prevents to do fitness: 5 popular excuses
Excuse number 1: I'm tired Work, family, dog, traffic jams, queues in shops and standing at the stove ... After such feats, you only want to take the pose “on…

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DRAFT BARS TO THE CHIN
In bodybuilding and fitness, barbell-to-chin traction is performed primarily to work on the mass and relief of the middle and upper trapezium and the middle deltoid muscle bundle, as well…

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DRAWN ROD TILT
The barbell in the slope belongs to the basic exercises of the back. Regular implementation of this exercise perfectly develops the broadest, large round muscles and affects a number of…

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DRAFT BARS TO THE CHIN

In bodybuilding and fitness, barbell-to-chin traction is performed primarily to work on the mass and relief of the middle and upper trapezium and the middle deltoid muscle bundle, as well as to draw a clear separation between them.

This exercise will help improve athletic performance in sports such as wrestling, American football, volleyball, basketball, gymnastics and many others.

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HIMPING HIMPERS SITTING
Dumbbell bench press is an excellent tool for deep development of the front and to a lesser extent middle deltoid heads, it increases the mass and strength of the shoulder…

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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…

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT: PROFESSIONALISM OR HEALTH?
Many argue that physical education and sports contribute to health promotion. However, rarely anyone objectively understands and takes into account the difference between these concepts. Physical culture and sport -…

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BENDING FOOT LEGS
Performing flexion lying fully loads on all the muscles of the back of the thigh, as well as the calf. Given the isolating nature of the exercise, bending the legs…

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