HIM RODS OVER THE HEAD
Bench press above head or chest press is an excellent exercise to increase the volume and strength of the shoulders; it develops the anterior and middle bundles of deltoid muscles,…

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TOP BLOCK UNDER WIDE ENOUGH
The upper block (or vertical thrust) loads the same array of muscles as pull-ups, which means that in many cases it can serve as an excellent alternative. For example, for…

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MACHINE DRIVE IN THE STYLE "SUMO"
The main difference from the classic deadlift is that in the deadlift in the style of "sumo" legs are placed wider, the hands are between the legs, and the main…

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BENCH ON LAYING ON TILTED BENCH

The bench press on an inclined bench, like the classic bench press, will load your chest perfectly, not forgetting about triceps and deltas. Its great advantage is the fact that cheating is almost impossible in the tilting press, the one that very often occurs when you press the bench on a horizontal bench.

It is almost impossible to beat the barbell from the chest on an inclined bench: firstly, it is inconvenient, and secondly, if you still get this technique, the barbell will not go up, but forward. With a lot of weight, it is very dangerous, but you will feel it in the work with the small and no longer want to repeat it. Continue reading

SCRATCHES WITH DUMBERS
A trapezoid, of course, is not the muscle for which “pumping” first of all any person who came to the gym is taken. But the more sophisticated he becomes in…

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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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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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Twisting
The abdominal muscles are involved in virtually any movement, since they perform flexing of the spine and are responsible for keeping it in a stable position. Therefore, it is fair…

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