middle and upper
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 to say that a strong press is a necessity, not a luxury.
Performing twisting, you kill two birds with one stone at a time: first, you get beautiful embossed dice press, which at all times were among the attributes of male beauty, and secondly, strong abdominal muscles will protect your lower back from injuries, as well as stabilize while doing other exercises or when playing sports. Continue reading
LIFTING BARS ON BICEPS
Despite its popularity in gyms, lifting biceps does not apply to basic bodybuilding exercises. Why? Quite simply, this exercise lures a limited array of muscles into the work, and therefore it doesn’t have much benefit from it in terms of gaining mass and strength of the whole body. Lifting the barbell gives a good load only on the biceps, as well as the muscles of the inner surface of the forearms.
Moreover, you will never be able to pump your big biceps if you do not perform basic exercises, and limit yourself to just lifting the barbell. Continue reading
TRIGGER TO LIFE ON THE BLOCK
The thrust to the abdomen on the block is rightly considered to be a basic exercise for the back, because in the process of doing it, a large muscle mass is received, including almost all the major muscles of the middle and upper back, the back bunch of deltoids, biceps and even the chest.
In the world of bodybuilding, this exercise is considered one of the best for drawing and thickening the muscles of the middle of the back, giving it a convex chiselled shape.
Do the belly traction on the block in the same workout as the deadlift, and your back will very soon acquire a powerful corset of muscles. Continue reading