About the benefits of swimming
Swimming is not only a pleasant pastime, but also an excellent physical activity on almost all muscles of the body. The benefits of swimming are obvious. This is a complex…

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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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SQUATS
Squatting is one of the most important basic exercises in bodybuilding and powerlifting. Squats are often used as ancillary exercises in many sporting disciplines, as well as used as a…

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SQUATS

Squatting is one of the most important basic exercises in bodybuilding and powerlifting. Squats are often used as ancillary exercises in many sporting disciplines, as well as used as a general strengthening and rehabilitation exercise. Along with the deadline, squats give the greatest impetus to gain strength and muscle mass of the whole body.

Being a multi-joint exercise, squats involve several muscle groups in the work. Of course, the main load falls on the muscles of the legs, but in addition to the legs, straightening the muscles of the back, abdominal muscles and buttocks also work. Continue reading

Swimming is the perfect workout.
It does not give dangerous static loads and very carefully applies to the joints. It makes many muscles work and strengthens the cardiovascular, lymphatic and vegetative systems. Stimulates pulmonary gas…

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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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BUFFING BY RON HARRIS
If you belong to the few athletes who regularly perform this exercise in their workouts, then you may be interested in some of the rules that I learned during the…

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Abdominal - work on the bugs
Being engaged in the gym, abdominal exercises are traditionally postponed “for later”. At the end of the training, the forces, as a rule, do not remain and the press is…

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