PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT: PROFESSIONALISM OR HEALTH?
Many argue that physical education and sports contribute to health promotion. However, rarely anyone objectively…

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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…

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DEADLIFT
Benefit The deadlift is a complex, multi-articular exercise, in which more muscles take part than…

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SQUATS
Squatting is one of the most important basic exercises in bodybuilding and powerlifting. Squats are…

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SQUATS
Squatting is one of the most important basic exercises in bodybuilding and powerlifting. Squats are…

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stretch the muscles

SCARVES WITH RODS BACK

The barbell scars behind the back, like their classic version, primarily affect the muscles of the upper back and neck. Their regular implementation develops primarily the trapezium, as well as, but to a lesser extent, the rhomboid and scapula-raising muscles and forearms.

The amplitude of movement in this version of the scars is less than in the traditional one, which means that the muscles during execution are reduced less. But the implementation of scars with a barbell on the back is much more effective for improving posture. In addition, they prevent the appearance of “round” shoulders (when the shoulders do not stand out against the back). 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 bodybuilding and fitness, the more often the desire and understanding of purposeful work on trapezius muscles can be seen. And at this very moment it is not superfluous to recall the scars.

Despite the fact that in many strength exercises and even everyday situations (for example, walking from a store with heavy bags in their hands), trapezes get a load, yet in order to maximize growth and development they require purposeful work on themselves. Continue reading