LIFE HANTEL LYING
No one would argue with the fact that a barbell is an excellent exercise, but…

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TRAINING IN THE HALL
Security A second of relaxation can lead to serious injury, so that this does not…

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HYPER EXTENSIONS
Hyperextension (in English hyperextension - overdistension, overdistension) is an auxiliary exercise, which works well on…

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Swimming is the perfect workout.
It does not give dangerous static loads and very carefully applies to the joints. It…

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DRAW DUTY IN TILT
Dumbbell in the slope refers to the basic exercises in bodybuilding and fitness, as it…

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your wrist flexor

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

BENDING HANDS IN WRINKES

The forearms are not the part of the muscles that will fundamentally change your appearance, but it is their strength that not least depends on your progress in the basic exercises, and therefore your volumes. It is the weakness of the forearms that will not allow you to do the last “before refusal” repetitions in the deadlift or bench press. Therefore, so that such a misfortune does not happen to you – pay due attention to work on your forearms. And here, at an opportune moment, such an exercise is useful to you as bending the arms in the wrists.

Arm flexion in the wrists is an excellent exercise for developing the muscles of the inner part of the forearm, which determines the volume and strength of the forearm. Continue reading