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
Heavy steel on straight legs is a basic exercise in bodybuilding and fitness. Like other variations of dead weight, this exercise involves, to one degree or another, practically all the muscles of the human body, but the main load falls on the muscles of the spinal straighteners, the biceps of the thigh and the buttocks.
Deadlift on straight legs increases the mass of the legs and buttocks, tightens the buttocks, and also strengthens the lower back and muscles surrounding the spine. Continue reading
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