LIFTING DANCERS ON THE BICEPS STANDING
Lifting dumbbells for biceps is similar in its effect to barbell lifts, and besides it has a number of fundamental advantages over it. First, lifting the dumbbell avoids even hints…

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HYPER EXTENSIONS
Hyperextension (in English hyperextension - overdistension, overdistension) is an auxiliary exercise, which works well on the muscles of the lower back, tightens the buttocks and gives a decent load on…

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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…

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BENDING FOOT LEGS

Performing flexion lying fully loads on all the muscles of the back of the thigh, as well as the calf. Given the isolating nature of the exercise, bending the legs would be the best choice for working on the relief and the separation of the muscles of the back of the thigh.

In addition, leg flexion is a movement characteristic of many other sports, which means that this exercise will allow you to improve your athletic achievements in such disciplines as football, basketball, running, athletics, jumping, wrestling, gymnastics, acrobatics, swimming and many others.

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LIFTING DANCERS ON THE BICEPS STANDING
Lifting dumbbells for biceps is similar in its effect to barbell lifts, and besides it has a number of fundamental advantages over it. First, lifting the dumbbell avoids even hints…

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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…

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TOP BLOCK UNDER WIDE ENOUGH
The upper block (or vertical thrust) loads the same array of muscles as pull-ups, which means that in many cases it can serve as an excellent alternative. For example, for…

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Twisting
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…

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