The rear beam of deltas is traditionally considered the most difficult to pump. Most of the exercises for pumping the delta, as a rule, load the front and middle beams, almost without using the rear delta, which can lead to imbalances in shoulder development. Dilution of dumbbells in the slope is actually the only exercise that allows you to work with maximum efficiency on the volume and relief of the “lagging behind” back delta head.
In addition, the regular performance of dilutions in the slope will contribute to progress in such sports as wrestling, volleyball, tennis, swimming, gymnastics, rowing and many others. Continue reading
CLIMBING ON BARS
Do you believe or not? but it is the push-ups on the uneven bars that load more muscles than the bench press. If you turn to history and return to the 50s, it turns out that the push-ups on the bars with the burden had the reputation of an excellent basic exercise for the chest. But the wave of technical progress and the thirst for profit of the first manufacturers of sports equipment led to the emergence of numerous simulators and various accessories. One of these innovations was the familiar bench for bench press, and the popularity of push-ups turned to bench press. Continue reading
DRAWN ROD TILT
The barbell in the slope belongs to the basic exercises of the back. Regular implementation of this exercise perfectly develops the broadest, large round muscles and affects a number of others, which leads to a visual and actual thickening of the back.
Exercise will serve as an excellent addition to any version of the deadlift for a full study of the back muscles.
The technique of performing the rod in the slope Continue reading