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

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BUFFING BY RON HARRIS
If you belong to the few athletes who regularly perform this exercise in their workouts,…

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Why yoga?
 However, it is impossible to stop, because the prospect of a transition to the 44th…

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What prevents to do fitness: 5 popular excuses
Excuse number 1: I'm tired Work, family, dog, traffic jams, queues in shops and standing…

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DRAWN ROD TILT
The barbell in the slope belongs to the basic exercises of the back. Regular implementation…

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BENCH ON LAYING ON TILTED BENCH

The bench press on an inclined bench, like the classic bench press, will load your chest perfectly, not forgetting about triceps and deltas. Its great advantage is the fact that cheating is almost impossible in the tilting press, the one that very often occurs when you press the bench on a horizontal bench.

It is almost impossible to beat the barbell from the chest on an inclined bench: firstly, it is inconvenient, and secondly, if you still get this technique, the barbell will not go up, but forward. With a lot of weight, it is very dangerous, but you will feel it in the work with the small and no longer want to repeat it. Continue reading

BENCH LYING OUTDOOR ENOUGH

Press narrow grip is considered the most effective exercise for the development of the upper part of the triceps, well increasing its volume and strength. But, despite the greatest working weights, in comparison with other exercises for the triceps, lifted in this exercise, it is not the base for pumping triceps. The reason for this is simple: along with the triceps, the top of the pectoral and anterior bundle of the deltoid muscles also work.

In the bench press with a narrow grip, there is another undoubted advantage: he is wonderfully working through the form of a tricep. Continue reading

HIM RODS OVER THE HEAD

Bench press above head or chest press is an excellent exercise to increase the volume and strength of the shoulders; it develops the anterior and middle bundles of deltoid muscles, involves in the process the upper chest, triceps and rotator muscles of the shoulder.

The bench press can be performed in two variations: sitting or standing. When lifting is performed while standing in a weight restraint, muscles of almost the entire body are involved. But doing it while sitting, and leaning on the back of the bench, you take the load off the waist, which will allow you to more precisely influence the muscles of the upper half of the body. In addition, this option is definitely safer. Continue reading