TOP BLOCK UNDER WIDE ENOUGH
The upper block (or vertical thrust) loads the same array of muscles as pull-ups, which…

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FRENCH JIM
French bench press exercise to increase the volume and strength of the triceps. The exercise…

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Abdominal - work on the bugs
Being engaged in the gym, abdominal exercises are traditionally postponed “for later”. At the end…

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BUILDING ON A TURNIK
One of the favorite exercises of Arnold Schwarzenegger, pull-ups on the horizontal bar, fraught with…

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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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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

Abdominal – work on the bugs

Being engaged in the gym, abdominal exercises are traditionally postponed “for later”. At the end of the training, the forces, as a rule, do not remain and the press is postponed “for tomorrow”. So, a beautiful picture of life risks being seriously tarnished by the deplorable state of the muscles of your abdomen. Irregular work on the abdominals – half the problem, the wrong technique and the composition of the exercises – this is a real scourge not only for your appearance, but also for your health. And so that this does not happen, we invite you to familiarize yourself with the basic principles of work on the abdominals.
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