T-ROD
T-barbell is considered one of the basic exercises in bodybuilding and fitness to develop back muscles with an emphasis on its middle part. In addition to the mass-set effect, the…

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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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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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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

MACHINE DRIVE IN THE STYLE "SUMO"
The main difference from the classic deadlift is that in the deadlift in the style of "sumo" legs are placed wider, the hands are between the legs, and the main…

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SCARVES WITH RODS BACK
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,…

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WORKOUT BEFORE TRAINING
And indeed, most visitors to the gyms neglect to perform a full-fledged warm-up before training, at best they will sit down a couple of times and hang on the bar…

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DEADLIFT
Benefit The deadlift is a complex, multi-articular exercise, in which more muscles take part than in any other strength exercise, which perfectly develops the strength and muscles of the whole…

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