Deadlifts are one of the best ways to build the posterior chain, targeting everything from the upper traps down to the hamstrings. Bottom line - if you want to be build a big, powerful backside, you need to be doing deadlift variations regularly.
Sure, doing the same old exercises \over and over can become mundane boring. That’s where I come in! Here are 25 fat burning dumbbell exercises and watch your body transform in the mirror.
How do you lose that extra layer off your belly? You know that “spare tire” or the little bit of love that keeps hanging around the bottom of your stomach.
Here are four exercises that I do on every back day without fail. Keep in mind, I’ve trained back at least three days a week for the past two years. As always, you want to start with the minimum required volume to still achieve adaptation benchmarks.
Your biceps don’t just flex your elbow; they also are a supinator your forearm. So, if we want to achieve maximal biceps recruitment when performing bicep curls with either a dumbbell or cable, we must do so in a manner that involves both elbow flexion and forearm supination. This can be achieved by holding the handle in a unique way that you’re likely not currently doing.
Vacuum posing is so closely associated with bodybuilding and the art of bodybuilding posing that it tends to be forgotten about as a crucial tool to be used by everyone.
Building a bigger, stronger, and wider back is something many of us desire, but don’t know where to begin. Cable Rows and Lat-Pulldowns are two of the most common exercises people perform when it comes to back training. Unfortunately, this is where back training begins and ends for many individuals.
The key to developing bigger, fuller triceps is to train them from all angles. With these 5 triceps movements in your exercise arsenal you can revamp your arm training and blow up your triceps.
Directed and penned by Vlad Yudin (“Generation Iron,” “Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer”) and helmed by Yudin and Edwin Mejia of The Vladar Company with Oscar-winner Jim Czarnecki (“Fahrenheit 9/11,” “Bowling for Columbine”), “The Hurt Business” extends beyond the octagon and takes a deeper look into what life is really like within the world of MMA.
US Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant and IFBB Men’s Physique Pro Xavisus Gayden trains shoulders and legs at Gold’s Gym, Venice.
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