Build more muscle with lateral raises and front raises. Here's how.
Turn the sit-up into a full upper-body exercise with these tough new exercises.
This is the bodyweight version of the face pull. Great for posture, upper back size, and shoulder health.
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Get more lat recruitment from chin-ups and pull-ups with these cues: 1. Chest to bar. 2. Squeeze a tennis ball between your shoulder blades.
Finish off your lats with 3 sets of 3-5 reps. Lower slowly and under control to trigger growth-inducing muscle damage.
This primer superset teaches you to deadlift correctly, allows your CNS to recover, and it's easy on your aching joints. Check it out.
Keep tension on the abs at all times. If the ball moves, your abs aren't doing as much work.
With this tougher variation of the inverted row, you'll get a massive contraction in the back muscles. Give it a shot.
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Adding bands to trap bar rows increases the tension at the top, frying your lats and upper back... in a good way.
The subtle shift in hand and arm position on the lowering phase will crank up the challenge and the strength and muscle gains.
Prepare your shoulders for heavy lifting with this tri-set.
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Tomorrow, do your workout as planned but reverse the order of the exercises. Here's why.
Build your lats, delts, chest, triceps, and abs at the same time. Here's how.
Do this drill before training your back. It'll fix those tight pecs which make it difficult to recruit your upper back muscles.
Hit those neglected lateral delts with this press variation. Note the change in hand position as you lift. Pause at the top for the best results.
Nail every fiber of your chest with one exercise. Just change the angle once you fatigue in one position and extend the TUT.
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Also called the cross-body hammer curl, this neutral-grip exercise will hammer the brachialis, the muscle beneath the biceps, adding more size to your arms.
Looks odd, but it's brutal on the quads due to the constant tension, even at the top of the rep.
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Big bench pressers use this movement to build the upper back and protect shoulder health.