This technique uses a pause during the lowering portion of the rep. Great for strength development, technique improvement, and muscle growth.
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This RDL variation, using a barbell placed in a corner, really nails your glutes.
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The biceps have two functions, to supinate and flex the arm. The single-arm barbell curl provides a brutal stimulus to both.
Stimulate new back growth by changing the angle. Use a Landmine device (or place a bar in a corner). Attach a band for a more intense peak contraction.
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A great back exercise, especially for athletes.
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Do 8 reps on the preacher, then go straight into alternating curls, progressively increasing the number of reps until you hit 4 reps each side.
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This exercise allows you to train at a higher intensity, and higher intensity means greater stress, which means greater adaptation.
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This is a great sequence to work around knee issues, and it's awesome for hypertrophy.
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Do this warm-up before any upper body workout to prime your body for heavy lifting.
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