How to grow lagging muscles and move better.
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Here's a smart way to deadlift that gives you more control, protects the lower back, and help you hit that next PR.
Yes, do your regular pull-ups. But finish off with an assisted machine to get more reps and build volume.
You're going to wonder why you didn't think of a couple of these!
Change the angle to really nail your rear delts.
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Hold the bottom, stretched position for 5 seconds and the top, peak contraction for 3 seconds for optimal calf growth.
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Use the leg press for this one. Lift with both feet, hold the contraction for 3 seconds, and lower slowly with one foot.
Blast your triceps with this elbow-friendly exercise.
The offset resistance will help you develop the short head of the biceps for thicker looking arms.
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Here's a great way to smash your biceps. And you've probably never tried it.
Hit a sticking point on a major lift like the deadlift? Try this.
Slow down your reps and the pull-apart can become a muscle builder.
Use the muscle round technique to light up your brachialis and add size to your arms.
A pull-apart to increase your bench press? Yes. Try this.
If your main goal is to build muscle, stop training with your ego. Try this instead.
Don't abandon the push-up just because you've gotten too good at it. Try this variation and make it tougher.
Use this variation of the band pull-apart to reduce soreness and pain.
Short on time? Don't rest less between sets or you'll interfere with your gains. Try this instead.
Here's how (and why) to use block pulls to boost your deadlift strength.
Grab a pen and a piece of paper and do this. It'll help you trim the fluff off your workout plan and get focused on the movements that matter.