Monthly Archives: March 2019

Raising the lower block for biceps

Biceps exercises performed on the lower block are not basic and are usually used as an addition to the training complex for an isolated load on the biceps muscle. This exercise is done at the end of the workout for the final blockage of muscles and pumping blood into them. It also helps to stretch… Read More »

Lifting toes sitting for calves

Rising on the toes while sitting allows you to take the load off the body muscles and provide an isolated study of the leg muscles. It is used exclusively for this purpose and exists in two versions. You can climb on the toes, weighed hips with heavy dumbbells or a collected barbell, and you can… Read More »

Raise the ball with your feet (lying on your side)

An exercise such as lifting the ball with your feet, lying on your side, is more often used in training aimed at general physical training rather than the development of strength, speed, or muscle hypertrophy. Most sources will tell us how healthy they lose weight with such exercises, but you should understand that lifting the… Read More »

Tightening wide grip

Pull-ups, which are performed with a wide grip, are basic exercises and are considered one of the best options for pumping the muscles of the back and shoulder girdle. Many modern training specialists and sports physicians are confident that this exercise is perfect for both beginners and experienced athletes, and, if performed correctly, can strengthen… Read More »