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We have become accustomed to doing exercises for the abdominal press - bends while lying on the floor or on a bench. However, only a variety of exercises can guarantee a successful outcome, so today I want to tell you about one set of workouts where all exercises for the abs are done standing up. These exercises put more strain on your muscles, improve your balance and posture. Exercise does not require any additional equipment, even without a fitness mat.
The bench press is a core fundamental exercise for developing upper body strength and power. Effectively targeting your pecs, anterior delts, triceps and lats. Improving upper body strength will greatly improve your overall athletic performance and growth. Since the chest is one of the most stubborn areas for gains, the bench press has become the most popular way to make […]
For many guys, chest training is priority #1. I know that was certainly he case for me when I first started lifting. However, I notice that a lot of people who complain about poor chest development aren’t doing anything besides flat bench press. This is a great reference for the best exercises to grow a bigger chest. I would also add weighted dips to the list. 📷 @factsoftraining
WHY YOU NEED TO ARCH WHEN BENCHING! YES, you NEED to arch, and I don’t care whether you’re against this statement or not, because if you are.. chances are you’re mistaking the “right way to arch with the “wrong one”. Implementing an Upper Back Arch (Thoracic Extension) when bench pressing ensures 3 very important things. SAFETY: By lockig your shoulderblades back together and holding them there for the whole movement. STABLILITY. Arching your upper back creates a strong “base” or muscle…