How To: Wrist Curl Behind Back

Standing Wrist Curl Behind Back Instructions Begin the exercise by selecting a barbell weight and holding it behind your back using an underhand grip (palms facing out). Your hands should be placed around shoulder width apart. Stand straight up with your feet shoulder width apart and look straight forward. Bending only at the wrists, let the

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Triceps Workout: 3 Superset Workout Routine For Killer Triceps

Not surprisingly it is more common to focus on bicep training opposed to tricep. But training your triceps are equally important, if not more, for an overall proportional shape, strength and definition. With this six move workout, comprising of two super-sets, we have compiled the perfect tricep training for you! Plus this will incorporate back,

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Mastering Seated Cable Rows: Guide, Form, Flaws, Set Up & Execution

Muscles Targeted: Seated cable rows are one of the best exercises for targeting your back muscles. It develops your latissimus dorsi (lats), teres major and trapezius. The lats cover the lower and middle portions of the back, originating from the spine and the top of the hip bone and attaching to the upper arm. The

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Mastering Seated Triceps Dumbbell Press: Guide, Form, Flaws, Set Up & Execution

Exercise Instructions Sit down on a bench with back support and grasp a dumbbell with both hands and hold it overhead at arm's length. The resistance should be resting in the palms of your hands with your thumbs around it. The palm of the hand should be facing inward. Keeping your upper arms close to your

By | 2017-10-29T13:23:31+00:00 October 18th, 2017|Categories: Arms Exercises, Exercise Training Guide|Tags: , |

Mastering Triceps Rope Pushdown: Guide, Form, Flaws, Set Up & Execution

Triceps Rope Pushdown - this appears to be a fairly ordinary exercise—at the end of your chest routine. What makes this work so exceptionally well is that you combine rest-pause and dropset techniques, going almost nonstop for a full 10 minutes. You take only a 20-second rest between sets and you're right back doing press-downs again. That

By | 2017-10-29T13:23:54+00:00 October 18th, 2017|Categories: Arms Exercises, Exercise Training Guide|Tags: , , |

Mastering Biceps EZ Preacher Curl: Guide, Form, Flaws, Set Up & Execution

EZ bar preacher curls do not take it easy on your biceps! It’s one of the best mass building exercises you can include in your arm workout. This variation puts all of the stress directly on the biceps and eliminates any swinging or help with momentum that you might get from a ground based movement

By | 2017-10-29T13:24:22+00:00 October 18th, 2017|Categories: Arms Exercises, Exercise Training Guide|Tags: , , |

Mastering The Biceps Barbell Curl: Guide, Form, Flaws, Set Up & Execution

The barbell curl is a time-tested and proven way to build up your biceps. Some trainees often find themselves overdoing the barbell curl and the bench press, but that does not take away from the effectiveness of the exercise. There are many ways to use this exercise so let’s take a look and you’ll see

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Mastering The Biceps Spider Curl: Guide, Form, Flaws, Set Up & Execution

Muscles Targeted: Performing exercises from different angle points has been a renowned way of changing up your training program, preventing boredom and targeting different areas of a particular muscle. Within the bicep muscle there are two heads to be targeted; the short head and the long head. Below are the particular ways in which you

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Mastering The Incline Dumbbell Curl: Guide, Form, Flaws, Set Up & Execution

Muscles Targeted: The muscles targeted with this exercise are the biceps, forearms and shoulders. The biceps are the primary muscle and the forearms and front deltoids are secondary muscles. Biceps are composed of two heads; the long head and the short head. The long head constitutes the majority of the peak and makes up the

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