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Back exercises for beginner
Back exercises for beginner

Back exercises for beginner

Back exercises for beginner We run through the moves you need to add muscle to your back fast Pull-ups How to Grab the bar with your palms facing forwards, hands just wider than shoulder width apart. With both arms extended above you, pull your torso up until the bar touches your upper chest.... read more »

How to Squat
How to Squat

How to Squat

How to Squat Back to Basics Squats are also highly versatile: you can do them anywhere, even while brushing your teeth or filling your glass at the water cooler. Multitask by adding bicep curls and other moves tomake them harder. Since we’re all in backside-toning mode for beach season,... read more »

How to Deadlift

How to Deadlift

How to Deadlift The Definitive Guide to Proper Deadlift Form How to Deadlift. As a 500lb drug-free raw Deadlifter who started his strength journey not even able to do a single Push-up, I’ve found correct technique to be crucial for Deadlifting big weights and eliminating lower back... read more »

How to get a six-pack
How to get a six-pack

How to get a six-pack

How to get a six-pack A six-pack is top of the list when it comes to desirable body parts for men, yet the abs muscles often cause confusion when it comes to training. Here, we outline the science behind the six-pack and the best exercises for building yours. The first mistake a lot of men... read more »

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Side Plank

Side Plank

Side plank: Six-pack Workout Hold your body straight to build a powerful core that will improve posture and sports performance. Hold your body in a straight line from head to feet with... read more »

plank

Plank

Plank: Six-pack Workout Build a strong link between your upper and lower body with this classic stability move. Hold your body in a straight line from head to heels with your feet... read more »

Crossover crunch

Crossover crunch

Crossover crunch: Six-pack Workout Add a twist to your crunch to hit your abs from several angles at once.   With your head off the mat, touch your fingers to your temples. Rest... read more »

Oblique crunch

Oblique Crunch

Oblique Crunch: Six-pack Workout   Hit your abs from the side to target the obliques, the muscles that frame your six-pack.   Lie on your side with your arm in front and bend... read more »

Reverse crunch

Reverse crunch: Six-pack Workout Place the emphasis on the lower part of your abs by attacking them from a different angle.   Lie with your head and shoulders flat on the mat, your thighs... read more »