Muscles-How to get the best when concentrating on that particular muscle group


Biceps

Biceps

The biceps is a muscle on the front part of the upper arm. The biceps includes a “short head” and a “long head” that work as a single muscle.

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How to get a six-pack (or even an eight-pack)

How to get a six-pack (or even an eight-pack)

The norm for men is around 18-24 percent, while women are around 25-31 percent. This is perfectly healthy, as are a variety of body fat percentages lower than that (and some above it as well). You can be healthy, unhealthy, fit, or out of shape at just about any size. Make them When we talk about abs, what we’re really talking about is the rectus abdominis, which is

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Triceps

Triceps

The triceps brachii is a major muscle of the upper arm in the human body. The triceps run along the humerus (the main bone of the upper arm) between the shoulder and the elbow. How to Perform the Decline Bench Lying Cable Extension/Skullcrusher Below is a brief guide on how to perform the decline bench lying triceps extension. Step 1: Start by lying on a decline bench, with your head towards the cable attachment/resistance band. Step 2: Set your body up similarly to the lying skullcrusher, with the elbows placed further back due to the decline. Step 3: Perform a skull crusher in the full range of motion, and repeat

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Anteria deltoid

Anteria deltoid

Anteria (front) Deltoid, The Benefits of Deltoid Stretches and How to Do Them Benefits Anterior deltoid stretch Posterior deltoid stretch Safety When to do them Takeaway Your shoulders do a lot of work throughout the day. You need them to lift, pull, push, and reach, and even to walk and sit up straight. It’s no wonder they sometimes feel tired or tight, and may feel achy or stiff after a workout. One effective way to keep your shoulders flexible is by doing deltoid stretches. The deltoid muscle is situated around the top of your upper arm and shoulder. Its main purpose is to help you lift and rotate your arm.

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Latamus dorsi

Latamus dorsi

10 Ways to Stretch and Strengthen Your Lats Stretching tips Active floor stretch Foam rolling Exercise ball stretch Wall press Yoga stretches Takeaway The latissimus dorsi muscles, known as the lats, are the large V-shaped muscles that connect your arms to your vertebral column. They help protect and stabilize your spine while providing shoulder and back strength. Your lats also help with shoulder and arm movement and support good posture. Strengthening and stretching your lats is essential in building upper-body strength, improving range of motion, and preventing injury. Here are 10 simple and effective lat stretches you can incorporate into your daily or weekly exercise routine.

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Pectoral Major

Pectoral Major

Overview Exercises that define and sculpt your chest help you look your best at the beach or the gym. They can also help you do a variety of daily tasks, like lifting or pushing objects. On top of all that, while you improve your look and strength, you lift your mood, too. Working out the chest means working out the pectoral muscles, better known as the “pecs.” While the pecs are the largest muscles in the chest, there are actually several smaller muscles that support the pectoral muscles, including the latissimus dorsi muscles (or “lats”) on the sides of the chest and the trapezius muscle around the shoulders.

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Posteria detoid

Posteria detoid

You need strong shoulders to be able to lift, push, and pull without injury. Gaining shoulder strength requires working many different muscles from different angles. The front of your shoulders, the front deltoid muscles, tend to be somewhat dominant in a lot of exercise movements. But strengthening the partnering middle and rear deltoids is important, too. These muscles all work together to keep our shoulders stable. But the rear deltoids can be tricky to target. These five moves will help you gain rear deltoid strength and stronger shoulders overall. Try adding a couple of these exercises into your regular strength workout each week.

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Pectoral minor

Pectoral minor

Exercise Tips for Developing the Pectoralis Minor Do you want the secret to developing a defined, enviable chest? It's the underrated, but extremely essential, pectoralis minor muscle. This muscle is thin and flat; it lies underneath the larger pectoralis major, which consequently gets all the fanfare.

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Middle Deltoid Dumbbell Exercises Your deltoids are the biggest and strongest muscles in your shoulders,

Middle Deltoid Dumbbell Exercises Your deltoids are the biggest and strongest muscles in your shoulders,

Middle Deltoid Dumbbell Exercises Your deltoids are the biggest and strongest muscles in your shoulders, and are made up of front, back and middle sections. The middle deltoid muscle is the one you use to abduct your arm -- that is, move it away from your body. Exercises to tone and strengthen this muscle will help give your shoulders their characteristic, defined shape. The Arnold Press This exercise gets its name from the man who created it, Arnold Schwarzenegger. You can sit or stand to do it, but regardless of the position you choose, keep your back straight throughout the exercise. Take a dumbbell in each hand and bend your elbows so the weights are positioned in front of your chest, palms facing in, and your elbows pointing down towards the floor. Raise the dumbbells straight up over your head, turning your wrists inwards as you do so, so your palms

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Erector Spinae

Erector Spinae

Hamstrings

Hamstrings

Quadriceps

Quadriceps