Category Archives: Back

Building Back Muscles – 3 Mass Building Back Exercises

Building Back Muscles – 3 Mass Building Back Exercises

  Most of the muscles located in the upper and lower back are actually part of your core muscle group. The core muscle group is naturally the most important muscle group for strength training hence the reason they are called the “core” muscle group. If they weren’t the most important muscle group they would probably be called something like the “supporting” or “secondary” muscle group. Anyway, your back muscles are incredibly intertwined with many of the other muscles on your body.»
5 Back Training Myths You Probably Believe – How to Really Build a Bigger Back

5 Back Training Myths You Probably Believe – How to Really Build a Bigger Back

How to Really Build a Bigger Back! Experienced lifters know that pulling exercises require more attention to detail than pushing exercises. Even once you get past the beginner stage, there’s a level of mind-muscle connection and neuromuscular awareness that needs to go into back training for it to even “take.” Logic is too often thrown out the window for the sake of another grip-and-rip set.   1 – The Dumbbell Row is a Good Lat Builder   Don’t get me wrong.»
3 Exercises To Build A Wide Back

3 Exercises To Build A Wide Back

  You might have been training your back hard and heavy for a few years, used all kinds of specialized back programs, but you are nowhere near to the back development you’ve always wanted. In this article, we present to you three exercises that Dorian Yates himself recommends that will enable you to increase back width considerably. What Dorian actually recommends is a program consisting of three parts. The first part is doing close grip reverse pulldowns done on a Hammer Strength machine, which is intended to target the lats and the upper back, the seconds part is doing overhand grip bent over barbell rows, intended to put on mass and the third part is doing seated cable rows, intended to add thickness to the teres major and the rhomboid muscles.»
10 Tips for Building Muscle for Beginners
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10 Tips for Building Muscle for Beginners

Many people trying to build muscle simply follow the guides they find in health magazines. The problem with those plans is that the people endorsing them do not regularly follow them, are genetically gifted, or never started training the way they are suggesting you do. The plans found in magazines will not make you gain muscle, and will only lead to disappointment and possibly injury. Before building massive muscles, most people need to build up a foundation first.»
7 Best Workout Routines to Build Muscle
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7 Best Workout Routines to Build Muscle

If you are trying to build muscle, you need to know all about workout routines. Different workout exercises stimulate certain muscle growth. To build certain muscles, you need to know what exercises target that area for growth. Here is a list of common workout routines and the areas and muscles they target. 1.Bench press The bench press is one of the most common workout routines. You lay on a flat bench and lift a barbel weight.»
Arnold’s 1974 Mr. Olympia Chest & Back Workout

Arnold’s 1974 Mr. Olympia Chest & Back Workout

Arnold Schwarzenegger cut the range of motion on his bench presses one-quarter of the way from lockout in order to keep tension on his pecs. On wide-grip pullups, however, he lowered his body until he felt a deep stretch in his lats, which activates them better. Arnold used this routine on Mondays and Thursdays. Arnold Schwarzenegger used this routine twice a week to build a powerful core. MONDAY AND THURSDAY EXERCISE 1 BENCH PRESS You’ll need: Barbell 5sets 10-12reps as needed rest EXERCISE 2 WIDE-GRIP PULLUP You’ll need: Pullup Bar 5sets 10-12reps as needed rest EXERCISE 3 DUMBBELL FLYE You’ll need: Dumbbells, Bench 5sets 10-12reps as needed rest EXERCISE 4 SEATED CABLE ROW You’ll need: Adjustable Cable Machine, V-Handle Attachment 5sets 10-12reps as needed rest EXERCISE 5 DIP You’ll need: Dip Station 5sets to failurereps as needed rest EXERCISE 6 BENT-OVER BARBELL ROW 5sets 12reps as needed rest EXERCISE 7 CABLE CROSSOVER You’ll need: Adjustable Cable Machine, D-Handle Attachment 3sets 12reps as needed rest EXERCISE 8 DUMBBELL ROW You’ll need: Dumbbells 3sets 12reps as needed rest Source: Arnold’s 1974 Mr.»