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Bodybuilding Q&A Pt.6 (cardio timing, dips, eating cut-offs, HIIT vs. LISS, is whey necessary)

Bodybuilding Q&A Pt.6 (cardio timing, dips, eating cut-offs, HIIT vs. LISS, is whey necessary)

Hey, guys. Sean Nalewanyj here of BodyTransformationTruth.com, and this is part six of my bodybuilding and fat loss Q&A where I’ll be covering five more commonly asked questions with straight to the point, no BS answers that you can take and apply to your muscle-building and fat loss plan. Now, once again if you want to access all of the other Q&As that are available, then you can use the links down in the description box below. So, let’s get…

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How to Work Out Properly : Single-Leg Dead Lift Exercise

How to Work Out Properly : Single-Leg Dead Lift Exercise

Hi I’m Amy McCauley and I’m going to demonstrate how to do a single leg dead lift. A single leg dead lift has a little bit more of an advanced move so if you have just started you are going to start with just a basic dead lift. A basic dead lift is shoulders down the spine, chest open. You are going to try about five pound weights and you are just going to hinge forward at the hips, keep…

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Dips Chest Version – Chest Exercise – Bodybuilding.com

Dips Chest Version – Chest Exercise – Bodybuilding.com

To get in the starting position, hold your body above the bars with your arms nearly locked out. Then, while breathing in, lower yourself downwards slowly with your torso leaning forward less than 45 degrees. Your elbows should flare out slightly until you feel a slight stretch in your chest. Once you feel the stretch, use your chest to bring your body back up to the starting position while breathing out. Also, remember to squeeze the chest at the top…

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10 Basic Strength Exercises You Should Know

10 Basic Strength Exercises You Should Know

Welcome to Calisthenic Movement. My name is Alex. And in this video, I show you 10 basic strength exercises. Let’s start with the first exercise, the Scapular Raise or Scapular Raise Hold. This exercise focuses on your back. It looks easy on the first view, but is very hard if you perform it correctly. You hang on a bar, let your arms straight and pull your shoulder blades down and together. With this exercise, you activate your lats, trapezius and…

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The 8 Best Chest Exercises (NO BENCH OR DIPS!)

The 8 Best Chest Exercises (NO BENCH OR DIPS!)

What’s up, guys? Jeff Cavaliere, ATHLEANX.com. So I’m sure you’ve been told to do lots of incline bench press if you want to build your upper chest. Of course, if you want to get that lower chest you’re going to want to make sure you do lots of decline bench presses as well, and you don’t want to forget the all-important flat bench press to work the overall development of your chest. And of course, don’t forget to do dips…

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8 Super Effective Exercises for Wider Shoulders

8 Super Effective Exercises for Wider Shoulders

What can be “manlier” than broad and powerful shoulders? Other than being thoughtful, charming and witty, you ask? Well, personality aside, if you’re aiming at a strong and masculine look, your arms and shoulders are the thing to start from. I mean, even if you don’t pay that much attention to the rest of your body, broad shoulders will give you that much desired V-shape, making you look bigger — in a good way, of course. So let’s have a…

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