SWIMMING: AND PLEASANT AND USEFUL
About the benefits of swimming Swimming is not only a pleasant pastime, but also an excellent physical activity on almost all muscles of the body. The benefits of swimming are…

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How are the abdominal muscles?
When we say that we want to pump up the press, we mean the rectus abdominis muscle. In fact, our press consists of four different muscles: transverse, internal and external…

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How to keep your body in shape
Everyone wants to look good, but not everyone knows the basic principles that should be followed in order to keep yourself in excellent physical shape and be healthy. In this…

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Exercises for building powerful triceps

Triceps are more diverse than biceps. Like biceps, triceps should look good from any perspective. Triceps are needed to make your hands look massive and impressive, even in a relaxed state.
When someone says: “Wow, look how huge his hands are!”, You can be sure that this effect is created by triceps. When you are on stage, triceps remain in sight 90% of the time, no matter what postures you take.
Triceps: triceps muscle that works in opposition to the biceps. Because of the deltoid muscle, to connect with the ulnar ligaments.
The movement of the arms back and bringing the arms to the body. All muscle is involved in the extension of the forearm.
As you say above, the triceps consists of three heads. Continue reading

Fitness at home: rules worth knowing
Although it is believed that the concept of beauty is very individual, a sporty and toned body always looks attractive. A great way to support your body in good shape…

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BUFFING BY RON HARRIS
If you belong to the few athletes who regularly perform this exercise in their workouts, then you may be interested in some of the rules that I learned during the…

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KALLANETIKA: BASIC EXERCISES
Doing these exercises from callanetics 2-3 times a week for an hour, you will quickly lose weight and correct figure flaws Warm up 1. In the standing position, feet shoulder-width…

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