Incline Bench Pull is a great isolation exercise for your back. It especially targets the lats, middle sections with secondary emphasis on the upper back, traps and forearms. Even though the back is a large and strong muscle group, it is advisable to use only moderately heavy weights with the Incline Bench Pull as it requires strict form to get the best results. Watch a demo... https://www.exercises.com.au/incline-bench-pull/
Free 1-min "Arms/Chest/Shoulders Incline Bench" workout trains your Arms, Back and Shoulders. Follow this free 6-exercise routine with step-by-step demonstrations for women and men in the WorkoutLabs Fit mobile app (https://wlabs.me/fit-ios-app) or in your browser. Enjoy!
BARBELL PRESS VS DUMBBELL PRESS Heavy pressing exercises such as the barbell and dumbbell bench press should be at the core of your chest routine. These are essential mass and strength building exercises for this chest. There are several other effective exercises for hitting the chest: dumbbell, cable or machine flyes for example… all of which are great exercises for […]
When putting together your routine you don't want to include several exercises that are too similar. You'll achieve better overall stimulus if you include movements that are substantially different from one another. With biceps there are two variables:Elbow position:Behind in front of or next to torso. Grip style:Underhand overhand or neutral. When your elbows are behind the plane of your back as in an incline bench curl the long head gets a better stretch. When putting together your…