CHEST

27/03/2017
Supersets: Basic Chest and Lat routine for muscle mass gainpremium
What is superset training and how is it done? Check out this chest and lat workout prepared by the instructor Nuno Ranginha.
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07/11/2016
A Heavy Lifting Routine for Maximizing Muscle Growthpremium
Looking for a heavy lifting routine for maximizing muscle growth? Read this suggestion of our contributor Preston Pilgrim.
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07/07/2016
Yoga for CrossFitters – Camel Posepremium
Find out how to perform the Camel Pose, which helps you in exercises such as Butterfly and Kipping Pull Ups, as well as in overhead exercises (OverHead Squat, Overhead Press, Thruster).Yoga for CrossFitters is a Prozis series.
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23/06/2016
Yoga for CrossFitters – Mangusto Posepremium
Find out how to perform the Mangusto Pose, which helps you to improve your overhead movements. Yoga for CrossFitters is a Prozis series.
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02/06/2016
Yoga for CrossFitters – Adho Mukapremium
Find out why Adho Muka, or Downward Facing Dog is so important for CrossFitters. Yoga for CrossFitters is a Prozis series.
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26/05/2016
Yoga for CrossFitters – Upward-Facing Dogpremium
Find out how the Upward-Facing Dog Pose improves your upper body exercises. Yoga for CrossFitters is a Prozis series.
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16/08/2013
What are the best chest exercises?premium
Strong pecs are the key to improve your physique, both for men and women alike. Find out which are the most effective to increase you pecs volume
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02/07/2013
Chest Workout Plan (intermediate level)premium
Since the chest is usually the first area people's eyes focus on, here are some exercise programs to help build those pectoral muscles.
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30/06/2010
Shoulder exercises – Shoulder press with dumbbellspremium
How to do it: Sit on a bench and hold the dumbbells so that your arm and forearm form a 90 degree angle. The palms of the hands should be turned forwards. Lift the dumbbells until your arms are fully extended. Slowly return to the initial position. Keep your back straight. Muscles worked:Primary: anterior deltoidSecondary: […]
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