A massive back is one of the hallmarks of a powerful physique, especially given the difficulty in training it.The back, as a whole, is composed of the following muscle groups: erector spinae, latissimus dorsi, rhomboids major and minor, teres major, posterior deltoids and trapezius. Some of these muscles are often considered parts of other sections, but they are all technically part of the back. These muscles can be broken up into a few categories for training purposes.
The bicep has two heads (hence the prefix “bi”). The two heads are the long head and the short head. However, there is an additional muscle, the brachialis, which technically is not part of the bicep but contributes to the overall development of your biceps. With this in mind, you can find beneficial exercises that target both of these to gain an aesthetically symmetrical look! For the majority of men, the best part of arm day is when you get to grab a pair of dumbbells and curl them.
Want a better lower body? The exercise that works the hip extension better than any other is the Single Leg Hip Thrust, but to get there you'll need to progress some simpler movements. You may think the glutes get more than enough work from your squats, deadlifts, and lunges, but if you aren't doing specific glute exercises like bridges and hip thrusts, you're leaving a lot on the table as far as glute development is concerned. My personal favourite is the single-leg barbell hip thrust.
CHEST WORKOUT: WHY YOUR INNER CHEST DOESN’T LOOK AS GOOD AS IT SHOULD? Most people never build inner chest they want for one very simple reason - they don’t train it hard enough or often enough. One weekly session of bench pressing then a few press-ups just won’t break down enough fibres to provide the stimulus your muscles needs to rebuild and become bigger and stronger.
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Seated elbows-in alternating dumbbell overhead press. A compound exercise. Target muscle: Anterior Deltoid. Synergists: Upper Pectoralis Major, Lateral Deltoid, Triceps Brachii, Middle and Lower Trapezius, Serratus Anterior, Obliques, Psoas Major, Iliocastalis Lumborum, Iliocastalis Thoracis. Dynamic stabilizers: Biceps Brachii (not highlighted in illustration), Triceps Brachii (long head).