Men love working out and keeping themselves fit. They will lift heavy weights, run for hours and do a thousand crunches! But how many of them actually workout in the right fashion? How many of them actually know the right technique to work out on each and every muscle? Technically speaking, our body is almost of 640 muscles (depending on who’s counting), and it’s important to keep every group mobile and healthy. How many muscles do you ignore when you train? You might not realize you are doing it, but it’s easy to get stuck in the same routine, forgetting about other important muscles and exercises. Here’s the perfect guide to keep every muscle group healthy.
Barbell pressing is the most effective way to build your shoulders because although it focuses on the anterior deltoid, it also involves the medical and posterior deltoid muscles, and it allows you to push heavy weight with a minimal risk of injury.
The Barbell Bench Press is the ultimate muscle builder. When performed regularly, it lends thickness, muscle definition and strength to the chest area.
When done seated, these will limit the degree momentum plays in the execution of the exercise and place all the emphasis on the biceps muscles.
The standing calf raise targets your calf muscles (amazing, right?), particularly the larger, outermost muscle that is responsible for the shape and size of your calves.
So which muscle group are you work out on today?