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Cable Close Grip Pulldown

Cable Close Grip Pulldown STEP 1. Grab a handle using a close grip with your arms extended straight overhead. STEP 2. Pull the handle down to the top of your chest. STEP 3. Return the…

Arm Exercises

Arm Exercises Available arm workout routines: Choose an arm workout exercise that you wish to perform, and fully labeled directions shall be provided on the following page: Angled Prone Curl Cable Triceps Overhead Extension Cable…

Abs

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Machine Lateral Pull-Down

Machine Lateral Pull-Down Like the Assisted Pull-Up, this exercise not only works the back muscles but also the biceps muscles and the muscles of the forearms, improving the strength of your grip. It is a…

Dead Lift

is a full-body exercise that works all the major muscles in the body, and especially the ones in the legs and back. It is a very difficult exercise to do, but is an excellent strength-developer…

Cable Straight Arm Pull-Down

Cable Straight Arm Pull-Down This exercise works the back well and the triceps muscles assist with the movement. The exercise should not be performed using heavy weights as doing so will compromise its effectiveness. STEP…

Cable Seated Low Row

Cable Seated Low Row This is a very good back exercise that also isolates the upper back effectively when you retract the shoulder blades during the movement. The eccentric part of the movement also stretches…

Cable Seated High Row

Cable Seated High Row This simple but extremely effective exercise works the back muscles that also help with posture. It is vital both that correct posture is maintained and that the weights used are not…

Barbell Bent Over Row

Barbell Bent Over Row STEP 1. With your feet shoulder-width apart and your knees bent roughly 15 to 30 degrees, keep your torso straight with a slight arch in your back as you lean forward…

Back Squat

Back Squat This exercise is an effective one for developing leg strength and also works the upper-body stabilizing muscles. It requires a reasonable amount of strength and stability. STEP 1. Stand with your feet hip-distance…