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Barbell bench press exercise illustration

Barbell bench press exercise illustration

Decline hammer grip dumbbell bench press. A compound exercise. Target muscle: Sternal (Lower) Pectoralis Major. Synergistic muscles: Clavicular (Upper) Pectoralis Major, Anterior Deltoid, and Triceps Brachii.

Decline hammer grip dumbbell bench press. A compound exercise. Target muscle: Sternal (Lower) Pectoralis Major. Synergistic muscles: Clavicular (Upper) Pectoralis Major, Anterior Deltoid, and Triceps Brachii.

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Real life right here!! I don't trust people that dogs don't like/that don't like dogs...

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Barbell lunge. Another brilliant compound exercise for developing unilateral lower-body functional strength! Target muscles: Quadriceps (Vastus Lateralis, Vastus Intermedius, Vastus Medialis, Rectus Femoris). Synergists: Gluteus Maximus, Adductor Magnus, and Soleus.

Barbell lunge. Another brilliant compound exercise for developing unilateral lower-body functional strength! Target muscles: Quadriceps (Vastus Lateralis, Vastus Intermedius, Vastus Medialis, Rectus Femoris). Synergists: Gluteus Maximus, Adductor Magnus, and Soleus.

© Sasham | Dreamstime.com - Exercising for bodybuilding. Double twist on the bench

© Sasham | Dreamstime.com - Exercising for bodybuilding. Double twist on the bench

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Emily and Victor Corpse Bride | Victor & Emily - corpse-bride Fan Art

Close neutral grip lat pull-down

Close neutral grip lat pull-down

Incline straight leg and hip raise

Incline straight leg and hip raise

Hyperextension. A compound exercise for back, legs, and glutes. Visit site and watch the video to learn the difference between a hyperextension, back extension, and hip extension. Target muscles: Erector Spinae and Gluteus Maximus. Synergists: Hamstrings, and Adductor Magnus.

Hyperextension. A compound exercise for back, legs, and glutes. Visit site and watch the video to learn the difference between a hyperextension, back extension, and hip extension. Target muscles: Erector Spinae and Gluteus Maximus. Synergists: Hamstrings, and Adductor Magnus.