The flat bench press involves both portions of the pectoralis major muscle but focuses on the lower (sternal) head as well as the anterior deltoid muscle.
An incline elevates the shoulders and lowers the pelvis as if reclining in a chair; this variation emphasizes anterior deltoids with little emphasis at the upper (clavicular) head of the pectoralis major.
Smith Machine / Squat Rack is perfect for gym with limited floor area or home use. Smith machine allows you to exercise alone with relatively little allowing you to push for few more reps with confidence. Smith Machines are a good alternative or addition to anyone wishing to add squatting, bench pressing, seated shoulder pressing, movements into their...
The leg press is a weight training exercise in which the individual pushes a weight or resistance away from them using their legs. The term leg press also refers to the apparatus used to perform this exercise. The leg press can be used to evaluate an athlete's overall lower body strength (from knee joint to hip).
Hip belt squats unique is that they offer a loaded bilateral squatting pattern without loading the spine, making it an appealing option for working around injuries. Back-pain sufferers often struggle with the spinal compression and shear that comes from axial loading. Hip belt squats circumvent this as the hips and legs take on the lion's share of the load.
If you want to develop big arms, start from working out on triceps. You’ll be surprised how quickly you can develop strength doing dips with our machine. The depth of the dip at our machine is what makes it so effective. Adjustable brace and press out some seriously heavy-duty dips. Alternative to regular dips.
Adjustable Lying Bench Row adjusts either end for varying row positions. The primary mover for this exercise is your latissimus dorsi, or lats. Your rhomboids work to maintain the contraction in your shoulder blades, and your trapezius, erector spinae, rear deltoids and biceps all help with the lifting motion. Bench row will improve your bench press mark....