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The ANATOMY of Wide Grip and Close-Grip Seated Cable Row
The ANATOMY of Wide Grip and Close-Grip Seated Cable Row

A seated row is an exercise where the purpose is to strengthen the muscles that draw the rower’s arms toward the body (latissimus dorsi) as well as those that retract the scapulae (trapezius and rhomboids) and those that support the spine (erector spinae). When done on a rowing machine, rowing also exercises muscles that extend Read More…

9 Strength Training Workouts for the Back Muscle ANATOMY
9 Strength Training Workouts for the Back Muscle ANATOMY

The back is one of the most neglected body parts when it comes to routine workouts. It is used in almost every activity you perform, especially lifting, so it is worth taking the time to exercise it properly to keep it supple and healthy. Exercising your back will improve muscle definition, posture and core strength, Read More…

Top 8 Leg Workout ANATOMY
Top 8 Leg Workout ANATOMY

A complete lower body workout involves more than one exercise in order to tone and shape the buttocks and legs you must perform moves that can work these muscles at all angles. The best leg workouts are the ones that incorporate added weights to burn excess calories and tone muscles more quickly than using body Read More…

9 Different Butt Workout for Women Anatomy
9 Different Butt Workout for Women Anatomy

A tight toned butt is on every woman’s wish list. However, performing hundreds of squats every day isn’t enough to raise your derrière and give you significant results. The gluteal region consists of three sets of muscles that must be toned in order to lift your butt, shrink your hips and stop unsightly jiggling. The following Read More…