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Incline Dumbbell Curl 0

Incline Dumbbell Curl

Incline dumbbell curl is an isolation exercise for targeting the biceps specially long head. Since the long head of the...

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Barbell Curl 0

Barbell Curl

Barbell curl is one effective exercise to enhance the muscles in your arm. Normally, whenever you lift weights, it puts...

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Deadlift

DeadLift Deadlift is a great exercise  which targets many of the major muscle groups of the body in a very...

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Dumbbell Shoulder Press

Dumbbell Shoulder Press Dumbbell Shoulder Press hits the lateral deltoids more intensely than barbell shoulder press movements. The end results include better developed outer...

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Lat PullDown

Lat PullDown Lat pulldown is a popular means of strengthening the back with shoulder and arm muscles. This exercise offers...

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Dumbbell Side Lateral Raise

Dumbbell Side Lateral Raise Dumbbell Side Lateral Raise is an excellent movement for developing the middle head of the deltoid....

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Front Dumbbell Raise

Front Dumbbell Raise Front Dumbbell Raise is a great exercise to include in your shoulder workout to hit the front head of...

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Decline Bench Press

Decline Bench Press Decline Bench Press develops the mass and strength of the pectoral muscles (specially lower regions) and front deltoids. The decline angle...

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Dumbbell Flyes / Fly

Dumbbell Flyes Dumbbell Flyes develops the mass and strength of the pectoral muscles. Dumbbell flyes are an isolation exercise. This means only...

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Incline Bench Press 0

Incline Bench Press

Incline Bench Press Incline Bench Press develops the mass and strength of the pectoral muscles (specially upper regions) and front deltoids. The...

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