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Fitness Tips For 3/18/2015
Building Muscle Thickness
Muscles are 3-D
Anatomically muscles are 3-D, yet most guys train them as if they
were only two-dimensional. Most guys focus on training the muscle and
seeing how it looks from the front. Some real ambitious guys also do
the back. But to truly work the body, you have to realize the muscle
is three dimensional in nature.
Vince Gironda got this, and wrote that a muscle has four sides. And
it does – front and back, and both sides. Those who fail to realize
this also fail to maximize the development of their physique.
The key here is depth. Working that third dimension brings depth to
the body. Arnold once noted that depth could be the determining
factor between two different bodybuilders. And he had a cure for the
problem, particularly for the upper torso.
What did Arnold use to add that third dimension to his upper body?
The bent lateral raise. The bent lateral raise works the rear
deltoid, a muscle that adds real impressive depth to the body. The
rear deltoid sits up high and on the backside of the upper torso.
Unfortunately almost no one works this area. When you do work on it
you create real depth – three dimensions emerge in your physique.
Bent Lateral Work
To make this work, prioritize the bent lateral raise and put it at
the front part of your shoulder routine. Perform five sets of 8-10
repetitions for the best workout. And realize that you don't have to
keep your arm straight when working this region; a bent arm works
just as well and allows you to employ substantial weight to boot. So
add this unique movement into your training routine and get some
depth going in your body.
Lower Body Depth
For the lower body, the squat works well for bringing out depth. But
also include a good deal of hamstring work to add real depth. For
great results try the single-leg hamstring machine and work the
hamstrings hard with five sets.
You can add depth to your body and build a 3-D appearance, but it is
something you will have to deliberately do as these results don't
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