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Fitness Tips For 2/27/2013
Power Bodybuilding Workouts
Power bodybuilding is a combination of training for muscle mass and
shape along with strength & power which gives you the complete
Back in the good old days of bodybuilding, muscle mass, aesthetics,
shape, symmetry and general balance were the hallmarks of a great
physique. Not only that but many bodybuilders also took part in
either Olympic weight lifting or powerlifting, so they were as strong
as they looked.
To gain strength throughout your physique it is imperative that all
muscle groups are trained to the fullest extent with a wide
selection of exercises. We are only as strong as our weakest link,
it is the so-called smaller exercises that can help to strengthen
us for the multi-joint compound movements that ultimately create
real power and size gains.
If you include exercises that are low on effectiveness and/or those
that are potentially dangerous it will not only waste time but also
could compromise recovery abilities and interrupt progress. Below
is a list of the most effective exercises and their corresponding
For best results in size, strength, and balanced development it is
strongly recommended that you choose two mass builders and two
isolation movements per body part for each training session (the
exceptions being arms due to the smaller size of these muscles -
and, as a result, the greater their need for recovery - two mass
builders and one isolation movement are usually best).
For best results, choose two mass building exercises and two
Legs Mass Building Compound Movements
Stiff Legged Deadlifts
Standing Calf Raises
Isolation Movements for Legs
Seated Calf Raises
Chest Mass Building Compound Movements
Barbell Bench Press
Dumbbell Bench Press
Incline Dumbbell Press
Dips Leaning Forward
Isolation Movements for Chest
Flat Bench Flyes
Back Mass Building Compound Movements
Bent Over Barbell Rows
One-Arm Dumbbell Rows
Isolation Movements for Back
Close Grip Pulldowns
Shoulders Mass Building Compound Movements
Front Barbell (Military) Press
Isolation Movements for shoulders
Bent Lateral Raises
Triceps Mass Building Compound Movements
Lying Triceps Extensions
Straight Bar Pushdowns
Isolation Movements for triceps
One-Arm/Behind Head Dumbbell Extensions
Biceps And Forearms Mass Building Compound Movements
Standing Barbell Curl
Incline Dumbbell Curl
Reverse Barbell Curl
Isolation Movements for biceps
One-Arm Preacher Curls
However, given the importance of exercise selection and training the
individual muscles from all angles, many still encounter problems in
choosing the right exercises to use. The key here is to pick several
exercises for each body part that target the muscles as a whole and
from different angles, but not to waste time and energy on those
that are least effective toward both of these aims.
Train the compound movements heavy for low reps to build strength and
do the isolation movements lighter with high reps to get a massive
muscle building pump.
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