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The Basic Exercise Movement Breakdown

Here’s a guest post on training mechanics from Logan Christopher. You probably should know him for his feats of strength. If not then you should take a closer look at this guy. He knows what he’s talking about. – AZ

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Many people have trouble figuring out how to integrate different tools into their workouts. I do not, and by the end of this article you shouldn’t either. Or they go a long ways with neglecting a major movement group in the human body.

As an example in the workout I just finished up today I worked on heavy deadlifts in a full range of motion and partials, frog stand presses up into a handstand, a progression towards the one arm chin, and finished with L-sits.

As you’ll see this one workout hit the major muscles and movements of the body. So let’s break it down. Continue reading

The Best Exercise for Huge Legs

Tom Platz

It seems that nobody likes to train legs nowadays. People in commercial gyms can do several things:

– socialize

– bench

– work their biceps

– work their abz

– work their biceps from different angle

– work their abz some more with the faith to see them someday and etc.

It’s a HUGE mistake to neglect legs in your training. Legs are 60% of your body. Training legs is a fast track to getting big (remember 20-rep routines?). Anyway, who wants those toothpicks? Why not to have the entire package? Legs must be trained as hard as the rest of your body. It’s a no-brainer.

Look at the picture above. This is Tom Platz. He was possessor of the most impressive legs in bodybuilding (and by ‘bodybuilding’ I mean those times when it was a sport of masculinity, beauty and grace).

How did he manage to obtain such legs? He had one secret exercise in his arsenal. Continue reading