The elbow lever is a position where the body is held up horizontal to the ground. But unlike the planche (where there is NO support along the length of the body), the elbow lever uses one’s elbows as a resting and balancing point for the body. This makes the skill much easier than a planche. An elbow lever - It’s a fairly simple skill really. The Hands You’ll want to put your hands down on the ground about shoulder width apart, with the fingers pointing to the side, or even slightly backwards. The Elbow Stab What’s this about stabbing? As you can see from the picture above, you’ll be placing your elbows to either side of the middle. The picture below shows a single elbow stab into the correct position. ۬If you were to take one arm and stretch it across your body like so, then you can easily find the correct position. Of course, this is also a good stretch to do if you find inflexibility is making the elbow stab difficult. The Start The End
What Are The Best Foods And Supplements For Bulking?The Question: Winter is approaching which means it's the perfect time to begin bulking. We can finally trade in our cuts for some quality mass and strength. If we start now we can get a quality 5 or 6 months of bulking before cutting for the summer. What is the best bulking diet? What are some of the best foods for bulking? What are the best supplements for bulking? How long should one bulk before they begin to cut? Do you think it's better to bulk for longer periods of time (6 months), and then cut, or bulk for shorter periods of time (6 weeks), and then cut? Bonus Question: Are you going to be bulking during the fall/winter? Show off your knowledge to the world! The Winners: Prizes:1st place - 75 in store credit. 2nd place - 50 in store credit. 3rd place - 25 in store credit. To use your credit, e-mail Will @ email@example.com for more info. 1st Place - Blink41View This Author's BodySpace Here. Bulking is my favorite part of bodybuilding. 1. 2. 3. Which Type Of Bulking Is Better? Protein:
4 Great Core Exercises To Help Flatten Your Abs « Don't Eat DirtEveryone wants flatter abs, and a lot of people try to “spot reduce” by doing ab exercises to try to get them. The problem is, you aren’t going to lose fat from your midsection by doing 1,000 crunches. It’s just not going to happen. What I like to do instead is Core Exercises. 7 Reasons Core Exercises are good for your personal training routine: Core exercises improve your balance and stabilityCore exercises don’t require specialized bulky equipmentCore exercises can help tone your absStronger core muscles make it easier to do almost all other physical activitiesCore exercises can be done at your own paceCore exercises can be done from the comfort of your own homeCore exercises can help you reach plenty of your other fitness goals Now it’s time for the workout. Breathe freely and deeply during each exercise. Click on the exercise name to see a video demonstration of the exercise. Key points – Exhale while raising your body. Place all your focus on the lower abdominal area contracting.
Maximize Your Results: Part 4!Note: This is part 4, click here for part one, 'Getting Started'! click here for part two, 'Nutrition'! click here for part three, 'Supplementation'! click here for part five, 'Pre-Contest Preparation'! Walk into almost any gym in your area and you will see as much confusion as to how to incorporate cardio into a fat reduction program as you would see in the mass confusion of how to weight train correctly. Low-intensity, high-intensity, short duration, long duration, cardio on an empty stomach, etc. The list is endless. To understand the information presented to you fully, let us first examine the three main benefits of incorporating cardio into your fitness program: Of the utmost importance is the fact that cardio enhances our cardiovascular health, but I realize that the majority of you that are reading this article have a great deal of desire to incorporate cardio for the first reason listed - fat burning. Who Should Do Cardio? Simple answer... How Do You Do That? Frequency Of Cardio:
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