Welcome, today we are in arnhem, papendal. Beautiful calisthenics park. Today we will do a new kind of tutorial. An indepth workout tutorial. We going to show you what exactly we do. What exercises and how much rest.
So we will start soon with the first exercise I am going to do backday today. I’ve already done a pushday Oke, chestday. We going to do four different exercises. Regular dips.
Pushups. Diamond pushups. Tricep extensions. We work in sets, not in rounds. You going to use weights for resistance? And ofcourse this workout will be weighted.
We will use 2010 kg weights this workout. He will also. Yes around that weight amount. We going to do the 2nd set of dips. 12 reps with 20kg 60 seconds rest.
We rest between exercises at the moment. Next exercise will be diamond pushups. The next exercise is diamond pushups. 4 sets + 10kg. 810 slow reps. (come on!).
The next exercise that we will perform is for triceps. Triceps extensions. 4 sets of 12 reps. (slow) We will help eachother with put resistance. (Help with resistance?) Yes help with resistance.
End of our workout! Bamake the outro. oke Workout is done for today. I’ve done backday. With weights ( Weighted pullups).
They’ve done weighted pushups. It all goes well. and ofcourse like and subscribe. Thumbs up if you want to see more! If you liked this tutorial let us know in the comment section! Then we will make more tutorials like this in the future!.
Powerful Lats Top 3 Exercises for a wide back
What’s up guys! in this tutorial i’ll show you how i work out my lats or wings or whatever you like to call them. The lats are used in various pull movements and in this tutorial I’ll show you my top 3 personal favorite exercises for really getting the lats worked out properly. Before showing of these exercises i want to point out that MIND TO MUSCLE connection is extremely important! Especially when wanting to focus on a muscle like the lats since a lot of.
Different muscle groups are involved when working on the pull movements. like you could be doing thousands of wide pull ups without seeing any results if you don’t do it right let’s go. This is a really great exercise for beginners who can’t do pullups yet. When doing the Australian pull up it’s really important to retract your shoulder blades (scapula). Perform the exercise controlled with mind to muscle. Focus on using your.
Lats and your back as much as you can. instead of your biceps. First you want to retract and depress your scapula just like in the australian pull ups. If you don’t know what it means, it means pulling your shoulder blades down and bringing your chest forward. You want to go all the way down but still keep a slight bend in the elbow.
So you don’t hurt your joints especially if you’re a beginner. Now this one there are many discussions about, but my advice for really activating your lats and your back, is to lean back when doing this exercise. This might be a bit exaggerated but it’s just to illustrate the movement. For me it helps focusing on using your lats and your back. And you don’t want to just go up and down.
Like this. You want to focus mind to muscle! Focus on bringing your elbows to your hips. Not your hands to your shoulders like if you wanted to train your biceps. And it’s not because you can learn not to use your biceps at all, but you’re just focusing more on your lats. All front lever progressions are great depending on your strengths of great.
After doing these i really feel like my whole back and especially my lats has been worked on a lot. My personal favorite is the straddle front lever raises, but you could also do tucked front lever pull ups front lever with one legs out This exercise is also really good.
Tt may look a bit silly but it really activate your lats and it’s an important progression for the front lever as well. Thanks for watching this tutorial! Like comment subscribe if you liked the tutorial! Also I want to point out that merchandise is going online soon at my website here! At the website you can submit your email if you want to get notified when it releases. And thank you so much for all your support. It really.