The barbell is one of the best pieces of equipment available for growing and strengthening the glutes. It really cannot be compared to the kettlebell or the dumbbell purely for the fact that the barbell hip thrust is the key exercise that can be used to load the glutes with very heavy loads. On top of that there is the fact that it can be targeted with other exercises that do not specifically target the glutes. Here we have provided the 6 best exercises you can add to your training programme to both gain muscle in and strengthen the glute muscles.
There is no doubt that the barbell is the most effective piece of equipment when you’re training to get strong. Exercise selection can be difficult when there is an endless amount of options, that is why we made curated the top four barbell exercises you should be using in your strength training regime.
It’s really important for baseball players to be in peak condition to not only perform at the best of their ability but also to insure they can mitigate injury. In this article we provide 5 barbell exercises you should consider adding into your strength and conditioning routine.
There really is no secret to mass gain, it involves a lot of work and a lot of patience and then a lot more work and a lot more patience. Completing high repetitions of these barbell movement below on a consistent basis will massively help you in your endeavour to grow muscles.
Finding the correct stance for your squat will allow you to build a base of strength in one of the fundamental movement patterns done in the weight room. It’s important to take your time and find what works best for you.
Barbell complexes are an excellent way to build high amounts of volume into very short periods of time and can be a great tool to mix up and add variety to the standard training regime you might follow. They should be added with caution as they can accumulate very large amounts of fatigue, so only attempt them if you feel very competent with the exercises you’re putting into the complex.
Training the traps can be difficult if all you have access to is dumbbells. Thankfully there is a lot of carry over from hinge variations to the traps, so a lot of these variations primarily train the hinge but as a secondary effect will create a stimulus in the traps.
Training the erector spinae is an important part of any fitness routine. Often times we do not think about specifically working this muscle group and instead progress the posterior chain using the hinge movement pattern. All the movements outlines below are hinge movements that will allow you to train your erector spinae using dumbbells.
The dumbbell is an excellent way to train the core, but coming up with multiple different variations to train your obliques can be a challenge. The great news is if you’re training at home with just dumbbells there are so many variations you can use to train your obliques.
Dumbbells are one of the most effective tools for building both strength and muscle in all muscle groups. That’s why they are so ubiquitous in all gyms worldwide. Here we offer three exercises for each muscle group so you can build your own full-body resistance training sessions.