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    CHIN UP EXERCISE You just need an overhead bar to do chin-up exercise. Use a close grip to work on your biceps. As you move up, make sure that your legs are crossed and they don’t touch the ground when you move down. Go to a park or find another place where you can grab ahold of a higher spot and pull your body weight up and off the ground. This will tax your arms and upper back, giving you a great upper body workout without any equipment at all.

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  The basic Box Squat with exercise.  In the video above we demonstrate the squat exercise using a plyometrics box. You can also use a chair as a marker for this exercise if you wish, this will make sure that you constantly reach the same level.  This exercise is excellent for shaping the top of your legs whilst firming the buttocks. You can also incorporate the abs in this exercise just contract and tense the abdominal when performing the movement.

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  Perform a full squat and you risk making your knee worse.   However, if you only go down about a quarter of the way, you’ll start to strengthen the muscles that support your knee, which are namely your thighs and hamstrings. Bend further down to the floor until you reach your limit. Pause then return to start position as shown in Video.   Directions 1. Place your feet at shoulder width apart. Pull your shoulder blades back. 2. Slowly bend your knees and lower your body. Try and keep your back neutral and straight throughout exercise.  3. When your...

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  The adductors are a rather large group of muscles situated on the medial (inner) side of the thigh. They originate at the nethermost extremity of the hip bone and spread down the interior of the thigh, fastening to the medial segment of the femur. There are five primary constituents of the adductor group. The pectineus is the utmost superior adductor. In addition to the pectineus, there is the gracilis, which fastens from the pubis symphysis to the tibia underneath the knee and forms the inner thigh, but is fairly weak in comparison to the pectineus. There are three muscles...

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Lifting weights slowly is a great way for your muscles to gain strength, but is not a great way for the muscles to increasing with size. The reason why slower exercise is for increase in strength and not size is mainly because of the way our muscle fibres work. In order for you to grow muscle you need to activate more muscle fibres, in order to activate more fibres you need to do more explosive exercises like compound weight lifting movements (clean & snatch). These exercises use more muscle fibres and explosive weights combine with movements will give you greater muscular gains increase the muscle mass, and  faster...

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