Single arm dumbbell rows are compound free-weight exercises that use many of your upper-body muscles. Similar to the bent-over barbell row, the supported position commonly used in the dumbbell version places less stress on your lower back and may be a safer option for anyone with lower back issues. This exercise works the middle back including the Latissimus-Dorsi, biceps, triceps, trapezius, rhomboids, and erector spinae. Watch the Video >>
Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat The rear foot elevated split squat, often referred to as the Bulgarian Split Squat is an excellent exercise for both the anterior and posterior muscles of your legs; quadriceps, hamstrings and gluteal. This exercise is excellent for athlete, as it requires stability and strength from the lead leg, [ ]
Member Reinhardt Seyffertitz is demonstrating our exercise of the month: The Push Up. The Basic Push-up trains your chest, shoulders, triceps, and core. nother benefit of body-weight training is that it’s low-impact. As a result, you can train more frequently than if you were using heavy weights, and the more often you work out, [ ]
Visit our blog to learn how to do a proper #pull-up from #Auburn #Fit1 member Reinhardt Seyffertitz.
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Member Reinhardt Seyffertitz is demonstrating our exercise of the month. The pullup will work at building your back, arms, chest and shoulders. When you do a pullup, you engage your lats, mid-back, rear delts, biceps, forearms, and core.
Want to see more arm muscle growth from your #strengthtraining? Try this month’s Exercise to Notice – the drag curl.
Learn how to do a proper Barbell Drag Curl by reading this blog post and watching the #exercisevideo demonstration from an #Auburn #Fit1 member! #barbellexercise