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How to train rear deltoids using Face PullsHow to train rear deltoids using Face Pulls

How to train rear deltoids using Face Pulls

How to train rear deltoids using Face Pulls? viseable isolation of posterior (rear) shoulder (deltoid) head with effective movement pattern called a Face Pull. For More…www.quinnbodyandperformance.com

How to perform pec deck flyes for bigger, better chest developmentHow to perform pec deck flyes for bigger, better chest development

How to perform pec deck flyes for bigger, better chest development

How do you perform pec deck flyes for bigger, better chest development. mimic this movement pattern, shoulder blades back, elbows tucked underneath hands 15%, wrists stay locked (neutral), hug a tree with your elbow, slow and strict…
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How to perform a Bent Over Barbell RowHow to perform a Bent Over Barbell Row

How to perform a Bent Over Barbell Row

How do you perform a Bent Over Barbell Row? note the stance….called a Universal Position and the basis for many athletic and resistance training bases of support… pull through the elbows not the hands, stomach pulled down to the bar, sternum extended…ouch, PMS wife referral at end!

How to do Unilateral leg presses to restore postureHow to do Unilateral leg presses to restore posture

How to do Unilateral leg presses to restore posture

How do you do Unilateral (single leg ) leg presses to restore posture? Many lifters athletes have a dominant , stronger, bigger leg. This causes dissymmetry in the hips, legs, from an aesthetic and athletic perspective. Feet placed neutral (straight ), heel lower, knee into ball of foot up. More at quinnbodyandperformance.com


Posturally correct leg press (neutral feet!)Posturally correct leg press (neutral feet!)

Posturally correct leg press (neutral feet!)

Former NYC teacher turned business owner w/ strict strong leg press with proper foot placement for an athlete or a “mirror-oriented” aesthetic lifter.

Triceps PushdownTriceps Pushdown

Triceps Pushdown

You have to keep the shoulder blades back (retract) and in this case,  hours, years in front of a PC, leading to thoracic rounding makes this that much more challenging.

Like thumb over, and minimal wrist (the mobility link) and focus on the elbow flexion and elbow extension ( stability link ) and disengaging the front delts (minimizing shoulder complex pulling forward per the last 2 reps).


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