Information hands in the simulator butterfly – useful exercise on testosterone cypionate injection cycle. Exercise information hands in the simulator butterfly (peck-deck), pumps the inner edge and middle part of the pectoralis major muscle. Separates and imparts “striation” to the muscles of the chest. Isolation exercise.
Details in the Peck-Deck simulator add striosity to the chest muscles; allocate their inner edges, clearly separating the left and right pectoralis major muscles in the center of the body.
The strength of the muscles involved in the exercise plays an important role in sports such as gymnastics (especially when working out exercises on rings and a free-style program on the mat), in boxing (various hooks), in baseball (punches to the right), as well as various punches to the side with an open racket in tennis, squash and badminton.
Technique of the exercise: information hands in the simulator butterfly
1. Adjust the height of the seat (and / or arms) of the Peck-Deck so that when you hold the handles, the upper parts of the arms are flush with the shoulders, and the forearms and elbows are tightly pressed against the soft, resistant arm pads.
2. Sit straight and press your back and head against the back of the testosterone cypionate injection. Place the legs wider than the shoulders so that the feet are strictly below the knees (the angle at the knees is straight).
3. Inhale and, holding your breath, adjust the palm rest in front of your chest. Exhale when you overcome the most difficult part of the movement.
4. As soon as you get your elbows as close as possible (the highest point of the exercise), pause for 1-2 seconds and try to tighten your chest muscles even more.
5. Slightly relax the muscles of the chest and let the arms gently spread their elbows until they are in line with the shoulders or just behind the back (lower point).
6. Reaching the lower point, stop and again elbows.
1. Do not spread your elbows over the shoulder line if your shoulder joint is not flexible enough or if your chest muscles are weak and non-elastic. Leaning the elbows behind your back creates an excessive load on the shoulder joint and is fraught with injury.
2. In order not to damage the shoulder joint and, at the same time, to maximally load the chest muscles, in no case do not relax them in the negative phase (when you are keeping your elbows and returning to the lower point of the exercise).
3. Inhalation and breath-holding during convergence strengthens the position of the torso and increases strength. “Keep your back pressed tightly against the back of the simulator. This stabilizes the torso and gives strength to the chest muscles.