Screenshot from GTA San Andreas or Android photo?
Had a good chat with a mate today about bodybuilding being an unhealthy sport. It's not due to drug usage but the body dismorphia that comes with the idea of being judged on your physique. You're not big enough, lean enough, your disproportionate or not symmetrical. A constant look at yourself and noticing flaws no one else would see. We are our own harshest critic.
Society also does not help. The amount of times I've been told that my goal physique is "ugly", "no one will like you if you look like that", "thats disgusting and not attractive". I can't imagine what some of these professions get told in public. What makes you think that we do this for anyone other than ourselves. Some may start for that or still train for that but shitting on someone's dreams because you don't like it ruins people mentally.
I bet that every "fitness" model on insta hates their body to some extent. We are never happy until the day people stop judging us, then we'll stop doing it to ourselves. Until then, know that goals will anyways change, so start using it as motivation rather than degradation and don't let others dictate what you want to do.
Easier said than done. .
Supino Reto - Trabalha o peitoral por completo (dando um certo foco para a parte medial-inferior do peitoral). --------------
Supino Inclinado - Dá uma "pequena" ênfase na parte clavicular (superior) do peitoral. Por consequência, exige mais do Deltoide Anterior.
Supino Declinado - Trabalha a porção inferior-medial do peitoral.
Qual o melhor?
Diversas pesquisas indicam que há pouca diferença entre eles. Usa-se mais o Supino Reto, o meio termo entre todos. Quão mais você inclina o banco, mais pegará a parte clavicular e o deltoide anterior. Quão mais você declina, menos o deltoide é utilizado.
📑 Tenha como base o Supino Reto e use o Inclinado como 2° exercício para dar uma pequena ênfase na parte superior
Bench Press - Works the chest full.
Inclined Bench - "Small" emphasis on the clavicular (upper) part of the chest. Consequently, it requires more of the Anterior Deltoid.
Declined Bench - Works the lower-medial portion of the chest.
There is little difference between them. The Bench Press is the middle ground between all. The more you tilt the seat, the longer you will pick up the clavicular and anterior deltoid. The more you decline, the less the deltoid is used.
📑 Use the Bench Press as a base and use the Inclined as 2nd exercise to give a little emphasis on the upper part.
Any exercise or physical activity that gets the heart rate up and the blood flowing and releases endorphins is going to raise your energy level. Good cardiovascular exercises will strengthen your heart and give you more stamina.
Exercise helps prevent and improve a number of health problems, including high blood pressure, diabetes and arthritis. Research on depression, anxiety and exercise shows that the psychological and physical benefits of exercise can also help improve mood and reduce anxiety.
It isn't bad to work out every day. Doing some form of physical activity each day is smart when you're trying to slim down. But if you want to lose weight, repeating the same workout mode, intensity, or duration day after day won't work. ... On the remaining days, mix in a cycling workout and a day of walk/run intervals.
Testing out the @the_bench_buddy this week at the gym
The peaked pad gives a supported shoulder arc so that you can safely go to depth without compromising your shoulder
I’ve had major issues with my shoulders over the years and so this is a nice option to have
The pad is on the Gym floor for any member to use so please do try it out and tag @the_bench_buddy with your feedback
This is the prototype version so any feedback you can give to improve the product are welcome