After we did the first superset from this Old School Chest and Back Workout, we need to get on to the next superset!
The next superset will be like this:
Second chest exercise: incline bench press. this is an upper body strength training exercise that consists of pressing a weight upwards from a supine position. The exercise works the pectoralis major as well as supporting chest, arm, and shoulder muscles such as the anterior deltoids,serratus anterior, coracobrachialis, scapulae fixers, trapezius, and the triceps. A barbell is generally used to hold the weight, but a pair of dumbbells can also be used. It’s the same as the flat bench press, but of course, you use an incline bench press
You need to perform 12-15 reps with a proper weight.
After you do all the reps, move straight to the second back exercise.
The second back exercise is LAT PULL DOWNS. The pulldown exercise is a strength training exercise designed to develop the latissimus dorsi muscle. It performs the functions of downward rotation and depression of the scapulae combined with adduction and extension of the shoulder joint.
The cable lat pulldown is done where the handle is moved via a cable pulley, as opposed to doing pulldowns on a leverage machine. The starting position involves sitting at the machine with the thighs braced, back straight and feet flat on the floor. The arms are held overhead at full extension, grasping a bar connected to the weight stack. The movement is initiated by pulling the elbows down and back, lowering the bar to the neck, and completed by returning to the initial position.
Perform 12-15 reps with a proper form and weight.
This would be the second superset. You need to execute 4 supersets with these exercises then move on to the last superset.
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