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Flexuline Possible problems Possible problems In case of injuries of the posterior bundle of the deltoid muscle, this movement should not be done. Rear deltas are included in any version of this traction, just to varying degrees. Stretching If the hip biceps are so stiff that it cannot be tilted, you should stretch the hip biceps, roll it on the roller before you start the exercise, but to begin to perform the movement in the supine position with the stomach resting on the bench. Elbow draft If the goal is to engage the posterior deltoid muscle bundles, you should take a lower weight of weights, and not swing the body. So, leaning dumbbell traction is a good exercise for your back muscles and developing proper posture. It needs to be included in the training program regularly to supplement vertical traction. What are we doing to gain back muscle mass? That’s right, we pull the bar to the belt in a slope, we perform the deadlift in the classics, and we pull ourselves up with the weight. The thrust of a horizontal block in biomechanics resembles a thrust of a rod in an inclination, but this exercise is not for building muscle, but for designing what is already there. The movement is multi-joint, but due to the use of simulators, stabilizers, legs are turned off from it, and the abdominal muscles practically do not work. This helps to maintain a certain shape, to keep the waist thin, and to develop the outlines of the widest.

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