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DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE?⁣ Ladies, because you loved my last ‘do you know the difference?’ post, I decided to create another one for you - but this time focusing on some common gym exercises. These exercises may seem the same, but they are actually working different areas of the muscle. You can choose which variation is best for you, based on what your fitness goals are. 💪⁣ ⁣ ✅Pull-ups overhand vs Pull-ups neutral: Both of these are great exercises for building strength in your upper body. Pull-ups work a wide range of muscle groups, including your biceps, triceps, obliques, and traps - but the main muscles worked are your lats (Latissimus dorsi). A neutral grip pull-up will also work these same muscles, but focuses more on your biceps throughout the movement. ⁣ ⁣ ✅Glute bridge with resistance band vs Glute bridge without resistance band: While both of these are the same exercise and work your glutes (gluteus maximus), by adding a resistance band to your glute bridge you will engage and work the outside of your glutes (gluteus medius) more. ⁣ ⁣ ✅Side raise vs Front raise: Your shoulders actually have three parts: your front, middle and rear deltoid. Front raises target your front deltoid, while side raises mainly target your middle deltoid.⁣ ⁣ #BBGcommunity, let me know which variations you prefer and why! 👇⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣ #BBG #BBGstronger #workoutvideos #doyouknowthedifference