Reader Comments

by krcs fcju (2019-12-12)

Zylophin RX The biceps femoral or thigh biceps is the thigh muscle of the posterior group and is not so easy to pump. And in principle, leg training is not such an easy activity for amateurs and beginners who take up training after a hard day, exhausted and tired. And to overcome leg training without squats, without heavy robots, will certainly not work. And who told you that replacing squats with bench presses and leg extensions is a great way out ?! But there is still a way out Let's divide the leg workout into two workouts per week. So, for example, on Monday, we will take up the quadriceps, and after three / four days we will work on the biceps of the thigh. By Monday, there are no questions: we perform squats, lunges, leg presses, extension, hack squats and so on. How do we pump hip biceps ?! The question is what exercises to choose for training. We stand straight, bending the knees a little, the toes of the feet are slightly turned in different directions, the legs are shoulder-width apart. Hold the bar of the bar near the front of your thigh. We perform a tilt, while the bar should make a sliding movement along the line of the legs, while the pelvis goes strictly back. We make a stop of movement at the moment when the bar is at a distance of 8-10 centimeters below the patella. Do not slouch, keep your back straight so as not to lower the bar low and not to lose equipment. At the time of straightening the body, the pelvis should not go forward, the weight should go to the heels. Returning to the starting position, statistically tighten the buttocks.

Critical Literacy: Theories and Practices is a non-commercial initiative committed to the ethical dissemination of academic research and educational thinking. CLTP acknowledges the thoughtful dedication of authors, editors and reviewers to develop and promote this open journal initiative. The journal receives copy-editing sponsorship from the Faculty of Education at the University of Oulu, Finland. CLTP has previously received  copy editing support from the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice at the University of Nottingham, UK.