The ultimate beginners go-to exercises
Machine exercises are great for beginniners as they limit the range of motion and prevention from injury. Machine exercises are excellent for hotels, home gyms or drop setting when you dont want to spend time changing the plates on the barbell.
|Picture||Name of Machine Exercise|
|T-Bar Rows |
Stand on a block with legs bent and bend forward at the waist. Grab teh T-Bar with either a wide or narrow grip and keep your head up. By bending your arms, lift the bar stra...
Hold the chin-up bar with palms facing forward with a wide grip. Hang from the bar (you may have to bend your knees to do so). Pull you body up until the your neck meets the ...
|Reverse Grip Chinups |
Hold the chin-up bar with palms facing you with a shoulder width grip. Hang from the bar (you may have to bend your knees to do so). Pull you body up until the your neck meets ...
|Machine Bench Press(Vertical Press) Start with your back firmly against the pad. While having the weights around your nipples (in height) push the weight out with your lower back firmly against the pad. Complete th...|
|Machine Flyes (Pec Deck) |
Sit facing away from the machine, holding the handles or with your arms behind the pads. Your arms should be parallel with the floor and in line with your body. Bring your ar...
|Smith Machine Incline Press Start by making sure you are comfortable underneath a bar with the weight around your upper chest (make sure this is comfortable). Now raise the weight and if you ever need a spot...|
|Machine Back Extensions Start with the pad against the middle of your shoulder blades. Some machines have a seat belt that you can use to strap yourself in. Lean back with your lower back and then relax...|
|Machine Military or Shoulder Press Sit comfortably on a ball making sure your knees are ninety degrees to the floor and you are in the middle of the ball. Start with the weight at your side above your head (as show...|
|Machine Military Press (Shoulder Press) Start by sitting in the machine with your back flat against the back of the pad. Now with your hands out gripping the pads raise the machine straight up. Once you reach the top s...|
|Machine Rear Deltoid Laterals |
Sit on a Pec Deck machine facing the back pad. Either grasp the handles or place your arms behind the arm pads. Bring your arms back as far as comfortable and hold. Reverse ...
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|6 Exercise Machines You Could Do Without||THE SMITH MACHINE The myth: This machine—which looks like a squat rack with a built-in bar that runs on guides—gives you all the benefits of squats, but none of the risk that comes from holding a heavy barbell across your back. That’s because t...|
|Chest fat!||hey, im 16 5'11 bout 120lbs and i have slight but noticeable pectorial fat (man-boobs ^_^) anything i can do to get rid of them? preferably i'm thinking of some sort of upper body cardio exercise, but i dno....|
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