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To achieve your goals, you should follow these training principles:

  • Train your Muscles. The more muscles you build, the more energy, and therefore body fat, you burn. This is not about bodybuilding and just pumping your muscles, but about becoming stronger, leaner and fitter.
  • Train Complex. To activate a maximum number of muscles, you have to do basic compound exercises like Bench Press, Squat or Dead Lift or choose from a variety of Bodyweight Exercises. Isolated training of body parts should be done only occasionally.
  • Use Free Weights. A functional training requires the use of Free Weights, because here you have to activate more stabilizing muscles and therefore improve not only you strength and co-ordination but also your body perception.
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Most Viewed Exercises

1. 67229 views Good Morning Exercise
2. 55144 views Row, Bent-over
3. 46571 views Bench Press

 
4. Renegade Row, Push-up | Back, General | Pectoralis Major, Sternal | Triceps Brachii (46383 views)
 
5. Dead Lift | Gluteus Maximus (45837 views)
 
6. Reverse Fly, Bent-over | Deltoid, Posterior (45591 views)
 
7. Renegade Row | Back, General (42918 views)
 
8. Reverse Fly, Standing | Deltoid, Posterior (41567 views)
 
9. Butterfly Reverse | Deltoid, Posterior (41072 views)
 
10. Dead Lift, Stiff Legs | Erector Spinae (38273 views)
 

Best Rated Exercises

 
1 rating Lateral Raise
 
1 rating Dip, Narrow Grip

 
4. Lunge | Quadriceps (5)
 
5. Chin-up | Latissimus Dorsi (5)
 
6. Dip | Triceps Brachii (5)
 
7. Full Squat, Front | Quadriceps (5)
 
8. Pushdown, Reverse Grip | Triceps Brachii (5)
 
9. Dip, Triceps | Triceps Brachii (4.9)
 
10. Crunch, Seated | Rectus Abdominis (4.9)
 



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