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Take Your Body To The Next Level
How To Build A Super Impressive Physique
By Paul Becker
You’ve been trained very hard for some years now. You’ve build up some good muscle size, and
your dieting and cardio workouts have given you some decent definition also. But you still feel like
something is missing - you look good but you want to look great!
Well, now is the time to work on your “impressive muscles”. Some muscle groups are more likely
to impress people then others, these are the muscle groups that people who have never trained
with weights have little to no development in at all. When these areas are fully developed, they
become super impressive to people on the street and even your fellow gym rats.
So if you’re ready to take your physique from merely looking good to looking amazing, then here
are the areas to work on: 1) Wider Shoulders, 2) Thicker Pecs, 3) Larger Upper Arms, 4) Smaller
Waist With Etched Abs and 5) Diamond Calves. When you have developed these to the max, you
will take on a classic refined look that will put you a step above everyone else in your gym.
OK, I know you’re excited and ready to get started, so let’s get to the workouts you’ll be doing for
for each muscle group:
1) Wider Shoulders
What you want to do it maximize your development of the lateral head of the deltoid, this is what
gives you width. Start with the Dumbbell Lateral Raise, use a weight that you can do in a slow
and controlled manner. Hold the top position for a count of two and really feel the burn in the
lateral head of your delts. Do 3 sets of 15 reps. Next is Barbell Upright Rows, keep your elbows
high and the bar close to your body, hold at the top for a count of two while flexing your
shoulders. Do 3 sets of 10 reps. To finish off your shoulders do Dumbbell Presses, keep your
elbows back and don’t lock out at the top. Do 3 sets of 6 reps.
2) Thicker Pecs
Start off with Dumbbell Flys, keeping your arms bent. Get a good stretch at the bottom and come
up like your hugging someone, do not touch the dumbbells at the top so you keep constant
tension. Do 3 sets of 15 reps. Next is the Bench Press, Keep your elbows back and
Don’t lock out at the top. Do 3 sets of 12 reps. Now Incline Dumbbell Press, while keeping your
elbows back start at the bottom with the dumbbells wide and as you press move them closer
together till then touch at the top, flex your upper pecs hard, lower and repeat. Do sets of 12 reps.
Last is Parallel Bar Dips, keep your chin on your chest and your elbows out wide, not close to you
body. Do 3 sets of 6 reps, add weight as you get stronger.
3) Larger Upper Arms
Alternating Dumbbell Curls, start off with the palms facing down and as you curl rotate the
dumbbells up so your palms are facing up. Raise your pinkly high and flex you bicep hard at the
top. Do 3 sets of 15 reps. Next do Barbell Curls, put one foot slightly forward and curl up with out
bending back. Do 3 Sets of 8 reps. Lastly do Dumbell Hammer Curls, these build the brachialis a
large muscle beneath the biceps. This is often a weak link in arm development. Many
have found that by adding specific brachialis exercises to their workouts can increase
their upper arm size by as much as one inch in a month. Do 3 sets of 10, 8 and 6 reps
adding weight each set.
Now you’ll want to hit the long head of the Triceps and this will make your arms are look huge
when standing relaxed. The First exercise is Bench Dips, place two flat benches parallel to each
other, about three to four feet apart. Using your hands to support your weight, lift your feet to the
top of the other bench so that the rest of your body is suspended between the two benches.
Slowly lower your body toward the floor by bending your elbows until your upper arms and
forearms form a right angle. Slowly rise back up to the start position by straightening your arms.
The secret is to keep your elbows back and as close as possible to each other. Do 3 sets of 12
reps. Next is Dumbbell Kickbacks, keep elbows tight to side also trying to pull them as close
together as possible. Hold and flex at the top for a count of two. Do 3 sets of 15 reps.
Lastly Tricep Pushdowns, do 3 sets of 10, 8 and 6 reps adding weight each set.
4) Smaller Waist With Etched Abs
Frog Crunches. Lie flat on your back and draw your heels up under your knees wide and out to
the sides like a frog. Place your hands with a barbell plate behind your head. Keep your head
down with your chin on your chest as your shoulders round forward curl your upper body until
only the small of the back remains in contact with the floor. This movement is not a stiff back sit
up, it is a roll movement and you must perform it as such for it to produce results. Crunch Your
abs hard at the top and hold for a count of of three. Do 3 sets of 20 reps.
Remember cruches only tone the ab muscles, you need a lowered calorie intake to burn off the
fat, to make the waist smaller and so the muscles then show through clearly.
5) Diamond Calves
Start with Seated Calf Raises, move slow (no bouncing) get a good stretch at the bottom then
hold and flex your calf hard at the top for a count of two. Do 3 sets of 20 reps. Next is Standing
One Leg Calf Raises, it's been found that a straight leg generates less torque than when the knee
is slightly bent about 20 degrees keep it fixed at that angle throughout the exercise. Hold a
dumbbell on the same side as the working calf, use you other hand for support. Do 3 Sets of
Time To Get Pumping!
Hopefully you now see that training your "impressive muscles” will bring your physique up to a
whole new level!
About The Author: Paul Becker is a natural (steroid free for life) bodybuilder and fitness
consultant. He is the author of many ebooks and courses on training
and diet. For more information visit his website at
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