Weight Lifting Exercises for Your Rhomboids �

July 4, 2012 by  
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Article by Dave Vower

Weight Lifting Exercises for Your Rhomboids � – Health – Fitness

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Weight Lifting Exercises for Your Rhomboids • ” Start today with pullovers

Mid back is very important in a weight lifting exercise program. Among the mid back muscles, the most important muscles are those on the Rhomboids. Rhomboids are placed in the middle portion of the upper back of the body and placed between the shoulder blades. In all the weight lifting exercises, the shoulder blades play a vital role, as they have to shrink and expand. Due to this the buildings up of rhomboids muscles are extremely required. All kinds of compound weight lifting exercises contribute efficiently to the muscle build up of Rhomboids.

The weight lifting exercise like pullovers are found to be very effective in maintaining and bringing up the Rhomboid muscles. Wide grip pull-ups and bench dips are some other weight lifting exercises, which can benefit the muscle growth of rhomboids.

Dumbbell pullovers: You can lie down over a bench positioning the back body on the bench. Now grasp the dumbbells with both the hands holding it on the closest sides of the weights. Start raising up in an arc style over the head from back to front up to the chest region and lower it back until it reaches behind the head. By doing this weight lifting exercise, your hip will be moving up and down to balance the weights. Make sure that you have a nice and strong grip on the dumbbells.

Wide grip pull-ups: In this weight lifting exercise, you have to grasp an overhead bar with a shoulder width or wide grip. Wide grip will be more beneficial. Now you have to make your body to pull up mover the bar until the chin crosses the bar. Then slowly lower the body until your arms are extended. While doing this weight lifting exercise, do not swing the body and also make sure that you are fully stretched your arms at the original position.

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Dave has been writing articles online for nearly 3 years now. Not only does this author specialize in health, fitness and relationships you can also check out his latest websites: Parkside TrampolineCarlton Badminton Racket












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