Because of the position of the elbows (pulled back by the ears), overhead extension exercises recruit the long head of the triceps (which is also the one with the greatest mass), which is precisely why I always include some form of them in my upper- arm workouts. However, when performed with a cable rather than a barbell or dumbbell, you will get not only a great stretch but also an equally strong peak contraction—creating an even strong anabolic response.
This exercise is performed on the pec deck but with the torso facing inward toward the back pad. I absolutely love to use this movement to torch the posterior delts, and it has really helped fill in my entire mid/upper back with highly separated muscular detail. I also enjoy the fact that I can go real heavy for lower reps (six to eight) and still achieve an intense peak contraction on every rep.
Hilts will state how they are held in stances, edges will be how it damages, triggers tell how the weapons are fired (burst? ammo type? stuffs like that) and barrels tells us how the projectile is activated (shoots double or a bullet at a time? maybe a gatling barrel?), and generators tells us what are shot (energy ball of heat, electric discharge?) while launchpad will tell us how each projectile behaves of firing (small pod of 4 or 8 like missiles or maybe a beam discharge?).
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Lee Wilson is head of enterprise SEO at Vertical Leap and has been leading digital marketing teams since the early 2000’s. He has headed up the SEO department for a top 10 leading search and digital agency (Vertical Leap) from 2010 to present. In 2016, he had his first solely authored industry book published (Tactical SEO – the theory and practice of search marketing).
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Personally I have never gotten much out of the standard, angled preacher curl using a barbell, as it is harsh on my elbows at the point of stretch and does not allow for an optimal contraction. However, with the machine version it is easier to control the eccentric contraction so that you can safely achieve a good stretch. Additionally, because there is still resistance pulling downward at the top, one is able to get a much harder, and thus productive, squeeze.
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