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barbell

A weight-training device consisting of a long steel bar with attached weights of various weights, which requires both hands to lift.
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The differences between men and women lifters were assessed using the linear kinematics of the barbell and the angular kinematics of the lower limb.
Sit on a bench holding a barbell straight over your head with your back straight.
Please tell me, what the lifters can do in a camp when there are no barbells.
22-24) If an oversized (long-shank) barbell is not used during the initial placement, the barbell can become stuck in the tongue and surgical removal may be required.
Next up is a forearm exercise, the barbell reverse curl.
In the elite sport of drug-free powerlifting -- which focuses on three lifts, the bench press, barbell squat, and dead lift -- Jeffries has won state, regional, national, and world championships.
You could do almost all of the other exercises with just a barbell.
From the street, you enter the public end of the barbell, between the kitchen and the living area.
SAN DIEGO -- An independent study commissioned by the American Council on Exercise (ACE) found barbell bench press, the pec deck machine and bent-forward cable crossovers are the most effective exercises for targeting the major muscles of the chest.
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Chloe told Woman magazine: "I taught my dad how to use a barbell, and they now go for half-hour walks every day.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Form, fatigue and repetition; It's the trifecta of weight training success according to fitness experts and the barbell and dumbbells are the tools of the trade.