5 Best Exercises for Men (ACCORDING TO WOMEN!)
- Published: 16 May 2015
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In a recent online poll, women were asked to name their top 5 most desired
muscle groups on a man. The problem is, knowing what is wanted without
knowing how to get it is not going to help you. So, we put together this video
of the 5 best exercises for men to help develop the muscles most wanted by
Obviously, not everyone watching this will care about impressing other women.
Whether it be other men they want to look good for, or simply just want to look
good for themselves, this is sure to help.
With that said, here’s the countdown of the 5 most desired muscle groups (as
reported by women in an online poll) and the best exercises for men to do for
Wider shoulders help to create the V-taper and improve the appearance of a man
even when wearing a shirt. There is no better exercise for building the medial deltoid
than the side dumbbell raise. Lower the weight slightly and perform these in 1 1/2 rep
style to accentuate the contraction of the delt and build your shoulders faster.
Having impressive biceps sticking out of your shirt sleeves signifies that you are serious
about your body. The barbell curl is a great way to build up your biceps, however I show
you a slight cheat to add as well that will help you to add more size. Be careful not to
overdo the cheat however as you don’t want to take away all of the benefits of the exercise.
Of course the chest was going to be on this poll right? In order to build your pecs, you’ll want
to perform a version of the bench press. The underhand grip bench press is great because it
activates the upper fibers of the chest even more than an incline bench press does while allowing
you to perform the exercise in a better, safer shoulder position. For those that have shoulder discomfort with the regular bench press, this has an added benefit.
No doubt a killer set of six pack abs is high on the list. To best get them, include a hanging ab exercise to intensify your ab training. Incorporate rotation into the move so you can additionally hit the obliques. Sharpening the obliques helps to visually improve the tapering of your waist, even if you tend to have a blockier waist. The hanging clock exercise is perfect for all of these reasons.
As somewhat of a surprise number one, the glutes are tops on the list of muscles women would like to see their men develop. As always with leg training, you want to train athletically. The sprinter lunge is a perfect opportunity to kill two birds with one stone. Leaning forward at the waist ignites the glutes and posterior chain much more than the quads.
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