When carrying out the deadlift, the athletes train the latissimus muscles of the back, but there are two grips: direct and reverse. Which grasp is better? Both have both advantages and disadvantages, but the choice of grip remains a personal matter for each athlete.
- Direct grip: When pulling the rod in a slope with a straight grip, the athletes tend to lift the bar to their chest, and not to the waist, thereby loading the middle of the trapezoid and the rhomboid muscles. When using direct grasp, the load on the latissimus muscles of the back is absent, and this is the goal of this exercise.
- Back grip: Using the back grip in this exercise, the neck stretches to the waist. And when using this particular grip under the load are the latissimus muscles of the back, and especially their lower part.
Athletes, whose muscle growth is difficult, often use Parabolan (Trenbolone Hexahydrobenzylcarbonate) for rapid muscle mass gain. The drug will help you build up not only the latissimus muscles of the back, but also other muscles of the body due to high anabolic activity. In addition to the growth of muscle mass, the drug increases the strengths and burns fatty deposits. The course of Parabolan on average lasts six weeks, and with proper dosages, side effects are minimal, or none at all. To ensure the absence of side effects, it is necessary to take gonadotropin during the course of Parabolan.