πŸ’₯ Movement variations are incredibly important, especially for advanced lifters. However, this doesn’t always have to be some fancy new invention. Simply changing grip widths or stance widths on certain exercises can provide changes in muscle activation patterns that can act as a new stimulus for growth. These changes can also improve biomechanical weaknesses and increase overall strength, which is important for both powerlifters and bodybuilders alike. - β–ͺ️ Source 1: Paoli, A., Marcolin, G., & Petrone, N. (2009). The effect of stance width on the electromyographical activity of eight superficial thigh muscles during back squat with different bar loads. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 23(1), 246-250. β–ͺ️ Source 2: Lehman, G. J. (2005). The influence of grip width and forearm pronation/supination on upper-body myoelectric activity during the flat bench press. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 19(3), 587-591. ---- ➑Be a part of #themusclephd community! #MPHDcommunity πŸ’ͺ🏽 - - - #training #hypertrophy #musclegrowth #science #bodybuilder #bodybuilding #sports #research #gains #squat #education #diet #fit #squats #fitchick #benchpress #fitness #legday #chestday #fitnessjourney #fitnessmotivation #fitspiration #fitspo #exercisescience @themusclephd themusclephd Dr. Jacob Wilson

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  • πŸ’₯ Movement variations are incredibly important, especially for advanced lifters. However, this doesn’t always have to be some fancy new invention. Simply changing grip widths or stance widths on certain exercises can provide changes in muscle activation patterns that can act as a new stimulus for growth. These changes can also improve biomechanical weaknesses and increase overall strength, which is important for both powerlifters and bodybuilders alike. - β–ͺ️ Source 1: Paoli, A., Marcolin, G., & Petrone, N. (2009). The effect of stance width on the electromyographical activity of eight superficial thigh muscles during back squat with different bar loads. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 23(1), 246-250. β–ͺ️ Source 2: Lehman, G. J. (2005). The influence of grip width and forearm pronation/supination on upper-body myoelectric activity during the flat bench press. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 19(3), 587-591. ---- ➑Be a part of #themusclephd community! #MPHDcommunity πŸ’ͺ🏽 - - - #training #hypertrophy #musclegrowth #science #bodybuilder #bodybuilding #sports #research #gains #squat #education #diet #fit #squats #fitchick #benchpress #fitness #legday #chestday #fitnessjourney #fitnessmotivation #fitspiration #fitspo #exercisescience
    Dr. Jacob Wilson πŸ’₯ Movement variations are incredibly important, especially for advanced lifters. However, this doesn’t always have to be some fancy new invention. Simply changing grip widths or stance widths on certain exercises can provide changes in muscle activation patterns that can act as a new stimulus for growth. These changes can also improve biomechanical weaknesses and increase overall strength, which is important for both powerlifters and bodybuilders alike.
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β–ͺ️ Source 1: Paoli, A., Marcolin, G., & Petrone, N. (2009). The effect of stance width on the electromyographical activity of eight superficial thigh muscles during back squat with different bar loads. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 23(1), 246-250.
β–ͺ️ Source 2: Lehman, G. J. (2005). The influence of grip width and forearm pronation/supination on upper-body myoelectric activity during the flat bench press. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 19(3), 587-591.
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    πŸ’₯ Movement variations are incredibly important, especially for advanced lifters. However, this doesn’t always have to be some fancy new invention. Simply changing grip widths or stance widths on certain exercises can provide changes in muscle activation patterns that can act as a new stimulus for growth. These changes can also improve biomechanical weaknesses and increase overall strength, which is important for both powerlifters and bodybuilders alike.
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    β–ͺ️ Source 1: Paoli, A., Marcolin, G., & Petrone, N. (2009). The effect of stance width on the electromyographical activity of eight superficial thigh muscles during back squat with different bar loads. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 23(1), 246-250.
    β–ͺ️ Source 2: Lehman, G. J. (2005). The influence of grip width and forearm pronation/supination on upper-body myoelectric activity during the flat bench press. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 19(3), 587-591.
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    #training #hypertrophy #musclegrowth #science #bodybuilder #bodybuilding #sports #research #gains #squat #education #diet #fit #squats #fitchick #benchpress #fitness #legday #chestday #fitnessjourney #fitnessmotivation #fitspiration #fitspo #exercisescience

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alexwburn - Alex Winterburn 2 months ago

Can you do ones on the different kinds of grips for chest etc.. The different grip focus on different parts (eg.. When doing triceps).