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Club One Fitness
(415) 337-1010
535 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA
 
World Gym
(415) 703-9650
290 De Haro Street
San Francisco, CA
 
Equinox
(415) 593-4000
301 Pine Street
San Francisco, CA
 
Club One Fitness
(415) 399-1010
1 Sansome St
San Francisco, CA
 
START Fitness
(415) 225-5715
1625 Bush St
San Francisco, CA
 
Valencia Street Muscle
(415) 431-9700
333 Valencia St suite 100
San Francisco, CA
 
LaLanne Fitness - Powered by CrossFit
(415) 512-7645
414 Brannan Street
San Francisco, CA
 
Gym San Francisco
2275 Market Street
San Francisco, CA
 
United Barbell - CrossFit SOMA
(415) 545-8223
300 Brannan St
San Francisco, CA
 
TRX Training Center
(415) 655-4797
1650 Pacific Avenue
San Francisco, CA
 

A Strong Bodybuilding Program Starts with These Exercises

Written by Steve Shaw   

The land of bodybuilding routines is vast and complex. There are full body routines, one set per bodypart routines, routines that use rest-pause, routines that feature training just shy of failure, and routines that are high volume. But while the amount and variety of bodybuilding routines is staggering and complex, the core exercises for these routines is not. If you want to get big and strong, regardless of your routine, consider making the following seven exercises ! the cornerstone of your time in the gym.

The land of bodybuilding routines is vast and complex. There are full body routines, one set per bodypart routines, routines that use rest-pause, routines that feature training just shy of failure, and routines that are high volume.

But while the amount and variety of bodybuilding routines is staggering and complex, the core exercises for these routines is not. If you want to get big and strong, regardless of your routine, consider making the following seven exercises ! the cornerstone of your time in the gym.

BENCH PRESS. The bench press is the favorite exercise of gym rats everywhere. Show me a bench at any local gym, and I will show you several lifters waiting in line to use it. The bench press is the king of upper body compound movements. Not only does it hammer your chest into massive growth, but the bench press also works your triceps and delts.

OVERHEAD PRESS. The overhead (or military) press rules the land of shoulder growth, blasting your side and front deltoids into submission. There are many effective variations of this movement…seated dumbbell presses, seated barbell presses, standing barbell presses, behind the neck barbell presses. The overhead press also works your triceps and traps.

DIPS. Dips are a potent, but little used tricep blasting exercise. Dips also work the chest and shoulders. Despite being a bodyweight exercise, additional weight can ! be added to this exercise by the use of a weight belt.

DEADLIFT. Another often avoided or ignored exercise is the deadlift. The deadlift is an amazingly anabolic compound lift that will bomb your back, traps, hamstrings, forearms, biceps, shoulders, and just about every other muscle in your body. No workout routine is complete without the deadlift.

ROWS. While most gym rats prefer to work their backs with lat pulldowns, the barbell or dumbbell row is a much more effective exercise. Rowing exercises allow you to lift heavy weights while still maintaining good form and encouraging thick, powerful back growth. Certain variations of t-bar rows are also effective as well.

PULLUPS. Pullups are one of the least favorite bodyweight exercises on the planet. The pullup is generally hated because it is difficult to perform. Like the dip, additional weight can be added while performing pullups via a weight belt. There are several variations of the pullups movement, all much more e...

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