The hulk workout
Want to get a physique like hulk? These simple yet effective exercises can soon turn you into a hulk.
While some are trying to become leaner and fitter, there are some who have already built a nice physique and now want to become the hulk. Here are some of the exercises that can help you become a hulk. Image Courtesy: giova94.deviantart.com
Even the basic dead lift must match the hulk status. While bending down and picking a weight up off the floor is the one of the simplest weight training exercise however one must life much more than regular weight to become hulk. Be careful as more weight poses more risks for injuries. Image Courtesy: Getty Images
Lie on your bench and dismount the hulk-heavy barbell from rack over upper chest using wide oblique overhand grip. Then lower weight to mid-chest. Finally, press the bar upward until arms are extended. Remember it's the heavy weight and the technique that can turn you into a hulk. Image Courtesy: Getty Images
The below parallel, full squat has been considered as the best of all muscle building exercises. The hulk squats would include something more. Hold some weight, preferably a weight disc close to your stomach while you do the squats. Make sure that the weight doesn't block the movement. Image Courtesy: Getty Images
It’s time to make the squats even heavier. Bend through your knees with the bar on your back until your hips come lower than parallel. Once your hip joint is lower than your knee joint you Squat up again. Image Courtesy: Getty Images
If you want big arms like hulk it's time to perform heavier parallel bar dip. Stand between a set of parallel bars and a hand on each of the heavy bars. Take a small jump to help you get into the starting position with your arms locked out. Begin by flexing the elbow, lowering your body until your arms break 90 degrees. Reverse the motion by extending the elbow, pushing yourself back up into the starting position. Repeat for the desired number of repetitions. Image Courtesy: Getty Images
This heavy weight training exercise can be help you hulk like upper back. Holding a barbell with a prorated grip, bend your knees slightly and bring your torso forward, by bending at the waist, while keeping the back straight until it is almost parallel to the floor. Now, while keeping the torso stationary, breathe out and lift the barbell to you. Image Courtesy: Getty Images
Hang on a pull-up bar, palms facing you, with straight arms & pull yourself up until your chin passes the bar. If you want to get a heavier your upper body fast, be sure to include chin ups. You can also wear weight belts around your waist to make it ever more effective. Image Courtesy: Getty Images
Military press is a must-to-do exercise to get a set of hulk like shoulders and upper body. Use heavier weight in the bars and start by gripping the bar wider than shoulder width apart from each other. Lift the barbell up keeping it lying on your chest. Once you pick up the barbell with the correct grip length, lift the bar up over your head by locking your arms. Hold at about shoulder level and slightly in front of your head. Lower the bar down to the collarbone slowly as you inhale and lift it back while you exhale. Image Courtesy: Getty Images
Hang from a bar and raise your legs out in front of you, keeping them straight, until they are parallel to the floor. Return to the starting position and repeat. If these are too difficult for you, start by doing them with your legs bent. It will help you get legs just like hulk.
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