Bodybuilding Exercises – Five Overrated and Five Underrated Moves
When I was young and devouring the words of bodybuilding magazines, I kept reading about how terrific free-weight squats are for building leg size Phengold. It was as if doing this bodybuilding exercise would nearly guarantee bigger thighs and not doing it would doom my underpinnings to their then-current resemblance of chicken legs. This was (and is) touted as the Holy Grail of ‘bodybuilding exercises.’ To not do free-weight squats is like saying you don’t really want to get bigger… right?
Well, I did those free-weight squats. I bowed at the altar of and mastered this king of ‘bodybuilding exercises MK 677 SARM.’ I performed my squats with heavy weight, deep form, and weekly consistency while pushing my body to its limits as a natural bodybuilder. And what did the near-worshipping of this daddy of all ‘bodybuilding exercises’ do for me? Surprisingly, not very much; in fact I’ve fared better without it. I still do squats, but with much better results on a Body Master machine. And as if that’s not anti-dogma enough, some of the ‘bodybuilding exercises that are traditionally labeled as “shaping moves” have brought me some of my best size gains.
With my squatting experience as the backdrop, let’s go over what I’ve observed to be the most overrated bodybuilding exercises in existence Phenq reviews. Then I’ll name some that I think are underrated. Keep in mind that this is opinion. I should probably state that up front before getting some reader’s panties in a bunch for breaking these sacred cows.