Try this upper traps workout! 📱Save this exercise 😎
♦️:Body Part: Traps
🔹:Time: 40-60 Seconds
🛑:Rest: 90-120 Seconds
Your trapezius (one on each side) is actually a large triangle shape muscle that works to elevate, retract, rotate your glenoid cavity (shoulder joint), and/or depress your scapula (shoulder blade). These are all functions of your traps BUT there are specific regions of your traps that are responsible for these different functions. Your traps can be divided up into three sections; upper traps, middle traps, and lower traps. In this video we focus on our upper traps which are responsible for elevating our scapula!
With this exercise you are not just working your traps, but your whole body. With the variation described in this video we put extra focus on the upper traps by performing the walk with our scapula elevated. The traps are heavily stimulated while trying to stabilize the weight hanging in your hands. This exercise is also great to improve grip strength. If your grip is giving out before your traps try implementing the use of lifting straps to help your grip last longer.
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