Front Barbell Shrugs vs. Behind-the-Back

Given that your traps are one of the largest muscles on your back and which can also scream power like no other feature on the upper body, you should aim on developing them as much as possible. The upper portion of the trapezius influences the overall roundness to a physiques frame, while the middle and lower portions contribute to back thickness. And if you’re serious about making your back stand out from the crowd, you want both width and thickness. The primary function of the traps is to move or stabilize the scapulae (shoulder blades), which means they’re engaged most […]

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