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Shoulder Shrug Training Tips

Shoulder shrugs target your upper trapezius muscles, also known as the traps. In colloquial gym language, well-developed upper traps are often called a yoke. Located on your upper back and across the back of your shoulders, bi…

Build Traps Like Mountains with  Best Workout

Just like sculpted abs means your nutrition is on point, massive traps means you are a monster at lifting heavy. Sadly though, most gym rats are afraid to go beyond their comfort zones. While dieting alone can get you a…

9 Trap Exercises You Should Start Performing

Your traps are muscles that add an instant air of dominance, power, and masculinity to your physique. And when it comes to building them, there are three key factors you need to implement. “First, it’s important to target y…

The 5 Best Exercises to Build Monster Traps

Monster traps command respect from those around you. They can transform an ordinary physique into an exceptional one. They’re associated with power because most of the movements that grow our traps are big, powerful exercises. Lo…

No Weights Needed & 5 Trapezius Exercises

Exercises for the trapezius muscles without weights are designed to build and strengthen your traps without using dumbbells or barbells. The trapezius muscle breaks down into three separate regions. While many people attempt to s…

Traps Workout With These Exercises

Since the traps are fairly hard to build, at least at first, the best traps workout should consist of sets and reps that build large and solid traps. When training for both size and definition, it’s usually best to use heavy weig…

Barbell Shrugs  & Killer Trap Workout

If you are looking to add some meat to your traps and upper back, give this unique pyramid set shrug workout a try. It will hit your traps from a full spectrum of light weight and high reps, to heavy weights and low reps. Barbell…

The Trapezius Works to Stabilize the Shoulders and the Upper Back

Have you ever wondered why body builders tend to have such curved, muscly necks? It’s because they’ve heavily worked their trapezius, a large, stingray-shaped muscle. The trapezius starts right below the skull, runs down the neck…

How to Build Traps? The Secret Formula For Huge Traps

Not everybody agrees about which day is best for trapezius training. Some say shoulder day, and others say back day. If truth be told, you're going to hit your traps on both of these days; but if you want my opinion, I find …

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