Tag Archives: rhomboids

The Rear View

20 new wrestling images added to WRESTLING GALLERY #2. Meanwhile, let’s celebrate back development today. Strong backs make great wrestlers!                                         … Continue reading

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Not Getting People’s Backs Up…

Regulars will realise that these pages are ‘gently’ gay-influenced but we hope that others can enjoy without us feeling we got their backs up, so to speak. Check out the latest update on the GENTLY GAY page to see what … Continue reading

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Never Back Off…

…from training the back! Oddly overlooked when the camera is out, but a most striking feature when well developed with appropriate lifting! Today’s post celebrates lats, rhomboids, deltoids…   If you want to admire more backs, you’ll find them in … Continue reading

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Put Your Back Into It!

Indeed! You want a great-looking body? Then work for it! Today I added two sets of 20 pictures showing fine results to the Fitness (Etc) page (https://tonycavanagh.com/fitness-acrobatics-and-gymnastics-2/): the first group being the traditional frontal style, the second featuring the development … Continue reading

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Planners and Politics: Watching our Backs…

The post title sets both the picture theme – looking over ones shoulder and watching backs – and is also in answer to several e-mail questions about visiting this rather strange vacation centre we’ve fetched up in. A few miles … Continue reading

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Final Fling at Summer Camp

Our last days at summer camp – we shall leave on Wednesday with 48 hours to get ourselves ready to return to Europe. Amazing where the time has gone this summer – and yet the schools in Europe are still … Continue reading

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More Maths

What gymnasts (above) do requires many hours of training. What so-called ‘fakirs’ do (and about which I wrote last time) just requires a bit of muscle in the right places and a knowledge of maths or physics. As was clear … Continue reading

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Twinning and Training

Today’s Gallery Theme – Backs (Backs don’t get enough exposure… neither here nor in general! And good general development there…) Around Christmas time I think I mentioned that I had been asked to start training two twin boys, aged nine-and-a-half. … Continue reading

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‘What a Difference a Day Made…’

…and about 200 miles going south! Mid-60s temp (~17C), sun, no rain…a chance for a bit of this… Someone said we have passed under the jet stream and are now on the ‘good’ side of it. Long may that last. And … Continue reading

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Back to Front with the Young and the Old

‘Back’ to basics: Detail! Romboids, deltoids, lats… yes, this has to be a lifter or a gymnast. Actually it’s Danil Kalutskih, on vacation, attacting attention with his amazing back development. I was staring at son Leo’s back last night and … Continue reading

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