Classic, old school mass exercise in which a barbell is lifted off of
the ground and pulled to waist level. Involves the lumbars, hamstrings,
glutes, mid-back, traps, rear delts, forearms and biceps. One of
powerlifting's sacred Big 3.
Delts: Deltoids. Shoulders. Cap. Comprised of three heads: the anterior (front), the medial (side) and the posterior (rear).
An old school supplement that’s coming back in popularity and rightly
so. Also known as liver tabs, a product like Uni-Liver is rich in heme iron, B
vitamins, and other key nutrients.
Dialed In: Showing total definition by means of extreme fat loss and water shedding. Contest ready. Peeled.
Diesel: Big, strong and imposing. Jacked.
Distended: Having a protruding stomach caused by ingestion of massive amounts of bodybuilding drugs and extreme caloric intake.
Diuretics: Water shedding compounds used by bodybuilders in order to display extreme muscle definition and separation.
DOMS: Delayed onset muscle soreness.
Donkey Calf Raise: Old
school calf exercise in which a bodybuilder bends at the waist and
leans forward, with their toes on a platform and a weight placed on the
small of their back--whether it be a plate or their training partner.
Dropset: An intensity technique in which one lowers the weight upon reaching failure so as to continue repping.