Do you ever take time to think about your poor, under-loved trapezius? If you don’t – or even if you do – these trap excercises from some of London’s finest minds could be perfect for you So you’ve got your arm day, your leg day, maybe even a day for lats or quads, biceps and triceps, but what about your traps? It’s probably not worth giving up your Sunday just so you can get on the gym floor to spend 45 minutes working on your trapezius, but that doesn’t mean it’s not important to include in your weekly regimen. “Nothing quite shows off how big you are like your traps,” says Will McAuley, strength and conditioning coach at PerformancePro. It’s true: seeing those muscles by your neck bulging up from under your T-shirt… we truly do love to see it. “The traps have a relatively even distribution of type-one (slow-twitch) and type-two (fast-twitch) muscle fibres, so it’s best to use light weights and heavy weights to ensure maximum growth.” Once again, we tracked down some of the finest minds in British fitness to give your traps a good going over. Not in need of a rethink of your trap workout? Totally fine! We’ve also got recommendations for your glutes, chest, back and shoulders. ...