|When do we do this movement in real life?|
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Most everyone is short on time these days so it’s important to avoid training errors that cost you time and results. Are you making this one?
All, or most, of your strength training is done seated on machines.
Free weight and body weight exercises place a greater demand on your muscles to stabilize, control and balance your body and the weight you’re lifting. That forces you to work harder, burn more calories, and get better results.
Most machines work muscles in isolation and our bodies don’t work that way in real life.
* Works only one muscle at a time.
* Machine is stabilizing her.
* Not functional.