'I washed the floors, I didn't get a salary!
'I washed the floors, I didn't get a salary! How often can you say goodbye to boring vertical bars and move to the horizontal ones?)) In General, if you want to start your workout in the most productive way possible, then you need to pay attention to the following areas: 1. the position of the body relative to the floor 2. the direction of the body when lifting the bar 3. the technique of lifting the bar previously, which could include: rounding the back, partial raises with a straight neck, Russian twists without weight, etc. Be aware that the back is not raised when lifting the bar, but this fact only serves to increase your back load. Therefore, if the back is not straight, then the bar will not fit perfectly to your shoulders, and you will not be able to raise it. Stay in the correct position and technique for as long as possible. Don't try to "break out" here the most important thing is to keep your body in a state of tension throughout the entire process. If you feel that you are not able to keep your back straight, then the movement is not suitable for you, and there are many postural problems that can not be solved here. Problems with the spine can not be solved here, the problem is back Tension.Solution: Keep your back straight throughout the entire process. If you still have any problems with your back, then you can return to the starting position and repeat the exercise. Problems with the shoulders are not considered here, they are considered technical. The main thing is to keep your back straight as possible and to lift the weights as high as possible. Problems with the spine are considered here technical, but this does not mean that you should throw everything into the training process. Back Tension is the main enemy of your back. It is back Tension that will tear you apart, no matter how strong your back muscles are. Therefore, always close your eyes and keep your head straight as possible as you perform any exercise. Don't fold your arms inwards and look at the floor. This is very important! Well, that's how I train. And, by the way, I haven't even started talking about proper exercises yet. Let's talk about them. Exercise on its own it can not improve the results, on the contrary, can actually harm them. So, what can be considered as "improving" exercise? 1. the Position of the feet relative to the floor. Sometimes, it is very difficult to raise your legs at the level of the pelvic floor, and even for beginners, it is very easy to do so. I would consider it necessary to do just a couple of sets of bilateral high knees in the starting position, and then gradually increase the load, in order to get the desired effect. 2. Control the movement. One of the problems with the knee in particular is that of indecision.