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The Keys to Weight Training
One of the most costly
mistakes that I made when I first started weight training was
that I used a machine almost exclusively. In order to build
a dense, muscular body you need to use free weights!
When using a machine, the path of the bar is already set
and you also donít need to balance the bar yourself. With
free weights, you not only obtain a fuller range of motion
but you also need to balance the bar on your own.
What this means is that your body will become bigger and
stronger due to the development of these stabilizer muscles.
Your results will then be multiplied many times over!
In the past I was also doing the wrong exercises.
I was focussing too much on isolation exercises when I should
have been performing heavy, basic exercises.
Basic exercises involve a series of muscle groups as
opposed to isolation exercises which involve only one. In
other words they work more muscle in less time.
Here is a list of good basic exercises:
- Bench Presses
- Bent Over Rows
- Close-Grip Bench Presses
- Overhead Presses
- Standing Bicep Curls
I see way too many people doing isolation exercises with
higher reps. You need to focus on lower reps with heavy
Only spend time on things that work. Don't waste
your energy, time and money on faulty information. This will
only lead to discouragement.
Disclaimer: This information is not presented by a medical practitioner and is for educational and
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