The culprit for pain after a workout or muscle spasms may be that little bottle of water that unfairly remained untouched during the exercise. It is better to do one exercise correctly than 10 incorrectly. Here’s what you should look out for, if you want to achieve results.
1. Do not bend your back
– Are you one of those people that are too tilted toward the equipment or do the exercises stooped? It is time to stand and breathe deeply? Not only you will get more energy, but the effective of the exercise will be better. While standing hunchbacked, you do not breathe properly and thus hinder the muscles from tightening. So, shoulders back, chest and stomach forward and your workouts will be more effective.
2. Do not hold the equipment too firmly
– Heart rate can be much stronger if you are holding on the rod firmly or any other piece of equipment. Your hand will not be relaxed, but intense and therefore you will stress the heart, which will beat faster than it should. This will automatically lead to faster fatigue and will wear out the energy you need to finish the exercises to the end. Let the whole body be the actor in the training and do not sabotage the hands.
3. Do not do the exercises too quickly
– You will not be any better from the rest if you exercise at a faster pace. In fact, this kind of exercise is easier and less effective. Too fast repetition of the movements increases blood pressure and increases the risk of inflammation and injury. Try each set of exercises to do slowly. You will feel your body tightening faster and how much you need more stamina for easy training.