Wednesday, June 8, 2011
The Strength Training
Not only does strength training improves Does your strength and endurance, but it also increases the amplitude of your movements and posture while helping to prevent injuries. The minihaltères, elastic bands and exercise balls are some tools you can use to strengthen and tone your muscles.
Any exercise of strength training should not be practiced more than 2 or 3 times a week. You should take a rest of 24 hours to 48 hours between workouts to allow your muscles to strengthen and prevent possible injury.
You can increase the weight of dumbbells, resistance bands and the difficulty of the exercises to match the strength of your muscles and your level of familiarity with the equipment. You must change the number of sets and repetitions of each exercise as your body adjusts to the new stress. Progressive increases in weight or resistance stimulate muscle growth.
* Maintain good posture: Incorrect posture can easily lead to injury. If you
start to lose your posture, stop exercising and replace you.
* Listen to your body if you have pain during training, stop the current
* Always warm up muscles: muscle groups should be warmed up before each workout
* Stretch yourself: it is important to complete the exercises with stretching.