BECOME A HEALTHIER YOU


Hey guys,

This tip is all about form while working out.

When I say form I am talking about how you perform a repetition in an exercise.

For example, If you a performing a bicep curl your goal is to have a slow controlled movement and really focuses on using the bicep. You DO NOT want to be swinging your body and leaning back or to the side in order to lift the weight.

If you have bad form while lifting a weight there is a simple solution to help you lift with good form…LOWER THE WEIGHT…don’t go for glory when working out and pick up an extremely heavy weight because you saw the guy before you using it.

If you have bad form while lifting a weight you will get bad results. Don’t be that person at the gym you see picking up a huge amount of weight and using there entire body to swing and lift it up.

Bad form leads to injuries which stops you working out all together. So guys please lift with good form, and if your unsure if you have good form while lifting simply go ask one of the gym instructors or someone around you. People at the gym are very friendly and always happy to help.

If you have a question for me about form while working out don’t hesitate to ask.

Stay tuned for more helpful tips 🙂

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Comments on: "TRANSFORMS TIPS 2. Good Form Good Workout" (1)

  1. Leave your ego at the door! People are so interested with heavy weight that they dont realize that they want get results, let alone get injured. I see it all the time. “What do you bench bro?” Haha such a stupid meaningless question. I usually answer people that I have good form benching and actually see results. “How much weight to you move incorrectly is a better question.” Really liked what you said in your blog and hopefully people took it to heart. I have a masters in exercise and sport science with a concentration in sport psychology and blog about exercise advice and motivational tips if you are interested in following. I am more than happy to help any way possible.

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