Strength Training With Free Weights

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Jordan Toler Strength Training with Free Weights Strength training with free weights can make you have positive results if it is done correctly. One thing that you want to do to ensure proper breathing is to exhale during concentric contraction. Also each muscle group should be exercises two to three days a week. It is also important that you stretch before and after lifting. This will help with the soreness and prevent injury. Another important thing to remember is to do the complete full range of motion during any lift. You never want to do a partial of half lift. When lifting weights you want to have a controlled movement rather than a jerking movement. When doing pushups you want to back a flat back. A flat back is important because it maintains posture. A common error that people make is having an arched back. You also want to have your arms in line with your shoulders. You also want to align your head with you body and keep your hips square. Also you want to breathe in air in like you are sucking through a straw. Another thing you want to do is to fill your
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course HEALTH 1101 taught by Professor Dabella during the Spring '12 term at Murray State KY.

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