Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Beautiful girl Lift and Carry A big man

Beautiful girl Lift and Carry A big man
Myth 8) I can't strength train because I have back/knees/shoulder pain.

Which came first - the chicken or the egg? It's the same for this myth. Is your back/knee/shoulder pain because you don't weight train? Once a doctor has given the all clear and confirmed that any pain is not due to musculoskeletal or neurological injury, it's not uncommon to find that after a few weeks of corrective weight training chronic aches and pains start to disappear. The body is an amazing machine - far more complex than any automobile.

To run at optimum efficiency, it needs to have all its parts working in balance. By balance, I mean our muscles (which are generally arranged in opposing pairs on either side of a skeletal joint) need to be equally toned. If muscles on one side of a joint are stronger than those found on the opposite side, a dysfunctional joint will develop and pain may well be the result. Many of our day to day tasks are unidirectional requiring the use of muscles on one side of a joint only. This means that within a pair, one muscle maybe stronger than the muscle that opposes it...




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