Thursday, September 3, 2020

4 Tips on how to Improve a Lagging Muscle Group (Part 1) :

4 Tips on how to Improve a Lagging Muscle Group (Part 1)
At last! If you want to improve a lagging muscle group you have come to the right place. Imagine, in just 6 weeks from now you will see visual physical muscle improvement!

After talking to clients about his or her wants, needs, and concerns, I find a great deal of lifters are unhappy with at least one, if not more, muscle groups. This can be anything from underdeveloped hamstrings to poor symmetry and proportion. One of the most sought after goals in female bodybuilding is improving a lagging muscle group.

If you, too, are in mass confusion on how to get a beautifully shaped and balanced physique, you are about to learn 4 tips on how to improve a lagging muscle group.

When you train, you should make each workout a plan to improve rather than mindless iron slinging. The absolute best way to improve your physique is to strengthen weakness or imbalances.

When you improve an underdeveloped muscle group, you will improve other lifts. For example, if you improve your hamstrings your squats will improve. If you develop better triceps you will improve your bench press.

Generally, if you have a muscle group lagging behind, chances are you don't like to train it or you are intimidated by it. An example of this is legs. How many times have you seen someone's upper body well-developed, only to look down and see a set of scrawny bird legs? This is usually due to being intimidated by legs because to build legs they require heavy squats. You can't build great legs with just leg extensions and curls. You need the mass builder and you need to hit it hard and heavy.

↪ 4 Tips on how to Improve a Lagging Muscle Group (Part 2)

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