Better Body Weight Training Part 3

In this article I'll list some leg and lower back exercises. Squats -- Use a hip width or shoulder width stance which ever lets you lower your body down lower without raise your heels off the ground. Keep your weight on your heels and the middle of your feet. Point your feet out slightly. Keep your back straight and slightly arched by raising your chest and keeping your elbows high. Bring your hips back and squat down keeping your knees inline with your index toes and try not to let your knees go over your toes much.

Better Body Weight Training Part 2

10 Tips for better body weight exercise... Do the exercise slower or pause at various stages of the movement and do static holds and squeezes to achieve a stronger contraction in the muscles being worked Do the exercise explosively and as fast as you can and make your hands or feet jump up a few inches off of the ground or the surface they are pushing or pulling off

Better Body Weight Training Part 1

Better Body Weight Training Part 1 ..... Lower body including lower back and upper back exercises should comprise 70% or more of your total amount of exercise. Don’t try to specialize on one body part (unless it’s the legs or back) like the chest or arms or abs to spot reduce fat or build muscle because it really doesn’t work for building lean muscle and strength. If you want to look better and have more muscle you need to get stronger as a whole and if you work your legs and back hard enough all your other muscles will get a good workout at the same time.... Train your whole body including and with special attention and focus to your legs and back. If you want to get stronger in your upper body then unlike the lower body you need to do less than 10 reps, about 5 reps is what you should be doing. Doing more than 10 reps in a set is building your endurance not strength especially with your pressing exercises like the pushup.

John Graham Junior Golf Fitness Summer Camp

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How to Deadlift

The deadlift is one of the three lifts used in powerlifting and it is used by just about every strength athlete to develop strength and power in the posterier chain. The posterior chain is the strongest group of muscles in the body that allows the human body to function as a crane to lift objects off of the ground using the strongest leverage points in the body which are the lowerback and the hips.