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Offline pblsdsbi
on: March 24, 2020, 06:54:53 AM
Vital Alpha Testo There are no 100% safe exercises, but you don’t have to worry about losing control of the dumbbells when they are above your head, doing exercise on the simulator or pinching while leaning on the Smith simulator. Of course, you can argue that the simulator’s movement is not “natural,” but it’s pretty clear that such less technical movements leave less room for errors compared to power tools. When working with dumbbells and barbells, you partially balance the weight by applying force and guiding your movements, which to some extent limit your maximum capabilities. Trainers balance the weight for you along a fixed, safe path. All you need to do is to lift a weight that allows you to load your muscles in a safe manner. This suggests that you do not need to pull the element of the simulator at the end of the workout, as you have to do with power equipment. Combined exercises, such as Smith's leg press, flexion-extension, sitting chest press, can be excellent at the initial stage of training to load your muscles with maximum weight. If you want to bet on certain muscle groups, exercise machines in most cases are more practical for such purposes than power equipment. Drop sets can be the best example of this, where you continue to do exercises to the maximum by reducing the load one or more times without rest. You can easily do such exercises with dumbbells, but most other power equipment does not quite contribute to this technique. Weight trainer simulators, on the other hand, are made specifically for such drop sets. When you come to a failure of muscle performance with this equipment, lightening the load here is as simple as moving the pin down the stack in one or more intervals; in most cases, you can do it in a couple of seconds. Another key element here is the form of exercise. When the muscles are very tired (they will be in the middle of a debilitating drop-set), your equipment can let you down. The simulators here will be very out of place. They not only have a fixed path of movement, you sit on most simulators and, therefore, are in a less harmful position. The loads here are primarily aimed at the target muscles, and not at the vulnerable joints, such as in the lower back. Partial repetitions when you work only at short intervals in a full range of movements Exercises that can often be done on the simulator without the need for a spotter More intensity than power tools when you are not reducing heavy weight due to fatigue during lifting and shifting it back from one hand to another Corner Isometric Training Reverse directional movements in which you start to climb from the bottom Exercises on simulators provide guaranteed constant tension due to the most frequent movements at each repetition; power equipment cannot offer this.

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