If You’re Not Following This Rule, You’re Strength Training the Wrong Way

If You're Not Following This Rule, You're Strength Training the Wrong Way
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If You're Not Following This Rule, You're Strength Training the Wrong Way

If You’re Not Following This Rule, You’re Strength Training the Wrong Way

Todd Durkin, professional athlete and celebrity, has seen many workout-related injuries. At the International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association (IHRSA) conference, the Cybex spokesperson recently told us that your feet, knees, ankles, shoulders and hips can be easily injured through compensatory or life patterning or sports fitness. With all of push up, bench presses and burpees people do, shoulder injuries are big. These setbacks can hinder weight-loss goal and Todd recommends back strengthening moves with 2:1 ratio to prevent them to happen.

Todd explains that you should do two backside exercises with every frontside exercise. You’re as efficient as your worst movement and as strong as your weakest link. So, you have to break every weak thing otherwise you could not be a great athlete.

Todd recommends that whenever you do moves like crunch or pushup, you should also do back muscle exercises like single-arm dumbbell row and twist, TRX rows, back squeezes and other chest opening moves. Next time try to incorporate two sets of a back-strengthening exercise for every single traditional exercise when you hit the gym.

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