Effective Weight Lifting Exercises
For Building Muscle
"Weight Training Exercise Illustrations And Descriptions"
Weight lifting exercise for the beginner to advanced. If you want to build muscle, your going to have to lift heavy weight using
effective weight lifting exercise.There’s no getting around this.
If you want to build muscle, you will need to apply the appropriate amount of resistance to your muscle.You will need to use
simple compound movements. Compound movements are weight training exercises that use more than one muscle group to complete a
lift. Free weights are dumbbells and barbells.
By using effective weight training exercise, free weights and compound movements, you force your body to work harder.
By forcing your body to work harder, you add more stress to the targeted and supporting muscles.Remember to use proper form when
lifting weight, especially heavy weight.Lifting heavy weight for the sake of lifting heavy will result in poor form which will lead to injuries.
You don’t want injuries.
If you are a beginner, I suggest you use a combination of free weights, machines and body weight exercises. In order to lift heavy,
you need to establish the correct form and balance. This takes time, practise and patience.
Once you have established the correct form and balance, try adding more weight lifting exercises, especially free weight exercises.
If you are having trouble or not sure about certain weight lifting exercises, always ask for advice.Never attempt an exercise you are not
sure about. Ask a gym employee for advice.
If you can’t find a gym employee, ask one of the regulars. The regulars are usually more than happy to provide some guidance and
help when it comes to weight lifting exercise.Before going into a heavy weight lifting workout, make sure you are properly warmed up.
Never attempt to lift heavy weights when you are cold. Lifting heavy weight when you are cold will result in injuries.
Weight Training Exercises With Full Descriptions And Illustrations.Always remember to include a warm up (5 to 10 minutes) using
an aerobic activity, followed by 5 to 10 minutes of stretching in your weight lifting exercise routine.Remember, it's not how much
weight you use that's important, it is proper technique and form.Simply follow the descriptions and illustrations below for accurate
guidance. Also feel free to print off whatever exercises you may need.