Lifting weights rapidly may make you feel like you’re making good progress. However, in reality you’re setting yourself up for injury and making false progress because you’re using speed and momentum rather than strength and power to complete the lift. By slowing down, keeping full control of the weight and using strength instead of momentum, you’ll get the maximum benefit from your strength training, even if you have to drop the amount of weight you’re lifting. You’ll also significantly slash your injury risk.
The articles below provide you with lots of weightlifting exercises you can use to perfect the slow lifting technique described above. So have a read, start practising and get the maximum benefit out of your strength training today.
1) 30 Minute Full Body Gym Workout:- An short but effective machine based gym workout which is a great way to practice lifting slowly.
2) The Top 9 At Home Workouts From Fitness Bloggers:- A list of nine different workouts from fitness bloggers which include lots of weightlifting exercises for you to try slow lifting with.
3) 4 Effective Dumbbell Chest Exercises To Try:- A selection of four dumbbell weightlifting exercises that you can use to build up your chest.
4) 3 Effective Dumbbell Tricep Exercises To Try:- An article highlighting three dumbbell tricep weightlifting exercises which you can use to strengthen the rear parts of your arms.
5) 3 Effective Dumbbell Upper Back Exercises To Try:- A collection of three dumbbell exercises you can use to add size to your upper back.
6) 4 Effective Dumbbell Bicep Exercises To Try:- A selection of four effective dumbbell bicep weightlifting exercises which you can use to build up the front of your arms.
7) 5 Effective Dumbbell Shoulder Exercises To Try:- A list of five dumbbell exercises that you can use to develop stronger shoulders.
8) 4 Effective Dumbbell Leg Exercises To Try:- An article listing four dumbbell leg weightlifting exercises which can add strength and size to your lower body.