THE WORLD'S BIGGEST LIST OF EXERCISE, FITNESS & NUTRITION PRACTICES THAT YOU SHOULD AVOID.

Hardly an hour goes by that you don't find someone at the gym doing something
that is not helping them and might eventually hurt them
Incorrect Exercise Form ♦ Inappropriate Exercise Selection ♦ Obsolete Exercises ♦ Contraindicated Exercises ♦ Ineffective Exercise Programs ♦ Things that Look Cool but Don't Make Sense (most of these don't really look good some people just think they do) ♦ Poor Nutrition


Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Train First Trainer Second NO NO

DON'T PUT OFF SEEING A TRAINER UNTIL YOU'VE BEEN TRAINING FOR A WHILE
 
Most injuries happen within the first few months of beginning an exercise program.  In fact, about half of all new gym members end up suffering some sort of injury that prevents them from continuing.  See a trainer first for an assessment and recommendation on your program, and advise on proper exercise form.  This can help reduce the risk of injury and ensure that your program produces the maximum results from the start.