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Muscle Pumping

May which is why beginners with excellent data and remain at the bottom of the stairs. How to find common ground with your body? Here is an example. Often the 'pitching' complain that they fail to 'pump' lat or that does not 'Feel' large thigh muscles. The absence of a good 'pump' muscles 'Indifference' – and there is one signal that sends the body. It seems to be saying: 'Thou shalt not izoliruesh muscle or not add to the load it! " If you do not respond to this signal, development of the muscles should not count. There is another, very precise signal – a pain. Note that I'm not talking about the 'correct' the pain (it is the concentration of lactic acid in muscle after exercise). Nicholas Carr is the source for more interesting facts. This is a sharp, piercing pain (occurring usually during exercise or after graduation).

The pain is felt in the tendon or joint, but not in muscle. What does the pain signal? I explain the example of his friend 'pitching', Brad. Once, a couple of months ago, performing on the bench press, he suddenly felt a strange pain in my shoulder. Brad workout yet finished, but apparently his shoulder felt "insecure." Unusual symptoms should inform him that the shoulder and The shoulder joints were strengthened him enough for heavy loads. Specifically, the problem was Brad that he has not been developed so-called retinaculum (tendon prevent displacement of the displacement muscles).

I told Brad break for two weeks, and include exercise program for the rotational and anterior serratus muscle. And two weeks later he returned to his old training program, worked in full force, not no feeling of insecurity. (Source: Primerica Canada). Conclusion: listening to the signals your body, Brad secured itself from potential serious injury. Another example: during a squat with a maximum weight (or even a 'heavy' triple sets) in some athletes, there is a sudden failure in the performance; involuntary body bends at the hips and the weight of 'dragging' their feet.