Why angles?

We think of muscles as parts. But skeletal muscles themselves consist of many thousands of tiny parts called fibers. Crucially, fibers—which are one to four inches long—rarely run the length of any muscle you train. Therefore, an exercise Opens a New Window. that stresses fibers near a muscle’s top won’t activate fibers near the bottom. Diverse angles of attack are necessary to stimulate as many fibers as possible and goad them toward growth, and no methodology hits your muscles in more ways each workout than small-angle training. Muscle and Fitness #personaltraining #fitness #personaltrainer #workout #gym #training #fitnessmotivation #fit #health #fitfam #motivation #kickboxing #exercise #crossfit #gymlife #bodybuilding #bootcamp #functionaltraining #lifestyle #strength #healthylifestyle #fitlife #getfit #pt #yoga #grouptraining #goals #fatloss #bhfyp #boxin