Add angles…Enjoy!

We have went for way too long stating and thinking that if we work a muscle harder and faster or slower at one angle, or direction, that the entire muscle will be worked and affected! Sorry but that cannot and has not ever worked that way. Why? Because one may actually “carve” your muscles with resistance applied to different segments of the muscle (just opposite of ridding oneself of body fat), just like Thanksgiving diner! But how do you carve a “turkey”? Cut at different angles! One angle, like regular standing bicep curls will increase strength somewhat and get bigger but you will lack strength at other angles(as in life), and definition will be hard to find! For definition, one must have more than “big”! Thanks, The Trainer (RN)*

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Published by The Trainer RN Hood River

I want to “help” you have fun and enjoy life. Most important is to assist you in living a wonderful and relatively “pain free” life! Trust me, you don’t want to spend half your life in doctors offices and hospital beds! The Trainer RN* 15 3rd st Hood River Oregon 97031 541-490-8717

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  1. The aspect of angles , great tip , many people who are training only discover the aspect of angles much later on in life . Im thinking of writing an article about people that jogg or run thinking that they will get that well sculpted body they see on t.v and magazines , when actually what they need is resistance training. I think a lot of people are not aware that jogging may not necessarily give them the physique that they are expecting , I would just like to share that info with them. Do you find this to be true from your perspective as a trainer or have you perhaps experienced this phenomenon?

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