One of the simplest mistakes you can make in the gym is that you change your form with the simplest exercises.
Maybe your hips sink like an old ship on boards and pushups, or you have problems keeping the spine in a neutral position when you squat down. An Error That Caused Men's Health Fitness Director Ebenezer Samuel, C.S.C.S. You often see in the lunge when overweight athletes fall too low and use the floor underneath like a trampoline.
"The most difficult position of the lunge occurs when you are almost ready to hit the ground," says Samuel. "This is also the position in the lunge that is most wasted, you can see it when someone's knee crashes into the ground as it crashes, which is partly a lack of will to stay in control (or sometimes a deficiency ability to stay in control)). "
As with the other form of faux pas mentioned above, the bad habit of a knee-leading lunge means that you leave potential gains on the ground. "The lack of control at the bottom of the lunge means you miss the chance to stimulate your buttock muscles overall and teach them to actively maintain a true hip position," says Samuel. "And if you never learn to live with control in the lowest position of the lunge, you also miss the chance to create the strong one-sided glute contraction required to get out of position."
Combating Bad Longe Habits (Samuel suggests trying out this hellish countdown series once to get a great deal on the next leg day, all you need for the Cossack hover countdown is a series of kettlebells and some space to move around If you want to try out the training at home, check out these kelbels from Yes4All.