Be honest to yourself........ Are you fully focused on form and technique when you train? It's all too common to see guys and gals in the gym using weights that are too heavy which just produces sloppy movements with lack of range and control.
Be honest with yourself and push weights that you have total control of. It doesn't matter if you are training for endurance, hypertrophy, strength or power your form must be spot on.
If you are serious about your training you shouldn't be concerned about how much others are lifting or if they are watching you. Progression and longevity should be what's on your mind during your fitness journey.
In this clip (bent over row) I move into position in a controlled fashion with a good hip-width foot stance. In the hinged position I have maintained a neutral spine and head position. I always tell my clients to keep their eyes on the bar, knees and feet throughout the set. During the movement I hold my shape and keep very stable throughout my body. This will ensure you don't waste energy rocking, swaying or wobbling which will only fatigue you prematurely.
Good technique includes choice of weight, focus on technique of your particular exercise/movement, tempo of movement, position (of feet, hips, spine, head), balance, neutral spine if required and breathing. Someone that trains well will also focus on how they get into and out of position for an exercise.
If you don't think your technique is quite right ask a "GOOD COACH" for help! That's what they are for. Just like any other good service requires be prepared to pay for it too👍🏽 #hes_in_good_nick#technician#honesty#personaltrainer#topgun#execution#functionalfitness#correctposition#healthandwellness#fitnesstips#tempo#qualitynotquantity#wintertraining#exerciseprescription#rangeofmotion#trainsmart#unlockyourpotential#injuryprevention#improvement#optimization#perfectionist#practice#athlete#strengthandconditioning#doitright#finerdetails#gym#jointmobility#lifestyle#london