Reasons   You  Should Do  Body- Weight Exercises

Importance of Bodyweight Training

Importance of Bodyweight Training

Most of us aren’t that fortunate to have a fully equipped gym at home and have to turn to bodyweight exercises. But is that a bad thing?

Importance of Bodyweight Training

Importance of Bodyweight Training

Bodyweight workouts are undoubtedly the single most convenient form of training – all you need is just some space (in many cases – not even much space).

What  Are The  Benefits Of  Body- Weight Exercises

#1. Beginner-friendly

#1. Beginner-friendly

- Bodyweight exercises are in general much less technical than weightlifting ones - Injury risks are minimal  - You’re less likely to overload your body with the initial stress of exercising

#2 Develop & Improve Technique

#2 Develop & Improve Technique

- Great to practice, develop, & improve your technique - It will allow you to safely master the form & have much more control & confidence once you start loading the movement - E.g. before deadlifts, practice the hip hinge

#3 Injury Prevention

#3 Injury Prevention

- Bodyweight exercises have a lower impact on your joints, tendons, & muscles = lower injury risk - By perfecting your form through bodyweight exercises, you are much less likely to injure yourself once you start working with weights

#4 Easily Accessible

#4 Easily Accessible

- Bodyweight exercises  require the bare minimum – just some space & your own body - If you’re a complete beginner, have zero equipment at home, and have no desire to visit a gym, bodyweight exercises are your obvious choice

#5 Agility & Speed

#5 Agility & Speed

- Have you heard about the term plyometric exercises? - Plyometrics are a great way to improve your agility but are not be advisable for training newbies or people recovering from injuries

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