Overpower Pain is a superior physical training guide which describes classic weight training problems pictorially. For instance, progressive resistance is an integral part of the weight training regimen. Utilizing weights provides more efficient cardio and pulmonary functioning. The metabolic rate is raised with rigorous exercise and muscle strength is gained with repetitive exercise sequences. Special weight training sequences may help arthritis of the neck due to muscular imbalances which require re-balancing.
Mitchell T. Yass describes classic mistakes to avoid while training with weights. For instance, joints should never be locked. Exercises should be performed with a full range of controlled slow motion. The appropriate amount of weight should be selected to enhance the experience. No more than two-three exercises should be done for each body part exercised.
The geometry of weight training requires that every exercise be performed on a single plane with the forearm perpendicular to the floor. Larger body parts should be worked before smaller ones. Muscles should be given ample time to rest from rigorous resistance training. Also, the knee should be in line with the foot and not in the front. Lastly, exhale as the muscle shortens.
The presentation is easy to read, and the many diagrams add to the experience by pinpointing the exact posture of the body during the exercise regimen . Classic weight training techniques are described together with the physical benefit to be expected.
Much attention is paid to safety issues and the need to prevent injury during intense exercise sessions. Overpower Pain: The Strength Training Program That Stops Pain Without Drugs or Surgery is an excellent value for a wide spectrum of physical fitness enthusiasts. The publication is on store shelves in time for the commencement of this new school year.