Understandably weight training can be intimidating so I'm gonna show you three moves where you can cover most of your body. This is seated press you can train your back and your arm muscles, you grab the handles here, slide back with your feet on the platform, and you stay upright chest toward the ceiling.
Start to join your shoulder blades back to move the weight, encourage your back and your elbows. Start to pull let it come forward slowly, don't want the weight stack to hit and repeat.
Throw your shoulder blades back slowly, keep pulling back, your elbows are going just about your midline and then you're bringing it forward again. This is called a chest Press, you have to bring this seat up or down depending on your height.
You'll know that it's at the right level for you when you sit down, when your elbows are lined up with your chest. You don't want to your elbow to be too high you don't want your elbow too low, it's just a straight line between your elbow and your chest. You can sit back, keep your shoulder blades drawn back, look straight ahead, and have good form, good posture, and then just press the weight stack away from you.
Push the handle away from you and then bring it back slowly, keeping good form without letting your elbows rise or fall. Just press the weight stack away from you and bring it back slowly, repeating without hitting the weight stack. This is your leg press, we are going to train our legs, its your butt your back of your legs and your thighs when you sit down on the machine.
There's a particular line and that you have to look for, so that you don't get hurt. You put both your legs up on the platform, you want to make sure that both your legs are even that they line up with your hip,...
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