Sunday, November 15, 2009

Increasing weights Part 2

This is a side thought as participants you are entitled to descent workout and in a safe and stable environment. I would challenge all participants to ask their instructors to use the same mix more than a few times. See how the difference is. You will notice an increase in your weights. You will also notice that your technique has improved (as you know what is coming up the next week) and you can also work on ROM.

So there is the challenge ask your instructor to do the above and leave their need for mixing out of the equation and concentrate on you the participant attending a Bodypump class. You will notice remarkable differences in your workout.

If they constantly change the music then you are not getting the full benefits of a workout that you can truly work on your technique and physical execution of movement.

You can finally increase your weights safely.



Blogger Julia said...

totally agree with the above! I find it really hard to adapt to the constantly changing mixes and I don't get what I want out of the class when the track selection changes weekly. That seems to be the case with the majority of LM classes because instructors get "bored" with the music. I certainly don't though :) will have a word with our BP instructor about that. Thanks, love your blog

11:06 pm  
Blogger admin said...

Hi Julia,

Thanks for stopping by. Thank you for the comments. Let me know how you go with your quest to get them to use a consistent track list selection.

Thanks once again for the comment :)

7:51 pm  

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