Water; so smooth and refreshing no wonder it is referred to as the fountain of life. I totally concur. I recall sometime ago once I wrote on a similar topic, I said something about never having seen a fat swimmer (and I mean professional swimmers; I am aware we come across all kinds of in the local pools nowadays). Same goes for a swimmer with persistent back pain (yeah right! Pretty ironic, isn’t it?). Greater part of lower-back pain issues are caused by strained muscles or ligaments, and though often painful, usually resolves on its own. Structural problems in the spine, for example herniated discs, sometimes require surgical intervention. Swimming offers a non-weight bearing environment in order to exercise the big muscles in the back as well as smaller muscle groups which help support them. Proper stroke technique prevents swimming-related injuries, and stroke drills and kicks help relieve tense muscles. This lower back exercise also has low-impact consequences involved since it does not put any direct stress, twisting or rough contact lying on your back as other sports may do. While limiting pressure and further pain around the back, swimming exercises may also assist to strengthen an inadequate back.
Would it be better if you combine 2 and 3, doing Celan Press?
Excellent video Vince. You are right on with your advice. It’s funny how people put ignorant comments, when you are only trying to help the less educated. Keep up the great work!
nice i like the background music….keep bleeding keep keep bleeding
maybe he didn’t notice, but he was resting more than he should in between exercises because he had to stop and explain the video.
Squats boost the testosterone in the body which burns fat and increases rapid muscle growth.
People a nice tip hit lower body once a week. no excuses.
Where’s scientific proof of this? Sounds like complete broscience. When are at the top of the movement you are pining your elbow joint, thus putting resistance on your connective tissues.
behind the neck is bad for the rotator cuff
agree somewhat however to get the most out your tricep you must flex it as hard as possible at the top of the exercise
uh…15″ arms are not small.
stress on your tendons? that when your a fatass
Watch my newest video to see VinceDelMonte admit he uses STEROIDS!!
It’s because he’s a fitness model and has no clue what he’s talking about. He says to lock out on dips, that’s going to put undue stress on your tendons
he doesn’t squat with very much weight..
I’m not a big fan of this guy, but I have to admit his bench press form is perfect. Don’t touch your chest during your bench, even beginners know that.
Good video, I already do all this. He did not touch his chest on the bench press I think he was in a rush to do the video. This dude looks fit but not big enough, he has small arms like 15″ .
AHHHHH How did I know the 7th would be Squats! I HATE SQUATS!! lol There good though so I do them on every leg workout in one way or another.
lol so im not alone in that
ya …hes vids is the best ever
I LOVE SQUATS….i used to hate them but the results is soooo worth it…it helps me be lean and gain muscle
of course add a little roids and u can get there in 6 weeks 😉
its definetly not all muscle. normal ANNUAL muscle gain ( with proper diet and exercise routine) is 5 to 15 pounds.
you should do about 3-4 sets bro if your going for size and as far as reps for size id say about 5-8
On the strength of this, this is putting me off buying his material. Superficially, this looks good in his analysis of using compound exercises. HOWEVER, he patently executes several of these exercises in a manner that over time will likely injur him. Irresponsible, too, to encourage deadlift and squat particularly without someone qualified to oversea to observe your form. Mind you, he’s not as wreckless as some of the crossfitters (but that’s not saying much)
Very good video! You see lots of bad info on some of the videos you see on Youtube, but this ain’t one of em’. This guy knows what he’s talking about. Good stuff!!!!!