Good Mornings Are an Excellent Auxiliary Movement

Clara T. Fryman

Stringent good mornings with the ft placed wide, the knees locked and the back again held straight is an exceptional movement that solves a number of problems for starting lifters. They also deliver supplemental strengthening for veteran lifters.

 

The lifter need to get the barbell on the shoulders driving the neck, and move away from the racks, and presume a stance with at the very least ninety levels concerning the thighs.

 

The knees need to be locked, and the head need to seem ahead through the movement. The athlete need to then bend ahead from the hip, maintaining the back

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