Your shoulder joint does so much work.
Many athletes make use of a Kinesiology session to improve their joints, wrists and shoulders like a preventative measure against accidents, while others believe it helps their particular muscles to relax properly right after training.
When used in this fashion, it's often important to apply the Kinesiology tape from the muscle nearest the heart along the muscle much needed dietary fibre for optimum results. Using Kinesio tape on kneecap injuries requires a different approach and it's recommended that you talk to a therapist or trainer who has been certified in kinesiology and allow them to demonstrate how to wrap your knees properly using Kinesio cassette.
This ensures that the strapping will work as it should which your body will heal alone faster.
To build those impressive shoulder muscles that make a man seem so cut, it is important that to over work the muscle tissue in the shoulders is the worst thing you can do.
Working the shoulders once a week between workouts on other parts of the body is what is most recommended by professionals. However, following a specific workout pattern can add to the effectiveness of building muscle tone in the shoulder area.
The end result can begin to be achieved in as little as eight weeks when the exercise regimen is executed properly. A very effective way to begin to bulk up those muscles in the shoulders is marked out below and is highly recommended by professional bodybuilders throughout the world.
It is important to not become too repetitious in the working of the shoulder muscles and it is advised to develop two different work-out plans and to alternate the use of each weekly.
So plan 'A' would be used for the first week; then plan 'B' for the second; continuing to rotate the exercise plans accordingly. A good example of either plan is a series of exercises that are both heavy and light to the muscles to be toned; i.e. the shoulders in this case.
Warm-up exercises are critical when working the shoulders as it is when working all muscles and this regimen has those warm-up activities already built in.
Also, it is important to remember that to increase the intensity of the workout, one should not add to the number of sets or the number of reps. suggested; rather they should simply cut down the rest time between each from one minute to thirty seconds as is determined to be workable by the trainee.
Article by Brian Walters
VALERIE WALTERS Kinesiology Practitioner & Trainer (02) 4284 1378
NILVA VAN ZEYL Kinesiology Practitioner & Trainer (02) 4869 4541
Easternview Education Centre 5 Ross Street, Fernhill NSW 2519