På Risør Kraftsport verdsetter vi teknikk


Nyheter / tirsdag, februar 12th, 2019

På Risør Kraftsport verdsetter vi teknikk framfor konstant jag etter mer kilo på stanga koste hva det koste vil. Vi foretrekker langsiktige mål og skynder oss sakte mot dem. Korrekt og dermed effektiv teknikk vil legge et solid grunnlag for å tåle høyere belastning og å forebygge skader som skyldes «for mye for fort». Jevn og skadefri, men noe roligere fremgang er mer å foretrekke enn å legge på kilo kroppen ikke er forberedt på å tåle, skade seg og måtte ta en ufrivillig pause på ubestemt tid. Les teksten under. ______________________________________________________________________________#Repost @squat_university• • • • •If you push through bad technique when lifting (especially in training)- you’re only cheating yourself. Let’s change this. ?.How many times have you seen someone push through horrible technique during a lift – yet their ecstatic they hit a new PR! They’ll post the video to social media & get nothing but praise & «likes» from others celebrating their victory. While I don’t condone calling others out & bashing their lifting – I think we need to rearrange our priorities. I’m here to tell you that pushing through horrible technique for the sake of lifting a big weight is not worth it. Doing so only reinforces bad technique, capsizes your potential to lift even more weight & sets your body up for eventual injury. .Let’s change this. ?.I’m not saying we shouldn’t try to push our limits & work to set new records. That’s what makes the sports of weightlifting, powerlifting, strongman and CrossFit so much fun. When it comes down to competition time, it’s time to leave it all out on the platform & sometimes technique falters when you’re lifting 100%+ weighs! But if you’ve trained the right way & limited technique faults during training, technique errors during competition often won’t be AS BAD and your body will be able to handle it with less risk for injury.??‍♀️___________________

På Risør Kraftsport verdsetter vi teknikk framfor konstant jag etter mer kilo på stanga koste hva det koste vil. Vi foretrekker langsiktige mål og skynder oss sakte mot dem. Korrekt og dermed effektiv teknikk vil legge et solid grunnlag for å tåle høyere belastning og å forebygge skader som skyldes "for mye for fort". Jevn og skadefri, men noe roligere fremgang er mer å foretrekke enn å legge på kilo kroppen ikke er forberedt på å tåle, skade seg og måtte ta en ufrivillig pause på ubestemt tid. Les teksten under. _________________________________#Repost @squat_university• • • • •If you push through bad technique when lifting (especially in training)- you're only cheating yourself. Let's change this. ?.How many times have you seen someone push through horrible technique during a lift - yet their ecstatic they hit a new PR! They'll post the video to social media & get nothing but praise & "likes" from others celebrating their victory. While I don't condone calling others out & bashing their lifting - I think we need to rearrange our priorities. I'm here to tell you that pushing through horrible technique for the sake of lifting a big weight is not worth it. Doing so only reinforces bad technique, capsizes your potential to lift even more weight & sets your body up for eventual injury. .Let's change this. ?.I’m not saying we shouldn’t try to push our limits & work to set new records. That’s what makes the sports of weightlifting, powerlifting, strongman and CrossFit so much fun. When it comes down to competition time, it’s time to leave it all out on the platform & sometimes technique falters when you’re lifting 100%+ weighs! But if you’ve trained the right way & limited technique faults during training, technique errors during competition often won’t be AS BAD and your body will be able to handle it with less risk for injury.??‍♀️_______________________________