a. Small ladder. Female who focus on toning the small muscles (biceps and calves) before the superior muscles (legs, tail and back, for example) are able to perform more reps and sculpt their figures more effectively. Scientists have discovered that by working the smaller muscles before, people develop less lactic acid and less fatigued. A more effective routine also feels easier!
b. Move less. Making small actions can make you smaller. For example, if you’re doing squats, lower your legs until they are parallel to the floor, but instead of returning to the starting position to complete the repetition, arise only inches and back down, pressing and movement. When you squat thus tired thighs and tail faster and that is precisely what the tones!
c. Hold! Each action has a place in which the muscle reaches a peak contraction or activation. You recognize when you feel a squeeze when you’re doing crunches, for example. When you get to this point support the movement, the muscles tightens and count to 5. This will break more muscle tissue which helps you more when the muscle tone is regenerated.
d. Stops. When you’re making a move and it’s time to “let go”-the time you return to the first round position, count 4 seconds. This keeps the muscle under worry for longer helping you burn more calories and tone more; take a second more before the next repetition. Overloading the muscles helps the decomposition and reconstruction that sculpts. No roads aortas gathering momentum, slower movements beam to harden faster!
e. Think of the muscle. Studies have revealed that if you focus on the muscle you are working, you can recruit more muscle fiber and minimize the involvement of those muscles that will “help” to make a move. Try: imagine your abs, focus on them as they shrink and visualize how you want to be seen. That’s the way to a flat belly and sexy.