CT Fletcher's 10 Commandments Of Muscle Growth - Bodybuilding.com
The 10 muscle commandments
Thou shalt never round thy shoulders or back
Don't try to undo a million years of evolution in your gym session. "Rounding your back pushes your vertebrae together at inefficient angles," says Carlyle Jenkins, chiropractor and sports rehabilitation specialist atProhab, London. "When a rounded back is combined with the burden of lifting weights you can easily pull a muscle or rupture a disc."
The fixWhen doing bent-over moves like the deadlift or bent-over rows, never lift your head forwards to observe your form when in front of a mirror as this pulls your spine out of line. "Rather, stand side on to the mirror and turn your head to the left or right to get the best view of your posture." For standing exercises, always keep your chin up and head straight. This will maintain your spine in the correct position and keep Darwin's backbone firmly in place.
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