Surely that on more than one occasion have suffered discomfort in his back that have prevented us correct mobility in many cases. Not always the case, but most of the time this can be due to a the weak back muscles.
Most of us when you train in the gym is often greater emphasis on the muscles of the front of the body, forgetting back, when really there has to be a harmony between the two to offset the force of each of the other, and is developed muscles of the front of the body, a little developed rear will get that end up adopting postures that lead to pain and possible injury.
In training always we have to keep a certain harmony, you never have to work one bit more than other. The most common excuse is that we already have well developed legs, or the back and that you don’t need to train them, but that we must more influence elsewhere that we have perhaps less developed by nature. But this is simply a belief, since all parts of the body have a relationship and as such it should work.
We must not forget that the body is a whole global that it sustains and supports elsewhere, nothing have a zone very develops if the rest you have weak and will not be able to withstand the thrust of those more developed muscles, and is that stronger fibers end for exercising one greater thrust and manage to overcome the less developed antagonists, in this way moving bones and ending with worse posture with which entails of aches and pains.
To avoid this is important work the back muscles and avoid to be weak front of the of the front part of our body. To achieve harmony, we need to know to correlate different antagonistic muscle groups. The breastplate be trained with the same intensity as the dorsal fin to keep it at the same level and achieve a balance.
In the case of the shoulder we will work the front face of the deltoid and back, along with the trapezium which are which will keep some cervical protected against the forward thrust exercised by the chest on the joints of the shoulder and are causes of many injuries and discomfort. The lumbar region tends to be another of those affected by this imbalance, since we always train the abdominals but this part just we have in mind, for it always must work together both zones.
Certainly training is important for maintaining a strong and healthy body, but always do so thinking that the body balance It is essential and that if train evil instead of improve our health we can do is make it worse and achieve up to injury because of the muscle imbalance.
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