4 Workout Gym Machines Game-changers
It’s Tuesday and we are, as always, ready for another day of smashing our fitness goals and making the most of our workouts!
One topic that I often get asked about when it comes to hitting the gym, is whether there are certain machines that should be favoured to get the best fitness results.
After all, we all have our favourites, but are the best to use to get where we physically want to be?
In today’s newsletter, we are covering our top five workout machines - check them out!
The leg press
This one always feels pretty easy and fun to do, right?
Well, here’s another reason why the leg press is fantastic: it helps to build leg strength, and because it targets so many muscles, it can help get a great shape for your legs.
Just ensure that you always work with a weight that you can manage - otherwise, you could put strain on your back and muscles.
The trusty rowing machine
The great thing about using this equipment is that you work on both your back and biceps muscles.
Your lower body and core are also strengthened, but even better: this machine is great for building up endurance!
To make the most of this machine, ensure that you have good posture, otherwise, you won’t be able to breathe as deeply as you should, and you could put strain on your body.
The lat pulldown machine
If you want a real "doritos" back than this machine is the one to use.
This exercise main to hit the back and increasing strength but most of all shape.
We recommend if you never tried to start with light weight and work your way up.
Most important: be sure to have a good posture, it's very easy damaging your back if you don't how to use this machine.
The cable machine for triceps
This machine is the best for working both biceps and triceps on our opinion.
It will help you tone several muscles too, including your pecs and deltoids.
Together with good posture, make sure you use this machine with a setting that you can control and that will not strain your body.
You can use this machine also for different types of exercise.
Some of them are: overhead extensions, pushdowns, v-bar pushdown and of course rope pulldowns.
But remember to use control when returning to the starting position.