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It was great chance to check my current situations and realistic advices, either I know or even I didn’t know in Theatre industry.
If you have a time to think at the table, just go out, and deal with it.
Don’t waste your time to be a dreamer.
World will never finds you if you not make yourself stand in front of the line.
Don’t afraid failure, those process will make you stronger and harder.
Dreaming big is good, but start with something affordable.
Knock the door, till they answer.
알고있던 꿈보다는 현실적인 조언들을 다시 한번 확인했고,
모르고 있던 조언들을 더 많이 들을 수 있었던 Theatre Craft.
책상에서 생각할 시간이 있으면 당장 밖으로 나가서 행동으로 옮겨라.
몽상가 되는데 시간을 낭비 하지 마라.
세상은 최전선에 뛰어들어 행하기 전까지 날 절대 먼저 찾지 않는다.
실패를 두려워하지마라, 이 과정은 날 더욱 강하고 단단하게 만들것이다.
꿈을 크게 갖는건 좋지만, 현실적으로 이룰 수 있는 것부터 생각해보자.
그들이 답을 할때까지 두드려라.
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If you can’t feel it, you can’t grow it.
It’s no surprise that (generally) the muscle groups a person can connect and ‘feel’ the best, are often the biggest / most well developed and they enjoy training the most.
So something that I spend a lot of time on with my clients in the early stages is teaching them how to ‘feel’ the target muscle in an exercise.
Even new clients who have a couple of years training under their belt often struggle to feel certain muscle groups.
So how do we go about it?
1. Go back a step - I’ll often start a client off with just body weight - get them to feel what movement I want them to be doing and to get an understanding for how that muscle moves.
2. Use a load you can manage - I’m all for heavy fucking weights. But learn how to feel the muscle and control the load before thinking that you’re Arnie. (IMO) newer lifters will often have to use a slower more controlled tempo.
3. Basic anatomy. Understanding where the muscles origin and insertion point is so you know what two points you’re trying to bring together in an exercise.
4. Maintain form and tempo throughout - it’s easy to rush the last few reps, cheat the depth, or to ‘cheat’ the rep by rounding your shoulders, pelvis moving, letting your elbow move, etc etc. It’s often the last few on an exercise that you will ‘feel’ the best.
What muscle’s do YOU struggle to feel? Comment below and I’ll post a video later this week with some tips!
Client @adamwearing for today’s model. ...