Bodybuilding has been around for quite some time now, but we have to be honest and say that the science and innovation has been lacking. Recently, many of us have been starting to dig and seek the truth about exercises and nutrition. While some exercises are inefficient, others are inherently bad exercises.
In this article we are going to distinguish the difference between inefficient and bad exercises. Moreover, educate you so you can make the best decision on which exercises you should choose.
Bad vs. Inefficient Exercises
Before we begin to look at the factors that make up a bad exercise, let us distinguish between what an inefficient exercise is, and what constitutes an inherently bad exercise. When it comes to inefficient exercises, they might work for certain goals, but we have better options. Why perform them if you have better options?
Examples to illustrate this can be squats on a bosu ball, or doing biceps curls while squatting. These exercises are not necessarily bad or harmful, but we have better ways of achieving a certain stimulus.
So, they are not going to cause you injuries, or make you worse off, but they simply are a waste of time. There are so many better options, depending on what you are trying to achieve.
On the other hand, we have exercises that are going to make you worse off over the long-term. These exercises are simply bad. You might not notice anything bad after performing this exercise for a short while, or even 20 times. But, if you keep doing this exercise…
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