Why Is Training Technique Important When Performing An Exercise
It is true that any activity and any kind of exercise will do you good and stimulate muscle development, there is still a huge cap in between the results of those who don't know what they are doing and those who follow the right techniques and training methods.
When it comes to lifting weights, beginners make lots of mistakes starting with adding too much weight and lifting more than they should and ending with the fact that since they are not taught to lift weights properly, they are doing it all wrong and may end up with an injury.
For example, if you add too much weight while working on your biceps, you start using your back as well, which is what we call “cheating”. Other common mistakes include training at speeds that are too fast, bouncing the bar off your chest, using the wrong muscles and many more.
Most of the time, your technique is bad because you have never been shown the right way to do it. If you just try your best on your own, you may not use your whole potential. It is best to ask a fitness athlete or a qualified trainer so that he can show you the right form for exercises or work together with you to develop an effective program that you could follow.
With the right technique your results will come faster and be better, you will not feel pain or suffer from injuries due to wrong movements.