The typical approach of targeting various muscles in your workout is inefficient and ineffective. The reason: Your brain sends signals to your muscles when you want them to contract (wake up!), but your brain won't allow muscles to work independently of each other. They're a team, and by training them that way, you'll get better results. In this video, Nick Winkelman explains an easier way to condition your body—by training movements, not muscles.
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