Fitness tips for lifting plus bonus!

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  1. Oh man, I have only recently started incorporating heavy weight into my workout routine. I haven’t used a belt or a pad at all yet, but I think I would really like to try – the bar on my back hurts right now, and I’m never sure of my breathing.
    Thanks for sharing these tips! They’re really helpful.

    -MG https://malissagreenwood.com/

    • Hdthreviews Hdthreviews says:

      You will only want to use a belt if you are ready to reach your maximum weight limit for you. As for the bar yes girl get you a squat pad soon it will make you be able to finish all your reps with perfection. (Most don’t notice they lose out on their form when they are in discomfort.) When lifting you want to take a deep breath do your reps (10 or 15 reps if it heavy or 15-20 reps if it is light weight). If you breath while lifting you won’t be able to lift as much as you could of 😉 Take your time building on the weight you never want to get hurt when lifting. You’re so welcome for the tips dear. I will be posting a lot more about fitness later on in my blog. 🙂 Thanks for reading I really appreciate it! XO

  2. These are great tips! I still don’t know very much about lifting weights, but I’m fascinated by everything it can do for you!

  3. Karen L says:

    I’ve been wanting to lift heavier, and this is so useful! Thank you!

    • Hdthreviews Hdthreviews says:

      You’re welcome! Be sure to go up on weight slowly. I am excited to see what you will be lifting! Be sure to come back and let us know how much weight you have went up. XO

  4. This review is so helpful. I would love to try this one day 🙂

  5. shan walkerq says:

    Such great advice for lifting. safety first!

  6. Weightlifting can be intimidating for women, myself included. But we know that weight-bearing and strength exercises are important for our health and can help us maintain our goal weight. Thank you for these tips, it helps me stay motivated!

    Gennifer Rose | http://www.GenniferRose.com

    • Hdthreviews Hdthreviews says:

      Yes, I agree it can be intimidating for women. I wasn’t sure of it when I first begun doing it and now I can’t imagine not doing it haha. I really hope you stay motivated and begin to lift heavier. Thanks so much for reading. I will be posting more fitness tips soon. XO

  7. Kimberly @ Berly's Kitchen says:

    I used to lift but never anything super heavy. I always wondered about a belt. What you’re saying makes sense. If I lift again, I’ll know what to look for.

  8. madhuri says:

    this is so amazing

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