[STRICT OHP: LOCK-OUT🔒]‼️ . On yesterday's post we talked about "standing strong" by stacking your joints, and bracing your core, staying tight in order to be able to efficiently press the load over your head in the safest position.[ check the post out ] . Well, for the lock-out nothing changes other than the fact that you're locking out your🔒elbows as you're reaching the top of the movement proceeding to shrugging ⬆️⬆️towards the ceiling and making sure you're bringing your head through so it's under the load. . This way all your joints are sitting nice and stacked while under load and the load over your mid-foot once you've locked it out in order to avoid loosing balance either forward or backward and are reducing risk of injury from being in a strong stable position. . Check out yesterday's post to see why it's ideal to mitigate your lumbar from going into hyperextension during heavier loads over-head. . Make sure to tag a friend and leave a comment below friend. Love ya! 💯❤️🙏🏽 . Online Coaching: @Newbreedphysiques Technique analysis: Hit contact Apparel: @nattyasfuck . #fitnessiq #teamFIQ #newbreedphysiques #teamNBP #manifestgreatness
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we live and play sports in more than one plane so it makes sense to train strength that way as well. The traditional compound lifts (squat/deadlift/clean/etc) isolate movement into one plane, and that development is crucial. @holdenstubblefield is performing accessory work that builds other planes of strength as well as helping improve imbalances with unilateral training. A good program incorporates both.