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Default How Strict Should Your Exercise Form Be? by Lee Hayward - 03-14-2010, 11:20 AM

Lee answers this question-though some might
argue-by breaking down the different levels of lifters.
Well, like many things, when it comes to working out, there is no right or wrong answer to this question. It all depends on the individual, the training situation, the level of training, and the fitness goals. Obviously, beginners and people who are new to the gym need to learn how to perform the exercises with proper form using light weights. At this stage, they just need to take baby steps, get used to the whole working out process, and learn how it feels to work their muscles with weight training.

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