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     Fitness Tips For 1/19/2011
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Hyperextension and Reverse Hyperextension Benefits

Hyper Help

by Dwayne Hines

Do you want to improve your squatting capabilities? You should. Olympic
coach Harvey Newton notes that "the basic squat is the foundation for 
not only weightlifting but also nearly every functional athletic 
movement in sport today." Boyd Epley, founder of the National Strength
and Conditioning Association (N.S.C.A.) states in his book The Path to 
Athletic Power that "the squat is the best exercise to develop lean 
body mass." And at the core, thatís what its about, isnít it? Building 
lean body mass is the end goal, and the squat is the premium tool with
which to do it. Essentially, the best way to build big muscles is to 
squat.  

If you want to maximize your squatting, a group you want to gain some 
insight from are the powerlifters.  Powerlifters squat with incredible 
tonnage and build up super powerful legs. Powerlifters employ the top 
techniques for squatting that is truly impressive. 

One of the techniques that some top powerlifters employ to benefit 
their squatting is to target the hamstrings. Top powerlifters, 
particularly those from Louie Simmonís famous Westside Barbell gym, 
have found a correlation between strong hamstrings and powerful 
squatting. The hamstrings, it turns out, play a key role in maximum
squatting (and deadlifting also).

To target the hamstrings, powerlifters employ a couple of types of 
hyperextension movements Ė the standard hyperextension, and the reverse
hyperextension.  

The connection here is that if you build up your hamstrings (via 
hyperextension and reverse hyperextension exercises), you will in turn
improve your squat, which in turn builds up lean muscle mass in the 
body. 

The hyperextension is familiar to many but the reverse hyperextension
is unique.  However, if you Google the term you can quickly spot 
several examples of how it is performed (via online videos, Youtube, 
etc.) that show how to perform it.

There are a couple of obvious takeaways here. First, if you are not 
squatting, you need to be. And second, add some hyperextension 
movements and reverse hyperextension exercises to your workouts.
	
Dwayne Hines is the author of "The Growth Zone" Ė a new approach to 
building mass muscle fast. 
See http://www.trulyhuge.com/fast-muscle-growth.html

And "Conditioning for Fighting" Ė a mixed training approach for those 
who want to improve their fight conditioning. 
See http://www.trulyhuge.com/conditioning-for-fighting.html


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