Often, coaches offer high physical exertion, preparing children for results at competitions and disregarding sexual characteristics. Meanwhile, it is obvious that the body and body of girls are very different from boys. Sometimes, the girls themselves, deciding to practice on their own, choose exercises that not only will not bring any benefit, but also can seriously harm their body.
What are these exercises that need to be excluded from training for girls aged 7 to 18?
1. Twisting for the development of abdominal muscles (swing press)
With the wrong technique of performing this exercise leads to an increase in pressure in the abdominal cavity and, as a result, to the extrusion of the pelvic organs down, leading to their omission. This may threaten the development of female diseases, delayed or irregular menstruation.
2. Pushups from the floor
These exercises, more suitable for boys, should not be offered to girls, as their joints, wrists and elbows are weak enough, and any excessive workload can lead to injury. Pushups from the floor is better to replace pushups from the wall.
3. Walking on hands
The same (and even more serious) harm as with push-ups from the floor. Early osteochondrosis of the cervical spine develops.
4. Lifts the legs supine
This popular exercise, instead of strengthening the abs, leads to muscle tension, which, in turn, limits the mobility of the hip joints. Also raising the legs lying on your back contributes to painful periods.
5. High jumps with a constant leading foot
Lead to the formation of “oblique” pelvis and, as a consequence, to scoliotic posture.
6. Pulling on the crossbar
Due to the weakness of the arm muscles, shoulder injuries occur.
7. Squatting with a barbell on the shoulders.
Probable protrusion or hernia of the lumbar spine.
8. Jumping up with a barbell.
Threatened with protrusions or hernias of the lumbar spine, as well as injuries of the knees.
9. Twine longitudinal
It leads to the formation of an “oblique” pelvis and, as a result, to scoliotic posture.
10. All exercises for arms using heavy dumbbells (over 2 kg.)
Injuries to the shoulder and elbow joints are possible.
This exercise contributes to the formation of incorrect posture, the appearance of hernias, protrusions.