Vasyl Havrylyuk

Jefferson Curl check form

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Vasyl Havrylyuk

A few weeks ago I have started with Jefferson Curl, starting with 2 sets x 8 reps (8kg) and today I did 6x 8, the next week it's supose I'm gonna start with 2 sets again but +2-4kg more, and my cuestion is, before moving forward, what do you think about my jefferson curl's form?

Here a video:

Thanks in advance.

Cheers, ;)

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Alessandro Mainente

The weight should be held closer to the body as long as possible.

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Vasyl Havrylyuk
Posted (edited)
13 hours ago, Alessandro Mainente said:

The weight should be held closer to the body as long as possible.

Ok Alessandro! So when I'm doing jefferson I need to approach the bar more to me, and the shoulder/escapula position, how do you see it? I don't know if I need to depress shoulder when I'm down and retract at top position, I haven't found información about this

Thanks dude, regards ;) 

 

 

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Alessandro Mainente

The shoulder depresses naturally in the top position. The further deep discussion is reserved to the private forum which talks about JC as the material of GB courses.

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Antonio Alías Montoya

If you focus on moving one vertebrae at a time everything else will be dialed in. The focus is on the spine. I started practicing with just 2 kg and closed eyes to become aware of my spine.

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Vasyl Havrylyuk

Ok, thanks mates, on the next session I'll record me again, to see new form!

Cheers, ;) 

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Luke Searra

We will be waiting for your next video @Vasyl Havrylyuk

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