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Published on Jun 30, 2009
http://www.DebraStefan.com Weighted Back Raise a.k.a. Hyperextensions - With a minimum weight, you can increase the training effect in performing slow, controlled repetitions targeting the entire backside of the body. You may need to anchor the feet, as the legs must remain down throughout the movement. Holding the weight behind the neck in a natural position will not strain the neck and does load the working muscles significantly when striving for sets of low, meaningful repetitions. Arm position alone can affect training intensity without adding further weight.