There are a few simple things that you need to remember when you are working with roman chair to get the most out of the machine and your body as well. With practice, this will become second nature to you.
Locked Core: It’s important to keep reminding yourself in the beginning to keep your core locked and rigid. This will help you maintain a better posture as well.
Pace Yourself: Most of the exercises involving roman chairs has the head going below the body, which can result in a lot of blood rushing to your head. This can make you dizzy if you aren’t used to it. If this happens, stop immediately.
Learn to Hyperextend: Hyperextensions are an integral part of the roman chair movements, but you need to remember that is can also backfire because of too much effort. You shouldn’t push yourself beyond parallel position when it comes to exercises on the roman chair.
Use Weights Appropriately: Everyone is looking to maximize their gains off their body during exercise and so they try to push themselves with added weights. But when it comes to roman chairs, remember to never add weights to the back of the head.