You first need to choose the right shovel, gloves and shoes. The shovel should be long enough for you, smooth, durable and comfortable handle. If the shaft is rough, poorly polished, too short or too long, you run the risk of spending too much time and effort on digging of the plot and bring hands. Gloves should be comfortable, but not too hot. Their main purpose is to protect your hands, and not to interfere with the use of a shovel, keep this in mind. As for shoes, use shoes with very sturdy soles. This makes it easier to press the spade, without pain, and dig quickly and efficiently.
To dig easier, bayonet shovels should be sharpened. This allows you to exert less effort and achieve greater results. Take shovel in hand, vibrates, place your foot on the shovel and push. Right-handed, it's usually easier to press the right foot and left-handers – left. If you wish you can try both options and choose more suitable. To stick a bayonet in the ground should be either full depth or half depending on how deep should be scope.
Ideally, the bayonet must be placed strictly perpendicular to the ground, because of the inclined position, you won't be able to dig a patch deep enough. He plunged his bayonet shovels in the ground, slightly back and hands by pressing firmly on the shaft, using it like a lever. Faced with a bayonet of a shovel a layer of earth moves. Raising the shovel, you can either put the land back if the land is dug up, or throw it aside, if you dig a hole. In the first case, it is recommended a few times to stick a bayonet spade dug in the ground to break up large pieces and make a layer more loose. Dig not too slow and not too fast. Try to find a comfortable rhythm of movement, then you can accomplish the job with optimum time and effort.