Articles from December 2018
Check these out, link below. Excellent for fast-paced circuits! The most versatile strength tool there is.This has a download button for exercise pictures as well...
Squats might add power to your downward force, but hamstrings and glutes propel you forward. Training with deadlifts will help improve and maintain a better posture for longer, and they're an efficient investment in time.See this, from TrainingPeaks.com..
Perspectives and Choices - Power Rack and Leverage GymA rack is the classic strength training tool. With a barbell and plates, and safety bars that can catch a loaded bar you can’t handle, it permits the major compound exercises – presses (with a bench), dead lifts, squats, and with many variations. Add-on features (sometimes included) are chin up bars, and dip bars, which can be used for assisted press-ups, and inverted..
In a report presented to a recent American College of Cardiology Conference, new research found that while all physical activity is beneficial, static activities -- such as strength training-- were more strongly associated with reducing heart disease risks than dynamic activities like walking and cycling. (But doing both static and dynamic activities is probably best)Here's an article: Different types of physical activity offer varying protection against heart disease..
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