Articles from December 2018
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..
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..
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...
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