Circuits, HIIT, Cardio with Weights
Posts related to Circuits, High-Intensity Interval Training, Cardio with Weights and other cardio-effective strength training.
Excellent article about how AC joint (shoulders) becomes increasingly susceptible to injury, and shows a way to work around it. Works for me.Breaking Muscle - How To Save Your Shoulders and Still Work Overhead..
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...
Strength training, traditionally favoured by body builders seeking to bulk up, has become the go-to regimen for athletes, weekend warriors and exercise enthusiasts determined to slim down.- says Nick Tumminello, a strength trainer with a big-following website. He believes strength training should be the primary form of exercise for everyone except beginners.Read more: Strength Training Gets a Makeover..
Dumbbells are occasionally underrated as a tool for leg strength development. They should not be! To start with, you do not need the space that you do for a barbell and rack arrangement. (We refer Ironmaster Quick-Lock Dumbbells here, which take up a fraction of the space regular dumbbells do)Second there can be less risk of injury in an overload situation - and greater convenience - in being able to drop the dumbbells; and a barbell on the shoulders can be umcomfortable at the best of times. And while having a heavy load sitting on the rack means it is quick to get into the l..
Feet forward-and-down technique. Learnt from Lou Ferrigno...
They require you to pause at the bottom, let you go further because you know the box is there; are adjustable…each brings more power. Good article from Muscle and Fitness...
Four out of five people suffer serious back pain at some stage of their lives. The hyperextension exercise is one exercise that can build lower back strength in a way that helps avoid this. There are right ways and wrong ways, and Powertec has a very popular machine to help you do it properly. Lets you do hyperextensions at many angles, including the standard 45 and 90 degree. It also permits perfect crunches, and has lots of adjustability in footplates, rollers and pads to suit any body shape positioning. There’s a weight limit of 225 kg!Here’s Powertec’s unit, available at Fitness and Leisur..
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