October 19, 2016
This is a basic workout which includes two barbell leg exercises finishing with plyometric jumps at the end of the workout. These three exercises are as following Lunges 1.Grasp the barbell with both hands, then move into the clean and press position. Press the barbell over the head and bring the bar back down so its resting on the back of the shoulders. 2. With your leg, step forward about three feet until your thigh is parallel to the floor so the opposite knee is nearly touching the floor.3. Then return to start position bringing the leg up back to straight position standing tall. Squats 1. Place your...
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July 03, 2016
Most of us go to the gym, use the equipment, and then leave without even once wondering how the objects we engaged with were created. Our only thought is on our fitness, and likely what we need to do or not do to improve it. However, if you’re a history buff (or simply curious about how the things you use were invented), then here’s a little lesson on Olympic plates. The International Olympic Committee reports that weightlifting made its first appearance in this high level sporting event in 1896 where it was practiced by both the Egyptians and the...
July 30, 2015
Typically, a lot of pre-season training articles talk about the exercises you can do to get your body back into top game shape. However, what you eat is just as critical to your sports-related success. In other words, having a diet that includes certain foods can help take you one level higher, making it easier to complete your workouts and pre-season training sessions. What foods are these? Here are some that are essential for a performance maximizing plan: Lean meats. By eating lean meats while in pre-season, you are supplying your body with top quality proteins necessary to building...
May 21, 2015
When discussing muscle enhancing exercises, it isn’t uncommon to hear about muscle strength and muscle endurance. Therefore, understanding the difference between these two terms is important to knowing how best to meet your muscle-related fitness goals. Muscle Strength Muscle strength refers to the amount of weight or force your muscles can exert to push, pull, or lift an object once or twice. For instance, a person who can lift a 20 pound bag of flour is said to have more muscle strength than someone who can only lift a 10 pound bag. Muscle strength is important to everyday tasks...
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May 13, 2015
Typically, when people create their muscle building fitness regimen, they think primarily about the amounts of weight they will be lifting. Subsequently, they set goals that involve increasing those weights, slowly building their physique and making their muscles bigger and stronger. While this is certainly important to a well-rounded fitness routine, one thing is even more imperative to consider: your form. If you are sacrificing your physical form in order to lift larger amounts of weight, you are likely doing your body more harm than good. To perform exercises incorrectly increases your risk of sustaining injuries, which means that...