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  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...

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      Deadlifts are a great way to strengthen your lower body as they work your legs, glutes, and lower back. However, sometimes they can cause pain in your lower back if you don’t use proper form. In fact, here are some common form-related issues that can harm your lower back if they aren’t corrected: Your back isn’t straight when you begin the exercise. Arch your back too much or not enough when you start to pick up the weight and you’ll likely feel some discomfort after performing your deadlifts. Therefore, aim to keep a straight line from your...

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  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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  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...

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  This is my getting back into the gym workout. Simple short workout took me 23 minutes to complete. I found this workout just right for getting back in the gym after a few weeks holiday break. It's important not too burn out, try keeping it simple and allow time to recover, making sure you complete the exercises correctly. I am always working on form, you can never be 100% perfect. Shoulders back throughout every exercise. I took less break time, you should always be in control of every movement. If form fails stop and take a breather.  Remember to warm...

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