Category Archives: Training Tips

12 Steps to Incorporate Exercise into Your Life.

Sometimes a new thought or a new idea is all you need to make a lasting change. You can wake up one day and decide to make your entire life change. If you are new to exercise or you dropped it for a while and you want to get back to doing it, the best way to begin is with small steps. You don’t have to become an athlete overnight to make exercise a part of.
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10 Tips for Safer Exercise

1. Adjust your program daily based on your perceived exertion. Some days you have it and some you just don't. Even if you are working at the same speed or resistance you've done with ease, variables such as the time of day, your level of fatigue, what you've had to eat, when you last ate, whether you are adequately hydrated and your general health can impact your ability to exercise. Fine-tune exercise accordingly so that while.
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What Are Plyometrics? Unlike typical strength training exercises that involve long, slow movements designed to increase muscular strength and mass, plyometric exercises involve quick, explosive movements designed to increase speed and power. A plyometric exercise consists of three phases. The first is a rapid muscle lengthening movement called the eccentric phase. Second comes a short resting period called the amortization phase. Finally, the athlete engages in an explosive muscle shortening movement called the concentric phase. The athlete.
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