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The Value of A Training Partner

February 23rd, 2009 at 9:18 pm » Comments (0)

Tweet You can perform aerobic training by yourself. You can do long distance jogging or bicycling without the assistance or support of another person. You can shoot baskets, hike, jump rope, swim, power walk by yourself. To a point you can intensely engage in weight training and make real steady gains than improvement training alone.



Intense Weight Training Helps You Lose Weight

February 17th, 2009 at 7:33 am » Comments (4)

Tweet “I need to do more aerobic exercise to get rid of these love handles.” No you don’t. What you need to do is engage in intense muscle building, preferably compound movements. The more muscle mass you develop, you will be raising your Resting Metabolic Rate. Your RMR accounts for approximately 60-75% of your daily […]



Necessary Equipment You Will Need

February 11th, 2009 at 9:40 pm » Comments (0)

Tweet If your goal is to make the school’s varsity team…If your goal is to take your athletic career into college…If your goal is to get in phenomenal shape to better deal with the pressures of today’s fast paced, high pressured business world…If you‘ve made the decision to seriously make weight training a fundamental part […]



Counting Reps Correctly

February 6th, 2009 at 9:45 pm » Comments (0)

Tweet You have decided to lock yourself into a disciplined program for the next several months where you are allowing yourself to make 5 lb. increases in your training weights only after you have successfully completed 6 sets of 8 reps per set. During the last 2 training sessions you‘ve done the 6 sets, but […]



No One Is Keeping Score

February 1st, 2009 at 1:03 am » Comments (0)

Tweet Recently I took a moment out of my workout to extend a hardy welcome to a new gym member. This new member had never worked out before. I know it took a lot of courage for him to walk through the gym doors and that spoke volumes regarding his desire to make a change […]