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How To Smash The Military Physical Fitness Test Using Only Body Weight Training by Tee Major Posted Thu 20 Dec 2012 7:30am I train with all branches of military daily and make no mistake, if you want to have a successful career in the military, fitness will be a focus. The men and women of the armed forces are a special breed of athletes with special fitness requirements and demands.  They are held to the highest fitness standards and are required to meet and e ... Read on »
Body weight Training Exercises by Scott W. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 20 Jul 2009 10:01pm Click to Play Body weight Training Exercises, Learn Body Weight Training Exercise with top Fitness Expert Scott White Read on »
Sculpt Your Body With Weight Training by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Feb 2010 11:46am If you want to sculpt your body, do more weight training exercises! Do more weight training exercises that test your balance, coordination, strength and flexibility! This might require that you put that old favorite workout on the shelf and try something new! If you do, I guarantee you will burn more fat and lose more weight! Try some o ... Read on »
What happens to your body after a weight training set? by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 28 Sep 2010 4:16pm The Aftermath of the "set". After your set, the acidic environment caused by lactic acid is buffered mainly by bicarbonate, thus rapidly diminishing or eliminating pain before your next one. Simultaneously, fat is burned to produce ATP, which donates a phosphate to creatine and restores creatine phosphate levels, giving you quick energy for ... Read on »
Weight Training and Body Image by Roni N. Patient Expert Posted Wed 13 Aug 2008 1:14am If you read my blog for sometime you may know I used to be anti "normal" exercise. I hated the gym and I didn’t do any structured workouts. Don’t get me wrong, I stayed active, walked, danced even liked going to the park for a long hike but you wouldn’t catch me dead in the gym. I lost my weight through diet alone and I have to admit I did succe ... Read on »
Weight Training For A Strong Lean Body by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 06 Apr 2009 7:16pm Mike Geary is a personal trainer & fitness professional, there is one type of question he gets all the time that shows that many people are missing the big picture regarding the benefits of strength training. This popular question usually goes something like this: “What exercise can I do to isolate my _______ (insert your muscle of choice – ab ... Read on »
Your Body Hates Weight Training by John Fontana Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 11:46pm Alright, the title may be a little deceiving but when it comes down to it, it’s true and hopefully grabbed your attention. The human body is designed to run in a status quo style where it is constantly attempting to stay at homeostasis. Homeostasis is defined as the tendency toward a relatively stable equilibrium between interdependent elements, e ... Read on »
Green tea may help your body recover quicker from weight training by Cassandra F. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Fri 09 May 2008 11:33am I thought this was very interesting. From Another reason why drinking your daily green tea can help your recovery from hard workouts: By Stephen Daniells 15-Apr-2008 - Antioxidant-rich green tea may counter the effects of resistance exercise by reducing the detrimental effects of oxidative stress, suggests a small tria ... Read on »
Burn Fat With Body Weight Circuits by Angie Schumacher Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 11 Jun 2008 8:01am 1 Comment So with the Turbulence Training 30 Day Max Fat Loss workouts I have been doing, I am doing weight training 4x per week. I have been avoiding intervals on the treadmill, to avoid right hip pain. I still seem to be making progress, but I need a little bit of variety in my workouts, so I decided to add some body weight circuits. I have some sma ... Read on »
With a variety of body-weight and plyometric exercises available, you can create a very effective workout that's short on time, by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 30 May 2011 7:59am What You Need To Know The No. 1 requirement for muscle growth is an overloading stimulus. Weights can be substituted with your body weight, gravity, instability, or momentum. A thorough workout without weights can be just as taxing - and effective - as one with. Some individuals have the goal of developing strength, yet the ... Read on »