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Former owners of Milan car dealership plead guilty to bank fraud : Quad-City Times: Quad Cities, IA/IL by takkiosawa Posted Wed 30 May 2012 4:34am http://qctimes.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/former-owners-of-milan-car-dealer        The former owners of a Milan car dealership pleaded guilty to bank fraud charges during a hearing Friday in U.S. District Court, Rock Island. Jens Hirsch, 45, and Pamela A. Hirsch, 55, of Rock Island, the former owners of Blackhawk Auto, pleaded guilt ... Read on »
Awesome Quads for Dummies by Chris .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 06 Apr 2009 7:50pm Simple Quad/Leg Training Often you will hear people looking to get huge arms or that killer chest. How often do you hear someone talk about great quads or strong looking calves. Well for me they are something required for an impressive physique or to achieve that X-Look that Art Devany talks about. You will often see UFC fighters or Cyc ... Read on »
Quads: Heavy weight, low reps? by James C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 7:34pm "James- "Hey, it’s Jonathan. How's it going? I really enjoy your book that I bought about two weeks ago. The workouts are great. I’m glad I invested in your book. I have a question about the quadriceps. Should you employ the same low rep high weight frequency like in hamstrings or should you go with a different approach? I really want t ... Read on »
Get a Leg Up on H:Q (Hamstring/Quads) Ratio by Marta M. Posted Wed 31 Oct 2012 8:00am The squat is the gold standard leg exercise either done with weights, no weights, tubing, and/or weighted balls. The benefits are many—from sports skills improvements to maximize caloric expenditure. However, if you don’t see muscular or well-defined legs after doing plenty of squats, or worse, have some knee and hamstrings aches, you may be ov ... Read on »
Stretching Series – Quads and Hamstrings by In Sweetness and In Health Posted Fri 18 Nov 2011 8:39am Hi everyone!! Happy Friday . Thank you all for your support on yesterday’s post. I really appreciate it and like knowing that I’m not alone in feeling burned out by things! I’m going to continue my stretching series today with some stretches for the quads and the hamstrings. If you haven’t seen my other posts yet, here they are: ... Read on »
Do a Daily Quad Stretch To Open Your Hips by Aliesa George Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Oct 2012 9:41pm How tight are the fronts of your thighs, and how effective are your Quad Stretch exercises to help loosen things up and open the hips?  Are you taking time to work on your flexibility to help improve your muscle balance? Are the fronts of your thighs and your hip flexors grippy and grabby?  Do you realize how much this is affe ... Read on »
Quad Pulls in Baseball by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 7:26pm Q: There have been a few quadriceps pulls in MLB this year. Have you seen these before in baseball players? What gives? A: This is why I love baseball; it's probably one of the most at-risk sports you'll ever see (particularly in pitchers). Here's a little excerpt from a slide from my training for overhead athletes presentation in C ... Read on »
Quads first, calf muscles last. by Tara Posted Thu 27 May 2010 12:00am If your gym is anything like mine, you probably have a wide variety of fitness equipment at your disposal. And if you're not familiar with strength training, this can turn the gym into an extremely intimidating environment. Some gyms will set up a circuit by numbering different pieces of equipment. This helps the beginner know where to, well...b ... Read on »
Quad Dominance: What it is and How to Fix it [Under Armour Giveaway #3!] by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 Jun 2012 7:44am Nicknames have always been a tricky thing for me. First, everyone wants to call me “Char” which I hate because it sounds so ’80′s and also, no, if I’m going to be a Bender I’d for sure be Air and not Fire. (Yes I know Air is taken. This is my fantasy, hush.) If you’re going to truncate my name, call me by the last half — Lottie. Or even ... Read on »
My right quad was a little sore by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:08pm I finished my run yesterday at 10:30 am, and I felt fine. During the day I was busy doing some things in my yard that kept me on my feet, and I felt fine. Then, I spent a couple of hours on my computer, and I noticed when I rose from my chair that my right quad was a little sore. My computer chair is too low, and that causes my quads to be str ... Read on »