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Exploding the Six Pack Myth Exploding the Six-Path Myth By Kara Wily Imagine you wanted to design a supportive structure for your torso, you probably would not build a single layer brace that lay down the front of your torso. ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
DOn't forget the cardio. The cardio is the catalyst that exposes the 6 pack. Also - great ... more
Sep 29 2010 6:50pm
Enhanced Walking Workout I just got back from my walk. I walk in a cemetery which is also a sculpture park. It is quiet, beautiful, and usually not that populated with live people. As I walk, I incorporate some of m ...
Mar 17 2008 2:44pm
Thanks for sharing! Making your workouts fun and interesting are key to sticking with the ... more
Mar 18 2008 7:43pm
Add Strength Training to Your Workout! Our Great, Great Grandmothers Strength Trained. Your great-great grandmother strength trained daily. Her household responsibilities included carrying wood into the home to keep the fires warm, gathering water from the spring or well in buckets, m ...
Feb 05 2008 10:14am
If You DON'T Want To Look Bulky, DO Strength Training! Incorporating strength training into your workout program will help build muscle and bone, both good things, especially as we grow older, but many women think that lifting weights will give them arms ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Hmm... I'm going to have to give this a try. Thank you for the tips! Alternating days soun ... more
Oct 24 2007 3:05pm
Strength Training for sport? Stay on your feet! One of the basic principles when working in the weight room with a specific goal of training to improve your athletic performance, is to respect the rule of "specificity". One aspect of this rule is ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Research: Older men get boost in hormones through strength traini Strength training boosts testosterone, growth hormone and cortisol, concludes a new study. "These hormonal responses may create an optimal environment for the metabolic process leading to improved mus ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Strength-train Minimum Twice a Week Check this out folks! American College of Sports Medicine and American Heart Association updated their physical activity guidelines. It is highly suggested that you strength-train at least tw ...
Oct 01 2007 6:57am
Do we really need to workout with weights? Is a machine any better at working our chest a ... more
Nov 19 2007 11:39am
Yay, more strength training! I was finally able to get in SEVEN strength training sessions this month! There is a gym at my job. So, I would try out weight lifting and swim laps afterwards. I noticed that the swimming help me g ...
Oct 29 2007 12:09pm
That's dedication... working out when your out of town. That is probably one of the most ... more
Oct 30 2007 9:45am
Getting the Upper Body Strength to Do Wheel Pose Frustrating - I do have upper body strength, but in the wrong way. I swim and surf so paddling I'm quite good at. It's the push-ups that I'm not good at, particularly when it's a backwards push-up to ...
Sep 21 2007 2:25pm
... cause it's a balance between flexibility and strength. The more flexible your spine in th ... more
Oct 23 2007 6:50am
strength (weights) training how often is it still beneficial if I do strength (weights) training only twice per week? (I run 4-5 times per week). I want to prevent injury in my legs (for running) and strengthen my upper body as I use it v ...
Feb 14 2008 12:16pm
Absolutely, just make sure there is enough time between workouts for your muscles to recov ... more
Mar 07 2008 2:16pm