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Lifting for Mass Versus Strength

Posted: 11/26/2013

Lifting weights and strength training aren’t relegated to the world of body building alone. In fact, many pros recommend including weight training in your regular fitness routine for a variety of reasons. In addition to the added cardiovascular benefits and toning, lifting weights can also help individuals live and move more comfortably in their day-to-day lives. Weight...

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Lock It and Pop It

Posted: 03/08/2013

When lifting weights or performing resistance based exercise, you often need to fully extend a leg or arm to complete a particular motion. Unfortunately, that leads many participants to extend the limb in such a way that it locks the elbow or knee joint. This may feel natural in some cases, but it can be incredibly dangerous. Under the added pressure of weights or resistance...

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Help for Muscle Soreness

Posted: 06/17/2010

Even those of us who are in top physical shape may still have to deal with muscle soreness from time to time. For years this soreness was attributed to a buildup of lactic acid, a muscle by-product. A common remedy was a good hot soak in a tub with a variety of mineral salts or baking soda, which was believed to leach the acid out and relieve the pain. However, we know now that...

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Adding Fitness To Your Day

Posted: 05/18/2010

Your personal trainer might give you some homework for between workouts, but there are also a number of things that you can do to make sure that you're making the most of each day.  After all, as wonderful as it would be to employ somebody to help you remain mindful about exercise opportunities and posture, sometimes you're just on your own.  Here are a few examples...

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Build and Repair Muscles with Protein

Posted: 05/04/2010

Most nutritionists will recommend three eight ounce (aproximately one cup) portions of protein foods every day. Meats are a prime source of protein and the ones to eat are those that are 95 percent lean. Some choices are white chicken or turkey breasts, egg whites, fish and shell fish.   If you prefer a vegetarian choice for your proteins choose beans and legumes...

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