People with Parkinson's disease who are experiencing difficulty walking should engage in regular low-intensity practice on a treadmill suggests a recent study. Sixty-seven participants were split into three groups: high-intensity treadmill (faster pace, shorter duration); low-intensity treadmill (slower pace, longer duration); and stretching and resistance exercises that included leg presses, leg extensions and leg curls. Various gait and fitness assessments were taken pre- and post-intervention.
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I was talking with someone at the gym tonight, a potential client. The issue of growing too fast came up. Generally caused from over pumping and growing muscle tissue. This is not a real big issue, however, it can be a big issue if your client begins getting stretched skin marks. The idea for body builders is to look well developed without overcoming adaptations of other organs that need to grow as well as the muscle accumulation. That is not as simple as it sounds.
First off, I must congratulate BRENDA!! She had a spectacular showing at the Max Classic in Nebraska this weekend!! CONGRATS on all the first place trophies!! Brenda You rocked the stage with your best body ever!! Congrats!!! The past 4-5 days has been all about having fun with my MAN...since my kids are in MN~ all my attention has been going to my man. What a lucky dog!! Anyhow here's a quick recap:
This is my first attempt at blogging. It got me to thinking about the things I’ve stepped out of my comfort zone to do. Becoming more physically fit gave me the confidence to run a 5k race and from there the confidence to lead fitness classes so I can help others improve there physical fitness.In 2007 I ran my first 5k race, it was a crisp March morning and I wore two shirts, two pair of pants, hat and gloves. I was so new to running I had no idea how to dress. I never dreamed it would be the first time I would think about undressing in public.
In my opinion we overuse this word almost as much as we overuse LOVE. :)I want everything to look perfect.Dinner needs to be perfect.In pursuit of perfection....This seems to be a common goal, especially amongst those in fitness (it spreads deeper through the veins of gym goers).