A majority of strength training professionals have their fair share of core exercises that they would not think twice about using in an athletes program. The core is believed to play an integral role in the body's ability to generate, transfer, and absorb external forces. Athlete's undergo many external stressors during training and competition, and must have a strong "link" (the core), to keep the body functioning as a unit, or so we have thought. What research has shown
Think of your spine, like a credit card. If you bend it back and forth enough times it will snap. Ouch. That is why 8 out of 10 people suffer low back pain. Ask me today, how to better take care of your spine. EMAIL : firstname.lastname@example.org
“I’m going to lose some weight and then start working out” I cringe every time I hear some obese and unhealthy person spit these words out to me when I sincerely try to offer them some help and some sound education and advice.
Good day, friends! After training for a week using the P.H.A.T routine (described in my last entry) I can safely say it is a true form of ass-kickery. For the first time in quite a while, I was thankful for the rest day. Surprisingly, the upper body power workout session I posted earlier proved to be the most difficult. I was expecting leg day to be excruciating (and it was), but it was already somewhat similar to my current leg routine. For the record, the leg power day consisted of the following:
Let's get serious about tummy time with no sit ups or crunches. Finally, a workout that's genuinely fun. Summer is here and a waist is a terrible thing to waste. Workout while you still have the motivation of a bikini lurking. Wouldn't it be a pleaant surprise to have sore abs when you cough, laugh or sneeze? Once you CONTROL YOUR MIND, you can CONQUER YOUR BODY. Get Beachbody ready with a Beachbody program! The Hip Hop Abs program really WORKS! I enjoy teaching it but I enjoy the results even more. Shaun T hit another home run with this one.
8 Reasons Hills Make You a Better Runner If you’re one of those runners who shies away from the incline button on the treadmill or picks an outdoor route that specifically avoids any type of hill, then you could be missing out. Taking on the challenge of running both uphill and downhill is a surefire way to make you a better runner, and here are eight reasons why. Uphill: