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January 2nd many people hit the ground running in regards to their New Years fitness goals. Are you still on track? Nearly two thirds of adults in the United States who make New Year's resolutions have set fitness goals as part of their resolution. Of those, 73 percent gave up before meeting their goal, according to a recent online study conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Bodybuilding.com in November 2012.
Gluteus Maximus (your butt) muscles are without a doubt the most important muscles in sports and can fill out a pair of jeans quite nicely. We spend our lives sitting of them but without them we would be dragging our hands on the ground. They are important for balance and strength throughout our entire body. Here are my... top 3 glute exercises.
Emerging from Yu (a Tao term for being) assembling with the English word for balance (equilibrium, steadiness) is a philosophical approach to attaining sustainable lifelong wellness. In a culture fixated on instant gratification,
1. YOU'RE ONLY DOING WHAT YOU ARE GOOD AT, NOT WHAT YOU NEED. I hate step ups and deadlifts has they are difficult for me has i have long legs. That is why i do them
2. YOU ARE DOING THE SAME MOVEMENTS- OVER AND OVER AGAIN. If you are not changing movement-every 4-6 weeks, you are missing out on a valuable training stimulas. You're body adapts quickly to what you are doing, so change it up. Added bonus, you will avoid overuse injuries