Author: Brad Longazel

Revamping Your Rotator Cuff

The strengthening of the four muscles that comprise the rotator cuff is often over looked in most recreational lifters resistance training programs. The infraspinatus, teres minor, supraspinatus, and subscapularis are responsible for stabilizing the humerus in the glenoid fossa. When the muscles are overlooked for specific strengthening the humerus can move up and down inside […]

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The Everyday Athlete

What is the difference between an athlete and the general population? Sports skills and the elite physical shape they are in. Not every person in the world is going to have amazing talent at a sport, but everyone can reach a high level of physical conditioning. Most people work out to look good and stay […]

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Get Healthy: Non-Boring Cardio…. Interval Training

Non Boring Cardio aka Interval Training Imagine yourself walking into the gym after a long day of work. The last thing you want to do is move mindlessly on a treadmill or elliptical for an hour or so to burn off those unwanted calories from the cookies you ate last night. But you have to […]

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Weights and women, four tips to better lower body

Four tips to better lower body The weight room, once a place for only men, is seeing more and more women, which is a wonderful thing. For the fear of “bulking up” and “getting manly”, women have stayed to the cardio equipment in hopes of staying thin. It is now mainstream knowledge that women should […]

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Weightlifting in Your Golden Years Improves Load Bearing Bones

Weightlifting in Your Golden Years Osteoporosis is a major disease affecting the bone that leads to an increased risk of fracture. The main marker in identifying the disease is bone mineral density (BMD). Osteoporosis is responsible for compromising BMD and decreased overall bone strength. The disease usually appears later in life 35 years or later due […]

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