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Death of Static Streching?

Developing an active and full range of motion (ROM) in our relationships between muscles and joints is vastly important for optimum performance. It not only allows for greater strength and power development, but it has been shown to limit injuries as well (1). So the question arises—what is the best way to produce and maintain […]

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Importance of Strength Training

If there was a drug that with continuous dosage could provide a happier mood, improved physique, eliminate aches and pains, and make you live longer would you take it? Luckily there is, it goes by the name resistance or strength training. Strength training in short is the lifting of a progressively heavier load by using […]

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5 Moves For Prodigious Power In The Gym - Strength Training

5 Moves For Prodigious Power In The Gym – Strength Training

5 Moves for Power Training 1Power: A term often used to describe strong, quick movements in athletics. Power is the amount of work done per unit of time. The linebacker buries a running back in the time it takes you to click the remote control. That’s pure power, the sum of speed plus strength. Some […]

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Fuel To Burn: Why Only Fat Loss Fools Train On An Empty Stomach

Fuel To Burn: Why Only Fat Loss Fools Train On An Empty Stomach

Fuel to Burn: Fat loss is not made on an empty stomach It’s a common practice for athletes, bodybuilders, and other fat loss die-hards to wake up early, skip breakfast, and jump right on the treadmill with an eye toward obliterating body fat. This strategy has been employed by many great fitness athletes, and has […]

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