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Monthly Archives: September 2010

  1. Multi-Station Home Gym

    It is hard to go wrong with a multi-station home gym. Stations on the home gym are not the only variable to consider, others include the durability of the gym and the warranty that comes with it. Along with durability, stations, warranty and mechanical specs, one must take into consideration the amount of weight stacks that are on the gym. The number of weight stakes directly correlates with how many users can workout out on the gym at once. Make sure you understand these basic concepts before purchasing a home gym.

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  2. Fitness & Health Blog from Customer

    I've worked out in gyms and clubs off and on for the past six years, the “off” times due to illness, too much else to do, or frustration. (Who hasn't gotten frustrated when they can’t lose those last five pounds?) Sometimes I needed an extra push, and instead of giving myself that push, I’d quit. But I always felt worse not exercising, found that the hour of working out, three times a day, did something more than help me stay in shape physically. It made me feel good about myself—that I had will power, that I was in control of my brain and body. So, I’m back to it now, have been for almost a year, and once again, I’m at that place where I need the extra push. Blogging might do it. If I say I’m going to do it, actually post it, I certainly better, right? So, this is where I am now. 5’6, 141 lbs. Female. Good shoulders (I work on that, my vanity) I’m stronger than many my age—I can lift heavy boxes, hike up a h

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  3. Weight Lifting Tips: Focusing on Fundamentals, Form & Technique

    The better technique you have, the less your body becomes susceptible to injury.  From an athletic perspective, people who use superior technique, typically prevail over those who do not. Proper technique and form are the most important variables associated with lifting weights and if you want to protect yourself from pulled muscles and other weight lifting related injuries, you ought to make sure you are fundamentally sound. Strength training can become an ergonomic nightmare for those who choose to neglect the fact that one must remain in a safe, sturdy and balanced position, at all times when using free weight equipment, in order to decrease the chance of injury. The classic line, "It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog" is as applicable to weight training, as it is to fighting. Inferior size can be overcome by anyone who emphasizes technique and body positioning above all else. Practice through numerous sets and repetitions is on

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