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Monthly Archives: September 2014

  1. How To Properly Perform a Tricep Press Down on a Machine

    Having great looking arms means that your triceps look tight and sexy. How can you really focus on your triceps so that your muscles flash? Close grip push-ups are great if you don't have any home gym equipment, or if you don't belong to a gym. If you do have access to a triceps press down machine, use it and it will really help you tone and built the backs of your arms. Your triceps muscles are the reverse muscles to the biceps and they tend to be weaker than them. Strengthening the backs of your arms will be good for your health and your physique. Nobody wants soft, flabby skin/fat hanging from their arms. It feels unhealthy and looks bad. Here's how you get them looking nice. To begin, loosen up your torso and neck and arms with some stretches or calisthenics. Then, find a triceps press down machine at your gym where you sit facing forward, and your back against the vertical padding. Have your feet shoulder width apart and firmly planted on the ground.  If necessary, adjust t

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  2. Precor's New 800 Series of Elliptical Fitness Crosstrainers™ Are Dynamite

    Precor invented the EFX® Crosstrainer™, hence the copyright and trademark insignia's. Precor as a brand has maintained their stronghold on the fitness equipment industry since their arrival on the scene close to thirty years ago. Headquartered in Woodinville, Washington, in an effort to design health club quality exercise equipment, Precor let it be known that they're not going to be complacent no matter how much success they have and they have perpetually perfected their craft  and realized their ideas through creating new products. Precor has that fever, that passion and everything you would want in a team designing equipment that is used to keep your body clean and healthy.  Having succeeded in their goals by actualizing their ideas through hard work and dedication, Precor Fitness' results have been users worldwide flocking to their elliptical fitness crosstrainers™. Recently, we've seen a new line of EFX machines released by Precor, but before we get into

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  3. Buying Strength Equipment for Your Home

    Whether you are buying free weight equipment, or universal home gyms that incorporate several stations and many workouts, the equipment that you buy should easily give you 15 to 20 years of workouts. Home gyms are made so well these days that manufacturers are providing legitimate lifetime warranties on there products. There's no electronics on gyms, so your main concern would be a cable snapping, or parts coming out of alignment. Typically the hardest part about owning a gym is setting it up and making sure you use it. The equipment itself with handle your workouts easily - unless you're 400 pounds and taking Dianabol before workouts. Today's gyms are constructed with durable 2" by 3" gauge steel framework and tensile strength, internally lubricated aircraft cables, fiberglass impregnated nylon pulleys with sealed ball bearings, chrome plated tubular steel and cast iron weights. There's not much that can go wrong on these machines and if something does, then call the manufacturer. Al

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