Squats for Athletes (Part 4)

Perform squats as the focal point of your strength training to become stronger. Learn proper technique and establish sound training practices by working with a knowledgeable strength and conditioning coach or a certified fitness trainer. A detailed warm-up and cool down are essential for optimizing results and minimizing injury risk. Sufficient rest and recovery between … Read the rest

Squats for Athletes (Part 3)

Squats are an incredible lower body exercise. Targeting a large number of major muscles, squats develop the muscles of the back, pelvis, hips and thighs. Training routines can be formulated to increase strength, power, endurance, stamina, cardiovascular fitness and respiratory health.

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Squats for Athletes (Part 2)

Become stronger by including squats in your exercise routine. Squats target the large muscles in the hips, back and thighs. These muscles propel us forward while walking, running and jumping. Increased strength and endurance in the hips, thighs and back optimizes athletic performance and lowers injury risk.

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Squats for Athletes (Part 1)

Squats should be utilized by athletes to increase strength, endurance, lung power and heart health. Squats are a tremendous anaerobic and aerobic exercise. Squats target a large number of muscle groups and joints. Squats increase strength and endurance in the back, hips and legs.

The squat is a basic multi-joint exercise in which the … Read the rest

Nutrition for Prostate Health

Nutritional strategies are essential for lifelong prostate health. Nutrition and exercise are valuable tools in the prevention and management of prostate disorders.

Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men. Thousands of men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year. Predisposing genetic factors exist in prostate health but dietary choices lower or … Read the rest

Barbells, Dumbbells and Kettlebells

Implement various weightlifting tools for optimum results. Use barbells, dumbbells and kettlebells to develop strength and prevent injury.

Devise workout routines that employ the usage of numerous types of weightlifting bars. Effective exercises can be executed at multiple angles with an assortment of lifting equipment.

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Healthy Fats vs. Bad Fats

Consume the correct type of fats to improve your health. Fat is a macronutrient and an important component to healthy nutritional strategies. Utilize omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids in their natural states and balances to enhance your cardiovascular system, strengthen your immune system, increase brain health and reduce inflammation.

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Leaky Gut Syndrome

Clean up your dietary strategies to prevent and lessen the severity of the condition called leaky gut syndrome. Increased Intestinal Permeability AKA Intestinal Hyperpermeability is nicknamed Leaky Gut Syndrome. This controversial syndrome is theorized to be the source of a wide array of health issues.

Leaky Gut Syndrome occurs when the gut wall allows larger … Read the rest

Functional Kettlebell Training

Improve your body composition with functional kettlebell training. Build muscle, burn fat and strengthen the core simultaneously with kettlebell training.

Achieve the fastest results with multi-joint exercises. Large functional multi-joint movements are the foundation of kettlebell training. Functional motions recruit multiple muscle groups synergistically. Positive effects accumulate with the employment of multi-joint exercises.     

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Aerobic & Anaerobic Exercise

Implement a combination of aerobic and aerobic exercises to improve your health, fitness and functionality.

Aerobic Training: Aerobic exercise is defined as prolonged or endurance training. During aerobic exercise the muscles demand oxygen carried by blood. The cardiovascular system responses by increasing the heart rate in order to supply the muscles with the higher requirement … Read the rest