Push-ups, Pull-ups, Squats, and Leg-lift Hold.
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Lots of people work very hard at the gym. Lots of people have no idea what they’re doing while they’re working hard. They put tons of effort into exercises that don’t matter, aren’t good for them, or even worse, may be harmful. This article will explain the basics behind creating a balanced, efficient workout so you can stop wasting time in the gym and get on with your life.
http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1914857,00.html This article (see link above) does a good job of highlighting the fact that exercise, by itself, is not very good at promoting weight loss. Exercise is typically portrayed as a major promoter of weight loss. However, the weight
Matt discusses why multi-joint exercises are great for quick, efficient workouts
As you all know, we’re getting closer and closer to being finished with this weight loss ebook. It’s getting more exciting each day. We apologize for our infrequent posting lately, we’ve just been pouring our energy into the book itself
When exercising, pick movements that require the use of more than one joint. For example, consider the bicep curl. Only the elbow is moving so only the muscles around the elbow are working through a range of motion. Now consider
Here’s a little something I wrote a while back. More musing than anything…. Exercise is boring. Exercise is a waste of time. Exercise is dying. Exercise is dead. Living a healthy lifestyle requires motivation. It’s easy to slip into a
A common thought in the health and fitness industry is “gain muscle and increase your metabolism”. This is technically true, but the effect is minimal. It has been estimated that 1 POUND of muscle will have a DAILY energy expenditure