Fitness Professional's Guide to Strength Training Older Adults-2nd Edition
Weight training equipment intimidates some older adults. For others, budget constraints make membership in a fitness facility or the purchase of strength training equipment impractical. The exercise procedures described in this chapter should enhance your clients� strength training experiences and reduce the likelihood of injury, and they are inexpensive.
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The term cardio does describe one part of aerobic fitness, but it ignores the important effects of training on muscle fibers.
Men's Body Sculpting-2nd Edition
In the same way that your exercise regimen evolves by climbing the ladder of intensity, your fuel intake can evolve with supplementation.
Men's Body Sculpting 2nd Edition eBook
An important variable for generating an overload effect in multiple-set training programs is the amount of rest allowed between sets.
Tai Chi Illustrated eBook
During tai chi practice, the head should remain straight and upright with the neck straight, and the head should not incline in any direction.
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It has been our experience that both practitioners and researchers generally find it preferable to administer the SFT to several people at a time. In fact, group testing is preferred when the goal is to compare performance to the normative data, because all normative scores were collected in a group setting where there tends to be more social interaction and encouragement than when tests are given in an isolated environment.
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After administering the SFT to your clients or program participants, we suggest that you meet with them, either individually or as a group, to give them their feedback.
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Cycling is a fantastic way to lose weight.
Power Eating 4th Edition eBook
Herbs are the most popular self-prescribed medication.
There may be no exercise better suited for improving vertical leap than the depth jump. There also may be no exercise more demanding on your ankle and knee joints. Be sure to have mastered box jumps and bounding drills before taking on the depth jump. And when you do tackle this movement, start off on a low box (12 inches [30 cm] or lower), and limit the number of contacts until you gain experience with the exercise.