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Get started with your workout program and begin reshaping your body
The core and abdominal muscles play an important role in the body’s aesthetics. Getting a muscular and toned belly in a few months is possible with targeted exercises. Say good-bye to your love handles and belly!
Over the past two decades, plyometric training has become a staple of informed sport conditioning programs everywhere. Now Dr. Donald Chu, one of the pioneers of research-supported plyometric training, says plyometrics can also prepare the athletes of tomorrow for success.
Seven reasons why people should train with kettlebells
Cutting-edge trainer Steve Cotter outlines the seven reasons why the kettlebell may be the best option for your fitness needs among the myriad options now available—and why you should make it your tool of choice.
Six ways to simplify designing a weight training program
If you are deciding to design your own weight training programs, you might be in for a surprise. Designing a program can be quite challenging because of the number of variables that you need to consider. But strength and conditioning experts Thomas Baechle and Roger Earle say you can simplify the process by breaking it down into six steps.
Nick Tumminello, who is rapidly establishing himself as a leader and innovator in the field of human performance training, offers numerous health and performance benefits of losing fat and having a lean body. The owner of Performance University International and inventor of the Core Bar reveals eight such benefits in his book.
The most affordable and convenient way to build muscle
Expensive gym memberships tend to make fitness enthusiasts overly dependent on machines and free weights to work their muscles. But as noted strength and conditioning specialist Bret Contreras points out, many people are embracing the prospect of training efficiently in the comfort of their own homes through bodyweight training.

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