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By: Craig Payne
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By: Craig Payne
Running a slinky continuously down a treadmill. I was too sick to go diving last weekend. So when I saw this video www.youtube.com I thought to myself, heck I bet I could beat 22 seconds if I tried. So I set up my own treadmill and gave it a shot. Totally made a world record XD Music Credited to Mrmilkcarton. Song is “Lost But Not Forgotten” Here is a direct link to the track: www.newgrounds.com All of his songs on newgrounds mrmilkcarton.newgrounds.com His facebook page www.facebook.com And his youtube page www.youtube.com/user/Mrmilkcarton I filmed everything with my gopro HD camera set at 30fps 1080p. Edited with Sony Vegas Pro. Daniel Burke
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Kevin Durant may not have won the NBA Championship but his dreams are still coming true this summer. As a member of Team USA for the 2012 London Olympic Games, Kevin is living out his childhood dream of competing in the Olympics. While you might not be a 6 foot 9 basketball player, you can still work out like one! Curious about what Kevin’s fitness routine is? Check out GE’s new Facebook app, HealthyShare, where you can get fitness tips, share your own health goals, and let your friends’ support motivate you. Kevin Durant wants you to get healthy. Are you up to the challenge? Get started at: www.facebook.com
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By Shareen Aguilar
As there are plenty of bodybuilding training do’s that you should follow, especially if you are a newbie for bodybuilding, there are of course, many information you must have heard and probably are hearing from other sources which could not be entirely true. Before following any of the bodybuilding information you hear, better make sure that you are only following the facts, the tested ones and the factors that experts are after.
What you need to do is just get down to the basics. There’s no need to complicate things since it will only mess your beginner’s training session. You may hear things that are already suited for bodybuilders who are halfway their training and with you barely starting your bodybuilding exercises, it isn’t just a healthy decision to follow.
You should already be familiar with how bodybuilding works. Too much workout with so little time to rest isn’t called bodybuilding. Make sure you have alloted more of your time for resting. As for your main training routine, sticking to one variation for a long period of time isn’t the trick either. Make sure that you have set a definite and progressive training routine for yourself. Do not stick too long on a routine that you have been so used to doing. The idea is for you to change it after a while. When you have gotten comfortable in a certain exercise routine, it means your muscles are not gaining much.
What about your bodybuilding equipment? Yes, it is necessary for you to lift weights in the gym even in your own home. Just make sure that you have a buddy watching over you and spotting your every move each time you try to carry a heavy weight. This is for safety purposes. Don’t just do bodybuilding alone no matter how confident you are. Better safe than sorry. It may sound too simple, but assuming on anything especially with bodybuilding could do you more harm than good.
About the Author: Shareen Aguilar is a writer for Bodybuilding Training Program which has information on Bodybuilding and other fitness topics.
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By Daniel Clay
Working out has a new meaning in our lives these days. From being a fitness routine it has become an essential health component in many of our lives. These days, even a twenty year old has flabby arms or huge thighs. So how does one get rid of extra flab and look their age? Exercise is the answer to this and certain routines can help you achieve what you have in mind.
Many people would vouch for some of these workout routines because of their multi-effective nature. Of these today let’s take a look at one of those routines which people would love to take up but are afraid to – strength training.
Why opt for strength training?
The idea behind opting out for strength training is that it helps you shape your body in a way that makes you look and feel attractive. Intense workouts as a part of this training increase the metabolic rate of the body and thereby aiding a lot of fat loss.
The benefits of strength training being many, some people prefer boot camp-like regimes to regular workout method. Well, the solution is simple and it lies in what exercise you do and how much of it you do. Strength training involves using free weights and resistance training, which depends from person to person. Sometimes people with a skinny build choose to use a lot of heavy weights in their workout to help them build muscle mass. Others opt for weights that give them just the right amount of resistance to tone their muscles.
How to enjoy a good session of strength training?
If you understand the underlying goodness of strength training, then it makes it easier to actually enjoy the whole process. Here are some tips.
* Challenge yourself by varying the tempo and the number of repetitions so that you don’t feel bored too soon.
* Think about the well toned body that you are slowly achieving.
* Beat stress by doing free weights. You would be surprised to see how much lighter you feel after doing 15-20 pounds of bench press.
* Plug in some music, as that automatically charges you up and that in turn makes you push a more pounds on the machine.
* Do crunches and lunges at home while you are watching TV or helping to carry some heavy stuff around.
* Your trainer is the key. If you find a good trainer, then he will surely help you enjoy your routines by alternating workouts and breaking the monotony.
What are the long-term benefits?
Any kind of exercise is extremely beneficial for your body in many ways. We know that strength training has a multi-fold effect. Apart from just shaping or toning your body and increasing muscle mass, it also increases bone density and muscle flexibility. This means that over the years, you would still be fit. The intense nature of this training will also boost your metabolic rate, so that even when you are not working out your body is burning fat.
About the Author: Dan Clay is a weight loss expert and owner of Dangerously Fit Boot Camp. If you’d like to register for Boot Camp Brighton Le Sands, or if you’d like a $1 two-week Bootcamp Sydney trial, visit Personal Training in Sydney.
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By John Bravo
This series covers the 3 most important aspects of setting up a strength training regimen, starting with basic aspects of a strength training routine like goal setting and planning to workout routines and exercise. This article deals with the first stage of a successful strength training routine, goals and a plan for reaching them.
Step I: Setting Goals
All goals, from successful entrepreneur to earning a doctorate starts off as an idea in your head. Writing down your goals on paper is a good step towards making those dreams a reality. Setting the goal of getting stronger and shaping your body is no different. So, the first step you must take is getting a notebook that you can dedicate to your new workout routine.
Once you have your notebook dedicate the first page to all of your goals, this can be anything from getting in shape for a healthier lifestyle or getting strong enough beat up your brother. Next, break down your goals by the amount of time you expect it to take to reach them. It’s a really good idea to set short and long term goals. Reaching short term goals gives you that extra boost you’ll need to sustain a long term fitness routine and reach some of your bigger, longer term goals. Here is a sample list of goals:
Short Term Goals:
1: Bench press 150 lbs.
2: Keep my routine going for at least a month
3: Be able to do 50 pushups
Long Term Goals:
1: Bench press 200 lbs.
2: Keep my routine going for 3 months
3: Do 100 pushups
4: Look good for prom
Step II: The Plan
Flip to the next blank page in your fitness journal and write a schedule for working out. A 3 day a week commitment is great for beginners because excessive strength training can damage the body, particularly if you haven’t been active lately. If possible, leave a day between every workout session. This allows your body to recuperate from the stress and rigors of strength training. If you can’t spread out your workout sessions, focus on one muscle group during each session. This will increase the effectiveness of your workouts and also prevent damage being done to your body.
Next, plan your workout routine. A good routine will include stretches to warm up your body. Stretching before workout sessions is also a good way to prevent injuries and remain limber. Starting off with a few pushups and crunches is also a great way to gear your body up for a tough weight training routine.
Now, get out your journal and set dates and times for your fitness sessions, be very specific and make sure you have enough to time warm up and cool down. Decide what muscle groups you’ll be working each day and design a workout routine specifically for yourself. This will prevent you from competing against Joe Blow next to you who has been regularly working out for the past 5 years and keep you on track to reach your goals.
Step III: Your First Workout
Your first workout ever is not going to be your “normal routine”. Rather, your going to use your first session to gauge how in-shape you are. Start with stretches of course and then perform some of these exercises to determine your physical condition: See how many crunches, sit, pull and chin ups you can do in a minute. Next, check your max. (Max means the maximum weight you can lift during an exercise.) You can do this with bench press, leg press, curling, chest press, shoulder press, squats, and almost any other strength training exercise. Next, you’re going to want to the amount of weight you can rep with every strength training exercise you plan to do. (To “rep” means to perform an exercise frequently without stopping.) Write down all your results in your fitness journal and date it. You’ll use this to track your progress which will also keep you motivated to continue your strength training routine.
That ends part I in this series. Part II will detail specific strength training routines designed to achieve certain goals such as body definition and muscle building. I hope you understand the importance of keeping a log of your fitness routine because it can mean the difference between exercising for a week and exercising for life!
About the Author: This article was written by Hikaru Watanabe, owner and operator of the Home Gym Sensei. You can find more articles like this one at http://www.homegymsensei.com and http://www.treadmillsensei.com
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