Exercises and Workouts – Three Tips for A Better Deadlift
As you go about your lower body workouts, one exercise you will want to include in your protocol plan is the “deadlift.” Stiff legged deadlifts are great for working your glutes, your lower back as well as your hamstrings and, at the same time helping you to be more steady on your feet. If you do a lot of squatting and leg press work, you may be overdeveloping your quads while underdeveloping the back of your body. To improve your balance, deadlifts are key. To help maximize your performance on deadlifts, let’s look at three quick tips that will keep you using proper form.Exercises and Workouts – Three Good Reasons To Exercise Early in the Morning
Having trouble fitting exercise into your busy schedule? If so, you aren’t alone. Most people who can’t stick to their workout program often say the number one reason they are struggling to do so is a lack of time. Whether you get called into meetings that tend to run late after work or you have children who you naturally like to give your time and attention to when you arrive home, there’s no question taking a time-out for your workout can be quite trying. This is why exercising first thing in the morning – no matter how unappealing getting out of your warm bed may be – is a great way to go. Let’s look at three other reasons early morning workouts deserve some consideration.How to Increase Explosive Strength
Plyometrics are a popular form of exercise for strength and conditioning training, and for good reason. I’d like to introduce some examples of exercises that will increase explosive strength, and talk about how they work to help you achieve optimum endurance.Cycling for Heavy Riders: Important Things to Keep in Mind
Starting to cycle is a fantastic way to exercise. It is not difficult for your joints. Like what all bikers experience however, there are discomforts which are but natural.A Workout For A Couple With a Young Child
All too often you come across workout routines designed for a single individual. That’s great for those planning on doing the activity all by themselves but sometimes there are situations where a couple may want to exercise together. To make the situation even more challenging, let’s say for example this couple has a six month old child. Question posed, is it still possible to work out together even with a child that needs to be monitored?