Using the Stairs and Keeping Your Health
Everybody, with few exceptions needs to increase the amount of exercise that they do on a daily basis. There are several societal reasons for this and they range from the way food is mass-produced with additives, preservatives and hidden sugars, to the loss of industries that demanded a high physical activity and we have moved to having more sedentary service type occupations. This article looks at how a staircase, whether it’s in our own home, at the office or even in the park can benefit our health.The Static Wall Squat, A Great Isometric Exercise For The Lower Body
Wall squats are a static exercise with no movement also known as an isometric exercise. It improves your stability, endurance, strength of your legs and core and your posture.Improve Your Functionality With an Exercise Ball
The exercise or stability ball is a popular way to workout both at home or by taking a class. It may not look like it can provide a great workout but even some very fit individuals have been surprised at just how effective push ups and sit ups are when done using the ball.Want Invincible Hamstrings? Try The Floor Gluteal Hamstring Raise!
First it was the European and Russian weightlifters, then over 70 years later the rest of the western World found this exercise. If your reading this and never heard of this exercise you can add another 50+ years on top of that!Basic Movement With Massive Gains – Are You Lunging?
Lunges are a lower body exercise regime staple. You strengthen every muscle in your legs and tighten your bum at the same time. However don’t make the mistake of having correct form as they will do you more harm than good.