This section contains articles on strength training exercises, routines and equipment.
Although health organizations such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend strength-training your major muscle groups twice weekly, they don’t actually tell you how to meet that goal. Come along as a certified personal trainer teaches an exercise for each major muscle group.
You might exercise your body all the time, but have you ever considered that your face might need to get a workout once in a while? That’s right! In this article, you’ll learn how you can do facial exercises and why they might be beneficial for your facial muscles.
Exercise while submerged in water can be extremely beneficial to getting in shape and building strength. Not just basic laps in the pool, but utilizing the full resistance of water, almost anyone can use these water dumbbell exercises to improve strength, as well as their flexibility.
Lunges are a common exercise stable in the strength-building and weight loss world. Many people don’t enjoy performing lunges, no matter how popular they are. However, this might be due to improper lunge execution. Learn the proper way to do lunges, plus some tips on how to make them more fun.
Tired of running endless miles on a treadmill? Cardio resistance bands exercises will fix that! You don’t have to own expensive equipment or burn your knees out running on a cardio machine. Using resistance bands for cardio training make exercise more random and even more effective.
Functional Strength training is becoming a popular method for improving performance, burning calories and improving overall health. Increase usable strength and create muscle tone without bulking up.
It is important to combine proper forms of weight training techniques and nutrition to allow the muscles to develop and grow properly
Plank exercises are the new crunch. If you’ve been doing crunch after crunch on your weight machine or as a floor exercise, you’re probably wasting time. Crunches are ideal for upper abs, but they’re not so hot for the lower abs, which often need more help. Learn how planks can flatten that belly.
Hip exercises tone more than just your hips. In some cases, you want to see results in more than one part of your body even if you are targeting certain muscle groups. Find out which muscle groups benefit from hip exercises and how you can do such exercises.
So you’ve got your arms, abs, legs and glutes all figured out in the muscle department. But you still don’t have the bodybuilder figure you would like. A chest workout can help change that for you.