Strength Training Archives
Learn how to build physical strength in the strength training archives.
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I love helping people feel strong and worthy of taking up space. Muscle not only looks great but it helps you live in a functional and safe way. Strength training helps build bone density and prevents aging and injuries.
Read the Ultimate Guide to Choosing a New Workout Routine and feel free to jump to the Strength Training section. You’ll find a One Rep Max calculator there (see here for a more in-depth version) to help you begin programming.
If you are a newbie, start with the guide and then explore around. One imperative to strength training is to build a solid core as a foundation. Check out Core Strength Exercises that Actually Work.
Building strength and the inevitable muscle mass will help you boost your metabolism as well as craft beautiful curves that look great and let people know “I work out”.
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This pyramid workout for the shoulders and legs is really a full body strength training and metabolic cardio workout combined. The nature of pyramid workouts provides an elevated heart rate throughout the workout so that you are burning massive amounts of calories while stimulating anabolic hormones to build nice, curvy muscles. For this pyramid workout we will do the following: Shoulders and Legs Pyramid Workout Dumbbell Shoulder Press Dumbbell Lunge Dumbbell Lat Raise Dumbbell Still Legged Deadlift Dumbbell Front Raise Banded Glute Bridge on bench Dumbbell Rear Delt Flye To perform these exercises as a pyramid workout, the key is… View Post
Proper core exercises can help you say goodbye to back pain and weak pelvic floor muscles (no, you shouldn’t pee when you sneeze!). These are very common ailments that, with proper training, you can overcome while improving the overall strength and function of your whole body. View Post