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How to regain your range of motion after a total knee replacement-A firsthand account

Senior Fitness Training: A guide to a healthier life through exercise

Dumbbell circuit training-The whole body edition

The Twenty Minute Dumbbell Total Body Workout

Exercise your way to healthier bones the Danny O'Dell way

The ultimate bench press manual

Chin up progressions

A Comprehensive Approach to Shoulder Training and Injury Resistance A strength training guideline for healthy shoulders

Osteoporosis: A trainers guide to healthier bones

Push up Power 

The Ten Essentials of female strength and beauty

Building Muscle Mass in the Athlete

Eighteen weeks to greater physical fitness with high heart rate strength training 

Get fit at home with minimal equipment 

Wilderness Basics for the Young Woodsman; A booklet of facts

Keeping fit on a busy schedule

Staying Fit on Your Business Trip

The best exercises to effectively build full body maximum strength

Training Efficiently For Those With Limited Time

Ten minutes to greater physical fitness-The whole body edition

Ten minute FAT BE GONE workouts

A Scientific Approach to Increased Muscle Hypertrophy, Strength and Recovery Methods

A guidebook to greater physical strength

The major warm-up and cool down stretches used in strength training programs 

How to regain your range of motion after a shoulder surgery: A firsthand account

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Explosivelyfit focuses on the development of superior strength with the intent to help all drug free athletes reach their true strength potential. You will get stronger and more powerful using these strength training methods and tips.

Men and women truly are different in their respective display of heart attack symptoms.

It doesn’t take much of an expert to notice the differences between a man and a woman. However, there are subtle differences that can mean the difference between life and death when it comes to a heart attack. The Cleveland clinic has listed a number of symptoms that men and women tend to experience during a heart attack. Read more here.

Strength tip: Sarcopenia

Sources estimate sarcopenia affects as many as 50%, of our older population however many people fail to recognize the signs of their muscle loss until it may be too late to recover? Old age has its benefits, but losing muscle mass and strength is not one of them. There are many other areas of a person’s health and comfort that sarcopenia affect.

Not only does your strength slowly ebb away but it also sets a person up for potential falls, fractures, and a loss of independent living to name just three areas of concern. Furthermore, sarcopenia can lead to a loss of mobility, creating a condition of frailty due to a lack of movement, which in turn may be a precursor to diabetes, osteoporosis, and weight gain. An older person with sarcopenia runs a 4.6 times higher risk of becoming disabled than does one with normal muscle mass and strength.

This does not have to be the case. Sure, some of your strength will go away but it does not all have to be a normal part of getting older.

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Strength tip: PRISE method of training

Quality, not quantity, makes all the difference when it comes to diet and exercise

According to the Duke Medicine Health News , the quality of the diet and exercise counts more than quantity. They preface the statement by saying that different modes of exercise including aerobics, resistance training, sprinting intervals, stretching, yoga, and Pilates when coupled up with moderate amounts of protein used during the day “has multiple health benefits… written in a study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology May 16 2013.” The study examined the PRISE program of multiple exercise methods and more daily protein intake.

Quantity still has a huge influence on the outcome as it has been demonstrated time after time that more exercise, certainly above the minimum recommended daily amounts, invariably leads to better results. As long as exercise is not over done to the point of developing into a body dysmorphic disorder. Read more here: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/body-dysmorphic-disorder/basics/definition/con-20029953

Duke Medicine Health News September 2014 Vol. 20, No.9


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Strength tip: Stretching Strength and flexibility training

Stretching and strength training go hand in hand. Start out your workout with a general full body warm up then move to a dynamic upper, mid, or lower torso stretch and end up with your movement specific stretch.

If you are unsure of how to make the most of your stretching exercises, here is a handy twenty nine page booklet to look at and learn from. Stretching tips was written by my Australian stretching guide cohort, Brad Walker.

Stretching a the end of your strength training session helps prepare your body for the next one.

Click on Stretching tips and it will load up in an Adobe PDF.

Keep training smart and strong, Danny M. O'Dell, M.A. CSCS*D




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