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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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How To Regain Your Range Of Motion After A Total Knee Replacement

The Best Exercises To Effectively Build Full Body Maximum Strength

Ten Minutes To Greater Physical Fitness

The Twenty-Minute Dumbbell Total Body Strength Training Workout

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



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EXPLOSIVELYFIT STRENGTH AND POWER TRAINING INFORMATION FOR THE SERIOUS ATHLETE!


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.


Strength tip: You should know this prior to exercise for a healthier heart


Increasing your walking speed and building your endurance can be incremental and spaced over several ten-minute periods each day. Interval walking means you begin with a warm up walk, then speed up to a fast pace for either time or distance and then slow down to a normal pace again. Do this the entire time of the walk. Your heart rate rises and then returns to an elevated rate the rest of the time even after you have slowed down.


When the temperature is high, and/or the humidity is too, exercising in it can be dangerous to those with existing heart problems or other health issues.

  • If you are out in the heat and/or humidity make certain you keep an ample amount of water in your body.
  • It may be best if you avoid the heat and/or humidity during the hottest parts of the day by beginning earlier or later on, especially if you do your exercising in the fresh open air.

If you have any doubts about exercising or starting a different program, discuss these plans with your doctor.


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Strength tip: Using dynamic exercises in your strength training program

Using different exercises in your training program is not simply a matter of picking out a few strength-training exercises; instead, using a particular exercise depends ultimately on the outcome expectations of the current training cycle. If you intend to train for any of the following seven types of strength and power, then each one of the exercises must specifically match the parameters of the goal of the cycle.

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Health tip: Drink your water at the right time to maximize its effectiveness to your body

  • Drinking two glasses of water as soon as you wake up helps to activate your internal organs.
  • Drinking one glass of water close to 30 minutes before a meal helps your digestive system.

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Health tip: Is it possible to stop the arthritis in your knee from progressing?
There is more and more scientific research identifying actions that can help prevent the progression of arthritis in the knees. The one main recommendation that holds steady throughout all the studies is to reduce the weight your knees are carrying by losing excess body fat. This means maintaining an ideal weight or perhaps even a little less to ease the stress on your knees. The other common thread, when it comes to protecting your knees, is to avoid activities that create stress on them and running is a prime culprit when it comes to damaging the knees.

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Strength tip: Starting out with an aerobic exercise plan

The research over the past several years continues to support the benefits of aerobic exercise. Not only is it good for your cardiovascular system but it helps ease fatigue symptoms in those with chronic fatigue syndrome, in the elderly, and the long-term sedentary person. However, this does not mean that people in these categories should just immediately go out and try to run a marathon. Before you even start, check with your doctor and review your history of activity, any type of joint problems, cardiovascular conditions, or other conditions that may cause you problems if you exercise. Read the rest here.


Strength tip: Stretching Strength and flexibility training

Stretching and strength training go hand in hand. Start 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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