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Strength and Conditioning incorporates all elements of Strength Training: Speed, Agility, Flexibility and Endurance. Read more.
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ALL ABOUT STRENGTH and CONDITIONING ROUTINES Strength and Conditioning incorporates all elements of Strength Training: Speed, Agility, Flexibility and Endurance. Strength Training is one of the oldest disciplines. Legend has it Milo of Croton Trained for Strength in Ancient Greece Trained by carrying a newborn Calf on his back daily until it was a fully grown Cow. Okay drop the Calf and Buy Strength Training Equipment from FitnessScape! Strength Training Builds Strength and Bigger Muscles, (i.e. Increases Lean Body Mass). Strength Training Burns Calories for up to 8 hrs after a Workout, in fact the More Muscle the More Calories are burned at rest due to a Higher Metabolic Rate. Strength Training Benefits are too numerous to mention but they include: Building Muscle, Burning Fat, Increasing Endurance, Raising Hormone Levels, Strengthening Joints, Lowering LDL Cholesterol. Strength Training benefits for Women are Profound; Weight Training Thickens and Strengthens Bones and is the most Effective Defense against Osteoporosis! Aerobic Exercises Improve Mental, Physical and Emotional Health. With Aerobic Fitness Equipment users can: Begin, Improve or Maintain Cardiovascular Conditioning. Study after Study proves Cardio Exercising Benefits that include: 45% Decreased Risk of Heart Disease, Decreased Risk of Hypertension, Increase in Fat Loss and can help in maintaining a Healthy Weight, (actually aerobic exercise acts as a natural appetite suppressant!). The main benefits of Stretching are possible Improvements in Athletic Performance, Increased Flexibility and Decreasing the Risk of activity-based Injuries in Running, Swimming and Sports. Stretching before Strength Training is not recommended, (as stretching stimulates Golgi Body organelles which relax tendons making you a bit weaker in some lifts); Stretching is Highly Beneficial after Strength Training Workouts Increasing Blood Flow to Muscles: carrying Nutrients and Oxygen into the Muscle Increasing Carbohydrate Synthesis and aiding Protein Transport. Visit FitnessScape.com for the Fitness Equipment at the Lowest Prices. ***Always consult a physician before beginning any exercise program ABOUT THE AUTHOR Michael Francis is certified Personal Trainer and Holds a BS in Human Nutrition from THE Ohio State University with past experience in Designing and Manufacturing Exercise Equipment. FitnessScape.com with a BBB A+ Rating is the name to trust for buying Home Gym Exercise Equipment