111019 Strength training for the ActivelyFitSeniors

111019 Strength training for the ActivelyFitSeniors Resistance training is known to be highly beneficial and it is recommended activity. Before you begin discuss your plans with your health care professional, there may be certain exercises that could cause damage to your joints especially your back. Once this topic has been thoroughly explored and you get... Continue Reading →

270919 Female barbell curls

https://videopress.com/v/PeH0GQMT Female barbell curls 270919 Barbell/dumbbell curlBeginning position of the barbell curl Hold the bar/dumbbell with a closed grip palms facing upward The grip should be shoulder-width with the little finger just touching the outer thigh Stand upright with the feet shoulder-width apart and your knees bent slightly Start with the bar/dumbbell resting on the... Continue Reading →

250919 Strength training properties part 3 of 3

250919 Strength training properties part 3 of 3 Morphological changes naturally occur in those who strength train. These changes in the muscle composition result from increases in the amount of muscle glycogen, the number of mitochondria, the capillaries, the muscle fiber size, the tissues of the connective structures, and even the bones of the affected... Continue Reading →

220919 Strength training properties part 2 of 3

220919 Strength training properties part 2 of 3 Morphological changes naturally occur in those who strength train. These changes in the muscle composition result from increases in the amount of muscle glycogen, the number of mitochondria, the capillaries, the muscle fiber size, the tissues of the connective structures, and even the bones of the affected... Continue Reading →

200919 Strength training properties part 1 of 3

200919 Strength training properties part 1 of 3 Morphological changes naturally occur in those who strength train. These changes in the muscle composition result from increases in the amount of muscle glycogen, the number of mitochondria, the capillaries, the muscle fiber size, the tissues of the connective structures, and even the bones of the affected... Continue Reading →

080919 Lifting weights is associated with positive cognition and memory area changes in the brain

080919 Lifting weights is associated with positive cognition and memory area changes in the brain A new study, conducted by research scientists and led by Teresa Liu-Ambrose, PhD from the University of British Columbia stated, “exercise is a promising strategy for combating cognitive decline.” She pointed out that other studies have found aerobic and resistance... Continue Reading →

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