190820 The Make-up of a Resistance Training Program

Starting a training program shouldn’t be more complicated than just throwing on a pair of shoes or heading off to the gym for a few sets of squats or bench presses. As long as your body is receiving a positive stimulus, it will attempt to overcome the stress placed on it. If you are sedentary and have never exercised before then this may work, for a while at least. After a short time, though the body adapts to the stimulus and stops making positive health gains as it accommodates to the new level of activity.

190120 Line of Push/Pull Principle part 1/2 By: Daniel Pare, N.C.C.P., C.S.O.

190120 Line of Push/Pull PrincipleBy: Daniel Pare, N.C.C.P., C.S.O. It is always a pleasure and an honor to write strength training articles for Danny O'Dell and his Explosivelyfit blog. I am returning with another and maybe different view about exercising in general. The line of push/line of pull training principle seems to have been forgotten … Continue reading 190120 Line of Push/Pull Principle part 1/2 By: Daniel Pare, N.C.C.P., C.S.O.

151219 A series of warm ups by Danny M. O’Dell MA., CSCS

151219 A series of warm ups by Danny M. O'Dell MA., CSCS Warm up: do this series or something similar before each session of training. Prior to beginning an upper or lower body training session do a series of dynamic resistance stretches along these lines: Cardiovascular for one to five minutes-skip rope, ride a bike, … Continue reading 151219 A series of warm ups by Danny M. O’Dell MA., CSCS

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 270919 Female barbell curls