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Discussing Warm Up Exercises Before a Workout

Warming Up Before a Workout So let’s talk about warming up for your workout properly, effectively and efficiently. One thing that you’ve got to remember about warming up the muscles is you want to spend as little time as possible on it. Use as little of your energy and strength warming up. Fewer total warm-up sets, and the least amount of reps. You’ll also be using a light weight. Muscle Growth and Preventing Injury You want to save the hard...
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Exercise Bike Guide to Workout at Home

Spin Bikes for Higher Intensity For anyone searching for a low-intensity exercise to develop endurance and workout their entire body, Amazon is king of selection having a great deal of cycles for cost-effective rates. Spin bicycles are made particularly for people who desire to train for strenuous workouts. Additionally, if you happen to be somebody that uses lame excuses such as the heat, cold, or rain to reduce your everyday workout, the stationary bike tosses those excuses out the window....
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Guide: Full Body Workout at the Gym for Weight Loss

Work All Your Key Muscles in a Single Session A full-body strength program includes exercises which work all your key muscles in a single session. Before you choose whether you need to do full-body or break up routine workouts, take into consideration the number of days you are able to dedicate to workout, your individual workout goals, as well as your current degree of skill and comfort in the gym. Daily Performing the key compound workouts daily (Bench, Dead and...
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Chest and Back Exercises for Beginners: Video Guide

Chest and Back Exercises for Beginners keys to success: For strength gains, do a set every two minutes. For burning more body fat, try to keep the rest periods a little shorter. Do decline chest if you decide to mix it up, you get a really great stretch. If you’re hitting a plateau with reps, give them way more volume. Make sure on each workout you fatigue all the fibers. If you’re winded, give it another 30 seconds here because...
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Back Exercises for Building Muscle Mass Fast: Video Guide

Just started bodybuilding and want to develop a lot more muscle but I’m a bit confused. How many workouts, sets and reps do I do for each and every muscle group to develop as quickly as possible? Key points: That will be an all around very good beginning point for testing your body’s limits and see how fast you can recover, and from that point attempt to stretch it forward and progressively add the leg workouts, but never go much...
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Improving Memory with Exercise

Today I want to discuss how intense exercise can actually increase your memory capacity like nootropics. The way that it does that is actually helps to increase your hippocampal capacity. It improves the neuronal communication within the hippocampus. The hippocampus is considered the base for human memory, so when you do that you see a lot of improvement in both short-term or working memory, and long-term consolidated memory. Just a few good intense sessions per week you’re going to feel amazing. How...
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Keto for Beginners- Meals for Weight Loss

I’m in the middle of this keto diet journey right now to lose weight. One of the things that people on diets always worry about is are they gonna fall off the wagon are they gonna stop doing it? I’m going to share the diet that I’m on, I’m going to share what I’m eating. How much weight I’ve lost, my general health levels, the exercise that I’m doing and all sorts of stuff like that. It was tough for...
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The Role of Calories in Ketosis and Ketogenic Diets

Going back the calories in calories out conundrum, it really depends on what the calories are from. We talked about how calorie influences can do a lot of different things. In ketosis, let’s say for example you consume fat calories from MCT’S? Well, if you are already in somewhat of a state of ketosis then fat calories that come from MCT’s are going to illicit a catalyst for more energy which is going to yield more energy expenditure, and more...
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You Have to find Purpose in Your Life- Man’s Search for Meaning

Today’s video is on the book man’s search for meaning by Viktor Frankl, who was a professor of neurology and psychiatry and this is probably one of the most powerful books I’ve ever read. The book chronicles Victor Frankel’s experiences as a concentration camp inmate during world war II. You have to find meaning in your life- you have to find a purpose something bigger than yourself and you know searching for your meaning. During his time in camp he’s...
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Lean Bulk Dieting Diary

I highly recommend just saving your calories for the times of the day that you’re the hungriest. If you wake up in the morning and you’re not hungry, don’t feel like you have to eat breakfast for some reason. Just fast, then wait and have lunch later in the day or even later than that if you’re still not hungry. Better to save the calories for when you are your hungriest if you want to lose fat while maintaining muscle....
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