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How Music Can Rev Up Your Workout

How Music Can Rev Up Your Workout

Everyday researchers are coming out with more and more information and results to studies that show the powerful effects that music can have. For pregnant women, playing music can have a huge impact on a child’s prenatal development. For the mentally impaired and people with severe brain injuries, music can excite and charge neurons that can actually bring parts of […]

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Lauren Carter Outdoor Workout

Lauren Carter Outdoor Workout

Lauren Carter, is an actress, singer, and model. She’s the lead in the Jazz Age-set film “The Green Mile” (co-starring Guinevere Turner from The L Word) as well as having recorded several songs for the soundtrack.

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Eating Before Workout: 5 Biggest Mistakes

Eating Before Workout: 5 Biggest Mistakes

Excited for the new season in the gym? The key to a great body is the energy that you need to own, but eating the wrong food can ruin your training rather than advance, so you will stagnate and will not get any success. “Eating before workout can make you lethargic, can destroy your body system or cause cramps,” says […]

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Pause in-between sets

Pause in-between sets

Exercising with a discipline by the program you have set for yourself is always a positive thing, but there is more to that particular discipline. What people often neglect when they workout in the gym is the pauses between sets. Those few minutes are essential to the bony energy needed for lifting weights.

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Taking it slow with the repetitions

Taking it slow with the repetitions

A normal repetition takes about 2 seconds for the movement and 1 second to lock. There is way of exercising the muscles slower then normal, thus trigering heavier tention on muscular fibers in order to increse muscle growth. Slower repetitions have 15 to 17 seconds covering 4-6 repetitions.There are benefits from slower workout, but look out for unwanted injuries if […]

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