How To Be Dense While You Build Muscle The Smart Way

Written by Jeremy Markum


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2) Do as many reps as you can in good form, and then write downrepparttar load used (orrepparttar 113066 color ofrepparttar 113067 elastic band) andrepparttar 113068 number of reps.

3) Rest EXACTLY 20 seconds.

4) Do another set of as many reps as you can. Obviously, you wonít get as many reps this set as you did on your first, provided you challenged yourself onrepparttar 113069 first set, and assuming you're not some sort of genetic Density freak. 5) Rest EXACTLY 20 seconds. 6) Repeat steps 3-6 usingrepparttar 113070 same load each set until you get to a total of 50 reps.

7) Once youíve achieved 50 reps (or even up to 100 if youíre an advanced trainee who knows they respond better to higher volume), youíre done!

8) On your subsequent workout, youíll do everything exactlyrepparttar 113071 same, EXCEPT, youíll cut your rest periods by 5 seconds to 15 seconds.

9) Once youíre down to 5 second rest periods, you can move on to something different (ideally a routine that stresses progression by Load or Acceleration), or you can repeat this routine for one more cycle using slightly heavier loads.

This is only one variant of Density Training you could employ, but itís one ofrepparttar 113072 simplest, and thatís why I like it so much!

The Fitness Sage always favorsrepparttar 113073 Simple, Balanced, and Profound approach to building a better body.

Jeremy (aka The Fitness Sage) is the author of the upcoming guide: "The Tao of Functional Fitness." He has recently appeared on the "Pat Croce: Moving In" TV show, and has appeared on the cover of Men's Workout Magazine twice. You can learn more about his Profound approach to health and fitness at http://www.JeremyMarkum.com or his members-only site at http://www.JeremyMarkumInnerCircle.com.


Buying a Treadmill

Written by Frederick L. Waters


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These are considerations when buying a treadmill online:

Check to make surerepparttar treadmill is a name brand, backed buy independent ratings and reviews. Also, check for customer testimonials, if available.

Make sure when buying a treadmill, it is built with quality components. Like computers, treadmill manufacturers built using similar parts. Make sure thatrepparttar 113065 parts are reputable and thatrepparttar 113066 overall construction meets or exceedsrepparttar 113067 standards required for your needs.

A warranty says a lot aboutrepparttar 113068 quality of a treadmill. Companies are not going to offer an exceptional warranty ifrepparttar 113069 machine tends to breakdown in a short period of time. Warranties are a consistent factor inrepparttar 113070 quality of a treadmill. Ifrepparttar 113071 warranty is exceptional then it makes sense thatrepparttar 113072 treadmill is built to last. Make sure you buy treadmill that comes with a reasonable in-home repair warranty. A one year repair warranty is a good indication. If you plan to buy a budget treadmill consider an extended warranty.

Make sure your treadmill is backed by exceptional customer service. Treadmills are complicated pieces of machinery. They do break. Whether if you buy online or at a retail store, make surerepparttar 113073 company has an excellent customer service record. Online company reviews can be found at Shopping.com and BizRate.com.

When buying a treadmill do not get caught up byrepparttar 113074 salesperson. Do your research. Compare prices, features, reviews, ratings and warranties. That will give you a good indication on what to buy whether online or off.

Frederick Waters - Fitness Consultant. Before you buy a treadmill check out all the ratings and reviews at Treadmill Ratings and Reviews (http://www.treadmill-ratings-reviews.com)


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