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by Callum on May 5th 2013

Are you feeling worn out all day long? Is it difficult for you to complete tasks your peers seem to have no problems with? Are you fighting the battle of the bulge? The solution is to include some basic weight training into your routine. Find out how here. Be sure...

by Callum on Apr 20th 2013

Lifting weights, if done properly, is a fun way to increase your health and fitness levels. You’ll enjoy the workout, the results and all of the benefits that come with building muscle. Step number one is to know what you need to exercise the way that works...

by Kieran on Sep 24th 2010

The secret behind the six packs and perfectly toned bodies that you see around in men is weight training. And that is the biggest reason why most women shy away from weight training assuming that weights will give them biceps and muscles that they do not want....

by Kieran on Aug 16th 2010

The condition known as sarcopenia derived from the Greek words for vanishing flesh is the gradual wasting away of lean muscle tissue of one’s body. Twenty years ago this condition did not even have a name, but now is well on the way to becoming a household...

by Kieran on Aug 4th 2010

People who go on a diet do so for a few main reasons: to lose weight, to improve their overall well-being or both. Many people who diet for weight loss fail to lose weight or, if they do lose, fail to maintain the weight they lost. As any fitness expert will tell you, losing weight comes down to two main factors: consuming less calories...

by Kieran on Jul 15th 2010

Many people that are seeking to lose weight do not understand the vital role that strength training plays in helping you to keep excess weight off permanently. Most people focus on diet and tend to ignore the exercise element. Even those that do develop the habit...

by Kieran on Jul 10th 2010

The benefits of lifting weights, also known as weight training, strength training or resistance training, include stronger muscles, a stronger heart, a leaner physique, and a body better able to support your everyday needs and activities. However despite its many...

by Kieran on May 28th 2010

For a long time, weight training was seen as an activity performed by macho men in sweaty gyms. The times have changed, as many men and women are learning the benefits of weight training for everyone, not just the men with big biceps and sculpted torsos. Strength...

by Kieran on May 9th 2010

You want to lose weight so how does strength training fit in the picture? Using weights is a fantastic complement to cardiovascular exercise. But there are some misconceptions about strength training you should know about. Myth #1: Weightlifting will get rid...

by Kieran on May 4th 2010

Is strength training part of your workout? Combined with a good cardiovascular workout, strength training is a great way to reduce stress, build muscle, and lose weight. There are many different alternatives to get a great resistant work out in. You can do Pilates,...