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Staying Healthy in Your 40’s and Beyond

Turning 40 doesn't mean that your health is going to nosedive; in fact, you can stay strong and healthy well into your 60's and beyond if you take some simple, common sense steps toward living a healthy life. Here are just a few tips: Exercise You likely already know the importance of daily exercise; taking the stairs, going for a walk after dinner, parking your car at the back of the parking lot instead of closer to the doors - but did you know that as you age your metabolism not only slows, but you lose muscle mass as well? That's why it's so important to add strength training to your car...

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Exercises Outside Of The Gym

Although gym memberships have seen enormous increases in recent years, with more and more people signing up to monthly memberships and different classes, for many people, the gym simply isn't a comfortable place to be. It might be that it doesn't fit in easily with your lifestyle, that the gyms nearby aren't up to your standards, or that you just prefer to exercise on your own - or any number of other reasons. However, there are plenty of other exercises which you can do to get a good workout without going to the gym. If you want an exercise that will tone many different muscles in your body...

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Achieve The Abs You've Been Dreaming Of

Having the perfect stomach is the main thing that people who crave fitter figures think about. And they are one of the hardest muscles to grow, tone or define. However we are here to help, with some smart tips to make sure you are making the most of your workouts and eating the right foods to get you looking ab-tastic. Eat right Eating right is the top reason why many fitness junkies do not get the abs that they want. The first rule of muscle toning is eating the right amount of protein. When you are lifting weights or doing hundreds of crunches, what you are actually doing is tearing your ...

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Best Abs Workout With No Equipment

The abs are an area that most people want to work on and it's a great way to get into the world of exercise. Not only do abs exercises strengthen your core but you'll feel the effects of them stretch into other areas of your life. While a good workout will leave you feeling better, if you've always been dreaming of a six pack then exercise alone simply won't cut it and factoring in a healthy, balanced diet is key. For the best results you don't need to go to the gym and use tons of expensive equipment, it's possible to start your abs training from the comfort of your home. So here are a few e...

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The "Basics" Workout

Looking better, feeling better, and increasing your athletic performance begins with this old school workout.



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Jul 2017

Accelerated Bodyweight Training

No equipment? No problem. These upper and lower body exercises will help you build muscle and gain strength. Many athletes think that they need certain equipment like barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells and strongman equipment to get stronger. Fortunately for you that’s not entirely true. The fact is, your body weight is the most accessible piece of equipment you have and bodyweight exercises are actually a great tool to build muscle. Don’t believe me? Take a look at the physique of a gymnast. These athletes have the best bodies of any athletes on the planet. They spend countless hours eac...

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May 2017

Top Five Abs Workouts

The list of ab workouts that everyone's been looking for… Now that you’re set on obliques, there’s one group of muscles that puts the exclamation point on a breathtaking physique. No we’re not talking about biceps again… we’re talking about abs! Granted you’ve now got some time until beach season but seriously, who else is dying for a well defined six pack and great abs exercises? The answer is everyone. So let’s cut the crap and get down to business. Bottom line is these five exercises will get you the abdominals you’ve always wanted and ensure that your entire core is as strong and stab...

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Apr 2017

Next Level Bench Press Variations

Take your bench press and chest workouts to the next level with these exercises and approaches. Every male on the planet wants to bench press. Yet, the number one exercise associated with upper body weight room injury in the male population is, of course, the flat barbell bench press. Without getting into the technicalities of why, and the propensity we have for injury in this horizontal pushing exercise, we can safely say that one of the main factors is simply that we bench too much! Blasphemous, I know, but it’s the truth. However, what also adds to the elevated risk of injury is that...

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Five Plateau Breaking Exercises

The five exercises that’ll help break plateaus and mix up your training routine. Having a plan in the weight room is a must to achieve your goals. Everybody knows that. But even the best routines can get stale. Yeah I said it… Even JSHEZ can occasionally get sick of repping out bench press reps on Monday’s with an ungodly amount of weight. So what do you do? You mix things up. Whether looking for a new addition to your bench press workout, or a lift to light your arms on fire, these 5 exercises may be just what you need to mix things up and take your strength to the next level. Dumbbell...

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Mar 2017

One-Day-A Week Workout

Here’s the one workout to help you build muscle and lose fat, even if you only get one day to train. Let’s face it, it’s not always easy to make it to the gym. I know the feeling. Mundane tasks add up, you get stuck at work late, you had a function you promised your family (see: girlfriend) you were going to go to. It happens to the best of us. All you wanna do is slang that steel and you can’t. Devastating. Thankfully you can still stay on track if you’re only able to get one or two days a week in. It’s not ideal, and you won’t be able to put on a great deal of size or strength you’re g...

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