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Strenght Training 1.0

Strength training is the most productive form of exercise.


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  • Last Updated: Sep 23, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Strenght Training is a Home & Education software developed by Fitness Attitudes. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Strenght Training:

EditByBrothersoft: Strength training is the most productive form of exercise.

There are some basic principles that must be followed if you want to enjoy the which strength training has to offer.

Progressive overload simply means that you must force your muscles to work harder each time. That means you can't use the same weight every workout, regardless of how many sets or reps you do. The best way to do this is by attempting to increase the resistance/weight used and/or increase the number of repetitions performed at each workout.

Intensity is also very important. Your body will only add muscle if you force it to work at a higher level than it is used to. That means continuing each set until no more repetitions are possible.

Once you have overloaded the target muscle group you must rest long enough to allow for recovery of the targeted muscle group, the nervous system, refill glycogen stores (energy stored within your muscles), and also allow enough time for the muscles to make improvements or increases.

This process takes between 2-7 days. The harder you work the longer it takes your body to recover. Don't ruin your Progress by strength training too often.
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