Category Archives: Work Out

How to Grow Muscle and Burn More Fat

Beth knows how to grow the guns and you can too. Updated, 3 May 2019 by Staff If you want to grow muscle and/or burn more body fat – it is important to know muscle groups have three muscle fiber types that are stimulated to grow or endure physical activity. And during exercise or work activity, muscle also prefer certain fuel sources to achieve the fitness goal. Research shows us, muscle is stimulated to grow (more…)

Superior Fitness Principles Include Cross Training Exercise

CrossTrain Muscles Using a Variety of exercise I recall cross training during the 80’s as a popular strategy used off-season in-between sports to sustain fitness levels.  Today the same cross training fitness principles are used by a new generation of athletes and activity enthusiasts to sustain superior physical condition year round. Cross training exercise is identified and made new again by a popular brand known as “CrossFit” training.  CrossFit, Inc. is a fitness company founded (more…)

Relative Fitness Programming Sustains Active Lifestyles

Get your aerobics in over the weekend on your bikes in new and exciting places. Exploration on foot or bike is one of our families favorite activities. I’m often asked, what’s the best way to get in shape and lose weight?  The first thing that comes to mind, you must find an exercise activity program that’s “relative for you.”  Through client consults it is not surprising to learn if you’re not passionate about “your” exercise (more…)

Change Exercise & Nutrient Strategies – Grow More Muscle, Part 2

Task Specific Training for Muscle Growth Success Click on Read Part 1, or cited article link, How to Grow Muscle Naturally, Part 1, below to get the full muscle growth and strength story. Muscle growth is dependent upon protein synthesis [process in which cells build and repair themselves].  An adequate supply of essential amino acids is necessary to grow muscle and keep it in a good state of repair.  It is wise to ensure you consume (more…)

Muscle Growth Using Task Specific Training is Powerful Knowledge

Task Specific Training for Muscle Growth Success It has long been the practice for athletes and body builders, when conditioning muscle “regardless of fitness goals,” the repetitions per set would be in the ranges of 4-15 reps per body part.  And to vary the repetition range and weights within each set would set the foundation for the greatest muscle mass and endurance gains.  The exercise physiology behind muscle growth shows us that 4-8 reps per (more…)