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Get Lean – 5 Strength Training Exercises Women Over 30 Need To Do

Introduction Strength training builds muscle and burns fat, helping you lose weight in your 30s and beyond. You may be pounding the pavement or stepping up the cycling, and while aerobic exercise is a bona fide calorie burner (and an ace at boosting heart health), don’t ignore strength training. For many women wondering why is it so …

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The Best Exercises for Men and Women with Back Pain you Can do at Home

The Best Exercises for Men and Women with Back Pain you Can do at Home

The Kettlebell Swing for Men and Women

The Kettlebell Swing for Men and Women

Mike Thurston – If I Could only do 5 Exercises for the Rest of My Life

By Mike Thurston Assuming you can only go to gym once a week the below-mentioned 5 exercises will be an effective way for you to: 1) preserve muscle mass and 2) burn calories.

6 Reasons Why You Should Add Deadlifts to Your Workout

We don’t know a more epic way to show off your strength than picking up a stacked barbell from the weight-room floor. The classic strength exercise engages one of the most innate human movement patterns (hinging forward at the hips) and works everything from your glutes and hamstrings to your core, lats, and shoulders. It also lets you move more pounds than …

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13 Benefits of Weightlifting That No One Tells You About

Research shows that not only can weightlifting improve your body composition and give you a toned appearance, it can also improve your overall health and make you a happier person. Weightlifting can help you burn fat, reduce your risk of diabetes, prevent back pain and even help you fight depression. Read on to find out …

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Graham Benton answers your indoor rowing questions

Graham Benton answers your indoor rowing questions

Indoor rowing pro Graham Benton took over the British Rowing Instagram account to answer your questions. Graham Benton competing at BRIC 2016 (Naomi Baker) Indoor rowing pro Graham Benton answered all your indoor rowing questions from race day tips to over-training. Here are some highlights: Training Is steady state the best way to get faster? “I believe …

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How to Fuel for an Indoor Rowing Race

Rowing & Regatta nutritionist Jacqueline Birtwisle shares her tips on how to fuel in the lead up to and on race day, just in time for the British Rowing Indoor Championships. It is the perfect time to start thinking about how to fuel your race day. Your meal the night before A pasta or rice based …

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Finland’s Joel Naukkarinen Indoor Rowing World Record

Joel Naukkarinen rowed 100km in 6h 6min (1:49.8 split). Height / Weight: 1.87 m / 91 KgBirthday: March 30, 1993 KouvolaPlace of residence: KuopioStudying: Medicine at the University of Eastern Finland. Joel’s Motto: “Fitness motivation is measured in practice… Exercise can be, for example, “only” 4-6 hours a day, but the rest of the day …

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Sarah Gibbs: High Rate Training Before British Rowing Indoor Championships (BRIC)

“A good 2km stroke rate would be over 30, mine is around 32-33 and to be able to pull that stroke rate for 6-8 mins needs practice and training, not only physical but mental too…”  read on. So you’ve entered the British Rowing Indoor Championships (BRIC) and now you’re pushing on with your 2km or 500m training. …

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