Discussion in 'News — please read!' started by allcdnboy, Oct 22, 2010.
Great tips that you have shared in this article. Thanks so much
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Thanx buddy for this relevant info nice article.. I'll keep these things in my mind..
"You are born with a certain body type, and no matter how much or what kind of exercise you do, your muscles will develop into their natural length and shape," he says.
Is this definitely the case? I have friends who do a hell of a lot of a yoga and their physiques seem very different to my colleagues who only go jogging, or play tennis, even though I don't there is much difference in height, or indeed weight ...
For myself, I try and do all these activities, at least once a month, so I can hope for a balanced figure. We'll see ...
Have worked hard this month.
I did not know to only stretch after my workout. I was doing it before and after. Thanks for sharing!!
a warmth greeting for your helpful article.
Sounds like good to know.
Great, thanks for this article Allcdnboy. I believe that keeping the advice simple is best!
It is also just as important to spend the time warming down just as you warm up before exercise.
After working out your muscles contract when being used (especially the legs) so it is very important to cool down especially if you have been working out hard or for any great deal of time.
As an example if you have went for a half hour run you should walk for a brisk 5 minutes to cool down, stretching is also so very important, as stated above your muscles contract so you should stretch them out after a vigorous workout. Most people do not like stretching, you can do this while in the shower after your working out.
Many people get injured because they do not warm down, and you will also recognize the flowing day you will feel physically better and can go again, so less resting before next workout.
Mark Leroy, Saltcoats, CA
helpful information. Thanks.
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