The Definitive Guide To Cardio

Aerobics is a great way to get into shape and burn calories. Plus, it has the benefit of not needing a lot of fancy equipment to do – you can get aerobic exercise just walking around your neighborhood. Here are some things to consider when getting ready to work up a sweat.

First, it is helpful to know what type of aerobic exercises you plan on doing. Having a variety of workouts available will not only help you to use different muscle groups, but it will add variety to keep you from getting bored. That is very important when you are coming up with a workout plan to stick with. If you are a beginner, you might consider starting out with a Fitness video to try a new exercise out…

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The Science of Fitness: Power, Performance, and Endurance

The Science of Fitness: Power, Performance, and Endurance provide a scientific explanation as to how exercise and nutrition enable people to live a higher quality life, with a focus on mitochondrial cell energy as the center of athletic performance, physical fitness, disease prevention, and aging. This approach bridges the gap between cellular biology and exercise fitness. The Science of Fitness gives competitive and elite athletes an edge in achieving optimal performance, while also helping recreational athletes who want to improve fitness. It is of great benefit to all who want to improve overall health and vitality. By learning the science of fitness, you will understand why training makes your body more energized and powerful.

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  • Mitochondria are the basis of fitness training. They generate human energy, increase with exercise, and diminish with inactivity.
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  • Nutrition and hydration explained at the cellular level, superfoods that are great for you, and unhealthy foods you should avoid.
  • How exercise strengthens the mind.
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  • A condensation of the current knowledge in exercise physiology, yet easy to read, and backed by over 240 scientific literature references. What the modern athlete needs to know.