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ANTI-AGING FITNESS

WORKOUT PROGRAM DESIGN

 

Learning the Basics of Antiaging Exercise

Antiaging exercises focus on building muscle and maintaining flexibility.

  • Building muscle mass – by sufficient weight training intensity to create that burn sensation. If you do it right – you should be sore the next day and ready to work out again the following day.
  • Building cardiac fitness – by using High Intensity Interval Training – short 30-60 second bursts in amongst your 30 minute aerobic session.
  • Stretching – on those non muscle mass building days to develop the lean muscle fibres and keep the joints flexible

To enable you to design the most appropriate workout routine for your body type, exercise personality and antiaging goals, it pays to understand the basics requirements and fitness program protocols.

For the purpose of seeing how all the different types of workout programs fit together I have added paragraphs from other fitness and antiaging pages. Follow links to get more details on these topics.

 

Work Out Equipement

For this program you only need free hand weights. If you don’t think this is as good as using a gym, let me share with you how much better hand weights can be than all that expensive equipment.

Firstly, working out in the gym is how you move your body for maybe one hour, 4 times a week.

The rest of the time you move your body without them. So do you want to build strength and fitness based for the movements you do 4 hours a week or the other 164 hours.

Secondly, for example, bicep curls done at the gym uses a machine to isolate just that muscle, by restricting the use of other muscles. And you are sitting down – probably just like you have all day!

Standing up doing bicep curls needs your body to brace – this brings into play your abdominal muscles and the muscles of the lower back and spine. Isn’t this a much more efficient use of your time?

Free-weight exercises mimic athletic moves and generally activate more muscle mass.

Next: Making Your Workout More Effective


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