Tag: bodyweight training

  • 261117 Balance

    261117 Balance-continued from last week Beginning around the fourth decade, we start to lose a small percentage of the ability to keep our equilibrium . Losing your balance leads to falls and possible fractures, or other injuries if not prevented. Prevention begins with daily practice. Standing on one foot or with heel to toe for
  • Absolute strength, relative strength, and maximal effort

    301016 Absolute strength, relative strength, and maximal effort By Danny M. O’Dell, M.A. CSCS*D Absolute strength, relative strength and maximal effort all contribute to the coaches training plans. But just what is the difference in these three classifications? Absolute strength is the maximum muscle strength a body can summon up plus the protected reserve from
  • Four Lower body weight only exercises

    100816 Four Lower body weight only exercises Squats – simply squat down until your buttocks are close to the floor. Do this without bending over at the start; just keep pushing your buttocks toward the rear, just like you down when you sit down in a chair to eat supper. At the bottom of the