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15 Minute Total Body Active Workout Challenge PRO

Get rid of the beer belly with this awesome 15 Minutes Total Body Active Workout Challenge

Get rid of the beer belly with this awesome 15 Minutes Total Body Active Workout Challenge

15 Minute Total Body Active Workout Challenge PRO

by Cristina Gheorghisan
15 Minute Total Body Active Workout Challenge PRO
15 Minute Total Body Active Workout Challenge PRO
15 Minute Total Body Active Workout Challenge PRO

What is it about?

Get rid of the beer belly with this awesome 15 Minutes Total Body Active Workout Challenge. Moreover, work from home!! This is a great way to get a good muscle burn without doing a really high intensity cardio workout.

15 Minute Total Body Active Workout Challenge PRO

App Details

Version
1.3
Rating
NA
Size
46Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness Lifestyle
Last updated
January 29, 2017
Release date
August 22, 2016
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Get rid of the beer belly with this awesome 15 Minutes Total Body Active Workout Challenge. Moreover, work from home!! This is a great way to get a good muscle burn without doing a really high intensity cardio workout.

With the Active-Static style of training you have a group of two different exercises that use a similar position and utilize the same muscle groups. For example, the first group of exercises in the workout video are a traditional push up and a plank. Both of these exercises utilize almost identical muscle groups, actually the only muscle group that is not used by both exercises is the triceps which is more predominately used in the push up and is either not used or only lightly used depending on the style of plank you choose to do.

The term static means lack of movement. And as this term implies, with static training you take a weight and hold it in a fixed position for several seconds. This concept is based on the idea that by forcing the muscle to work only when it is maximally contracted and using the heaviest weight possible, you can optimize its growth potential. You have to admit that it makes sense. The question is, does it work?

The answer is yes; it does work when used properly. This is due mainly to the overload that's involved, as well as to the unique stimulus with which it jolts the muscle.

When you train using a full ROM, the amount of weight you can use is limited by your sticking point—the point in the exercise ROM where you're weakest. You can only use as much weight as you can lift through that sticking point. With static contractions, you eliminate the sticking point, so you can overload the muscle fibers with as much weight as you can hold for at least 10 seconds in a particular muscle's strongest position.

Static contraction training may seem like a new concept, but it's hardly a radical, untested training philosophy.

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