Posts tagged 'exercise'

 

The Importance of Warming-Up and Cooling-Down

By The American Heart Association, March 27, 2014

The following quote, part of which is used on our page about relaxation, is from the American Heart Association. The AHA website provides a wealth of information regarding health, exercise, nutrition and just about any other topic related to physical well being. It’s worth exploring.

Tags: flexibility ,  stretching ,  exercise ,  rebounding benefits ,  bellicon rebounder

Eccentric Training and Seniors

By Aaron Bubbico, B.S. and Len Kravitz, PhD, March 25, 2014

“Due to muscle mass and strength decreases associated with aging and inactivity (referred to as sarcopenia), it is valuable to know that eccentric strength training is a principal training technique that can be incorporated with older male and female clients.

Tags: muscles ,  exercise ,  seniors ,  training

Eccentric Exercise and Metabolism

By Aaron Bubbico, B.S. and Len Kravitz, Ph.D., March 25, 2014

The source material listed below is interesting, but it’s also a rather long, dry academic article. If you have a particular interest in Eccentric Exercise, and would like to understand it better from the molecular level up, it’s worth a look.

Tags: Metabolism ,  exercise