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Training by Body Type

Training by body type

Your specific body type is dependent on your genetics. As with the world’s best sportswomen, the top fitness models are first born with the potential, then train and diet hard to look even better.

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Exercise and Type 2 Diabetes

Exercise and type 2 diabetes

Type 2 diabetes has reached pandemic proportions worldwide, which is worrying because it is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and premature death, and also has significant economic consequences for sufferers.

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Plyometric Training for Performance

Plyometric training for performance

Traditional weight training exercises do not always allow the use of explosive speed or the movements needed to develop sport specific power. If you want to rev up your metabolism and advance your fitness, plyometric training is for you.

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Your Heart Knows How to Get Fit

Your heart knows how to get fit.

The reason why it is important to know your heart rate while exercising is that it indicates your current effort level and available work capacity, and it provides information about how close you are working to your aerobic and anaerobic thresholds.

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Breaking Through Fitness Plateaus

Breaking through fitness plateaus

Our bodies are truly extraordinary organisms. They have an amazing ability to adapt quite quickly to any new stimulus. However, thanks to this ability, if you don't vary or change that same stimulus regularly your body will stop adapting, which is when you can reach that dreaded plateau.

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