by Michael Aldrighetti
You may find yourself wondering what role foam rolling plays in preparing you for your workout. We have received multiple questions on the significance of foam rolling prior to working out. The simple answer is it loosens up the body’s muscles. Foam rolling is a method of self-massage, which works to release “knots” in the muscles. This decrease of tension can relieve pain (including knee, back and shoulder) as well as improve flexibility and posture for various exercises, such as squats and deadlifts. Below, we will take a look at the importance of foam rolling and a dynamic warm-up prior to squatting.
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In a recent report, author Avi Dor reported health care costs for obese individuals are 9 times higher for women and 6 times higher for men. Roughly an additional $8300 for women and $6500 for men, annually. Over a 30 year span, $240,000 for women and $180,000 for men.
That’s right! The HCG diet is ultimately going to increase the amount of fat on your body. There is a reason it sounds too good to be true. Because it is! You see, the HCG diet is like robbing a bank to make money. Like any get rich quick, lose weight quick SCHEME, IT DOES NOT WORK!!
The latest Hollywood rumor was that celebrity Kim Kardashian attended a boot camp fitness program to get her body ready for her August 20th wedding. One has to wonder why someone with such a tremendous body would even feel the need to get into better shape before the big day. But, then again, she was busted indulging in pizza and ice cream just weeks before the wedding and she did give away Krispy Kreme donuts as one of her wedding favors. So perhaps there is more to Kim’s cravings than meets the eye. Besides, you never can be too fit, especially when wedding guests include sexy celebrities like Eva Longoria and Mario Lopez, just to name a few. While you might not be hosting such a glamorous event, a Leawood bootcamp can still help catapult you into a healthier lifestyle and meet all your fitness goals.
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