Marta Montenegro Archive
Published September 22, 2012
Experts agree that one main problem of too much bilateral exercises is that the strongest side will take a greater load, which deepen the muscle imbalances and may increase the risk of injury.
Published September 16, 2012
Mastering every exercise is critical to produce the right mechanical and physiological stress to help you reach your fitness goals and avoid injuries.
Published September 08, 2012
Improving your aerobic capacity means greater oxygen delivery to your muscles, which translates to a fitter you.
Published September 02, 2012
You can achieve a good workout lifting light to moderate weights in a circuit fashion type—meaning one exercise after another without rest.
Published August 31, 2012
We’ve all gone through stomach problems at one time—that fullness sensation accompanied by a gaseous feeling, the need to burp and/or pass gas, or even an abdominal distension known as a hard stomach.
Published August 27, 2012
It is always good to shake up your exercises and add some new ones.
Published August 25, 2012
Remember that storm time is not a vacation! Keep up with your regular meals time, watch out the portion size, and drink lots of water to fight dehydration and quell cravings, and workout.
Published August 19, 2012
Protein intake has a stellar role in any diet, in which the ultimate goal is to lose weight, preserve body mass, and improve lean body mass ratio.
Published August 08, 2012
In this workout, we’ll work on core dynamic function, emphasizing the side abdominals job throughout exercises that involve transferring the forces between the lower and upper extremities.
Published August 05, 2012
Frozen yogurt still has a better overall nutritional profile than ice cream, but not all frozen yogurts are the same.