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Aerobic/Strength Training Combo May Be Best Workout for Diabetics – WebMD

Aerobic/Strength Training Combo May Be Best Workout for Diabetics – WebMD | SPORT SCIENCES | Scoop.it
In study, people with type 2 disease had better blood sugar control when both modes used (In study, people with type 2 disease had better blood sugar control when both aerobic and strength training used.
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Managing Stress

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Each year starts the same, the buildup of enthusiasm, excitement, and to-do lists that seem never ending. As the school year goes on enthusiasm and excitement dissipate. Replaced with stress, more ...

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Gust MEES's curator insight, July 9, 2014 3:41 PM

Lots of resources on How-To manage it ;)


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Pittsburgh: The Movie | This will get your juices going for #scup49

Yinz want action, romance, and big stars? Come dahntahn! Music: Theme from Pirates of the Caribbean, by Klaus Badelt Click SHOW MORE for full list of clips b...

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Society for College and University Planning (SCUP)'s curator insight, July 10, 2014 4:55 PM

Aren't you envious of the 1,500+ higher education leaders who are spending time in Pittsburgh at #scup49 Saturday–Wednesday?

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Overtræning og overreaching

Diskussion af fænomenerne overreaching og overtræning. Hvordan du imødekommer overtræning i din træning og livsstil. Jeg diskuterer også stress generelt og h...
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7 tips for a safe and successful strength training program - Harvard Health Publications

7 tips for a safe and successful strength training program - Harvard Health Publications | SPORT SCIENCES | Scoop.it
Strength training increases muscle mass, tones muscles, and strengthens bones and helps you maintain the strength you need for everyday activities.
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Football Training Exercises | Strength Training | Power Drills

http://kbandstraining.com/increase-football-power-with-high-intensity-strength-training/ Trevor Theismann will increase your strength and explosive power. Th...
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Tweet from @_AthleteSupport

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Connecting with Some Amazing Educators - ThinkgLink challenge

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Excellent Web Tools for The 21st Century Learner

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Training in Business's curator insight, July 11, 2014 5:15 AM

Excellent Web Tools for The 21st Century Learner

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I like the way these tools are organised! 

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High intensity explosive power, functional strength and stability training

Advanced power, strength and stability training. The website www.humanmetamorphosis.com is now live!! Check it out :) SAFETY DISCLAIMER: This is a demonstrat...
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The Truth About CrossFit

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The biggest criticism CF has of bodybuilding is that bodybuilders aren't "functional."


CrossFit advocates, however, do state that CF can be used to supplement sport-specific training for competitive athletes. In that sense, CrossFit functions as GPP, or General Physical Preparedness.

 

Strength and conditioning coaches often describe CrossFit's programming — or lack thereof — as senseless and random. Alwyn Cosgrove notes that this "all over the place" programming can be dangerous:


"A recent CrossFit workout was 30 reps of snatches with 135 pounds. A snatch is an explosive exercise designed to train power development. Thirty reps is endurance. You don't use an explosive exercise to train endurance; there are more effective and safer choices.


Greg Glassman is the founder of CrossFit. A former gymnast, the 49-year-old Glassman is credited with "creating" CrossFit in the 1980s, though the mix-and-match training system wasn't officially named until much later. The first CrossFit gym was opened by Glassman in 1995 and the website was launched in 2001.


"Another one was 30 muscle-ups. And if you can't do muscle-ups, do 120 pull-ups and 120 dips. It's just random; it makes no sense. Two days later the program was five sets of five in the push jerk with max loads. That's not looking too healthy for the shoulder joint if you just did 120 dips 48 hours ago."


Specifically, he offers this hierarchy of effective mass-gaining strategies, ranked from most to least effective:


1. Bodybuilding on steroids
2. CrossFitting on steroids
3. CrossFitting without steroids
4. Bodybuilding without steroids


Glassman claims that natural CrossFitters have more muscle mass than natural bodybuilders, based on this argument:


"The bodybuilding model is designed around, requires, steroids for significant hypertrophy. The neuroendocrine response of bodybuilding protocols is so blunted that without 'exogenous hormonal therapy' little happens. The CrossFit protocol is designed to elicit a substantial neuroendocrine wallop and hence packs an anabolic punch that puts on impressive amounts of muscle, though that is not our concern. Strength is. Natural bodybuilders (the natural ones that are not on steroids) never approach the mass that our athletes do. They don't come close."


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Jake Warrington's curator insight, February 20, 2015 1:25 PM

Great article giving insight on steriods.