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Mountains Edge Fitness - Training Tips - Resistance Training
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Exercising doesn’t have to mean sweating in the summer heat or paying exorbitant gym fees. Exercise physiologist, Mary Kennedy, shows us some great workouts you can do anytime, anywhere. Uses a resistance band to promote strength and flexibility.

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This is where your resistance training program should begin. If it is your very first experience or you have taken a long break from working out, you should start with 1-2 weeks of endurance training.

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Many people think that they should not participate in a resistance training program for a few reasons. First, they think that they don’t need it if they are trying to lose weight. Second, they don’t want to get bulky.

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The power phase should either be incorporated in the strength phase or should follow the strength phase. One important thing to remember is that if you are not ready for a power phase, you can skip it and start back at the endurance phase again, preferably with higher weight increments.

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