Body Building

By on November 17, 2013

Bodybuilding is more of a lifestyle choice than simply a method of exercise. Bodybuilders focus all of their time and energy perfecting their eating habits and maximizing the size, shape and definition of their muscles.

Building and toning muscles looks great and can help you lose weight, but many of the old-fashioned bodybuilding techniques and movements are not conducive to people who are more interested on losing weight or just being healthy.

The overload principle is one of the best aspects that can be drawn from bodybuilding. It is the foundational principle to building larger and stronger muscles. It has many different benefits and applications within the field of musculoskeletal exercise.


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The Fitness Answer Man is the online personality founded by Kevin Forrest CPT, FMS Pro Trainer and Master Fitness Trainer for the US Military. He has worked in the fitness industry for 30 years and was one of the first trainers to incorporate the physio ball into people's workouts and helped pioneer in the field of "Core" training. He specializes in movement rehabilitation and uses his experience to help clarify the confusion about diet and exercise that still exists within the fitness industry today.

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