Endurance Of The Mind and Body

By on December 5, 2013

Endurance is the ability to Persevere

 The quality and duration of your life (and consequently your happiness) revolves around the ability of your mind and body to withstand the ravages of time, poor genetics, bad habits and negative environmental conditions.

Cardiovascular exercises such as running, jogging and cycling may improve your endurance, but they have also been clinically proven to have a negative impact on your joint health and damage the connective tissue between your muscles, tendons and bones.

Endurance training uses old fashioned weight training to improve your heart health and facilitate weight loss. It safely and effectively trains the muscles of the body and uses that effort to help you lose weight and get in shape!

ENDURANCE TRAINING

Endurance training focuses on the entire musculoskeletal structure (muscles, tendons and bones) and super-sets them in such a way that keeps your heart rate up for an extended period of time which creates a cardio effect.

The secret and science behind this form of weight training is that you are always in motion, training one muscle group while another is resting. This full-body, super-setting style of training targets your internal flow and external form at the same time!

Because it conditions the inside and outside of your body simultaneously, this style of training is ideal for Weight loss, Health fitness and Athletic fitness. We all have limited time on our hands, and this is the best way to get the most out of your time and effort!

 

About TheFitnessAnswerMan

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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