Is it important to have a good posture

I Love My Fit Body – Build A Good Posture

The attitude of a person is an excellent indicator of his physical form. Good posture is important for balance and helps you stay focused. This aspect becomes even more important when it comes to exercise because exercise in a bad posture cannot produce the desired effect and even cause injury.

You can improve your posture with a few simple exercises that require easy lifting of weights. Specific balancing exercises focus on posture and balanced issues through exercises that strengthen the areas where they are needed and also extend to tense relaxing muscles. You can also significantly improve your posture in just a few weeks, by trying these exercises below.

100 Flys

3 sets of straight leg deadlifts – 15 reps per

3 sets of leaning roundhouse kick hold – 15 reps per hold 2 sec

3 set of good mornings – 10 reps

3 sets of squat thrust – 20 reps

3  sets of planks – 1 min hold

3 sets of Spiderman 20 reps

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MMAXOUT is the latest, hottest adult fitness program that is taking over the country.  It has been featured in multiple media outlets as the number 1 high intensity-training program with a MMA emphasis.  So what is all the hype about?

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MMAXOUT incorporates a unique training technique to its fitness program.  It was designed by Bruce (Fit Boss) to incorporate high- intensity interval training in which the client is advised to give 100% effort through quick, intense burst of exercises, followed by short, sometime active recovery period. Recent studies conducted by Laval University, East Tennessee State University, Baylor College of Medicine, and the University of New South Wales have shown this type of training increases and maintains heart rate and torches fat in less time. The workouts are designed to increase the bodies demand for oxygen during maximum effort that creates an oxygen debt, resulting in your body to ask for more during recovery. This effect is known as the Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption (EPOC).  This is informally referred to as the after burn. EPOC effect clearly increases with MMAXOUT’S high intensity interval training resulting in greater fat loss 16 to 24 hours post exercise. The result: more calories burned than if you’d exercised at a lower intensity for the same (or longer) period of time. Exactly how much you can burn after exercising directly correlates to the duration and intensity of your workout.

Another benefit to MMAXOUT’S high intensity interval training program in appetite control. Many people post exercise are starving.  After an hour on the treadmill, elliptical or bicycle you can’t wait to eat to recoup. This can pose a challenge to your fitness goals. With MMAXOUT’s Fitness Program the opposite is true. People are less hungry post workout allowing them to make sensible post exercise food choices. Research suggests a direct correlation of post exercise appetite to the type and intensity of exercise preformed. It has to do with the “hunger hormone” ghrelin, which lines the stomach wall and signals brain to eat. A recent study done at University of Western Australia found that this type of high intensity training suppresses this hormone, resulting in decrease appetite. It has also been found to increase levels of blood lactate and blood glucose, which will decrease post exercise appetite. Similar studies conducted at Leeds University in Britain and University of Munich confirms this theory that short high intensity exercises actually suppress appetite.

In conclusion, MMAXOUTS Fitness Program by design has been proven to allow you to workout less by pushing your body to its MMAXimal potential resulting in greater results in fat loss and muscle growth.  So why waste your valuable time doing anything other than program.   It’s time to MMAXOUT!