What 70 Plus Years Have Taught Me About Health and Fitness takes us far away from the ‘good old days’ when older people were advised to have a much more sedentary lifestyle. Gone are the days when we were told to just sit back and relax, while basically avoiding exercise as if it were stress. Of course, now we know that this is a mistake and that regular exercise and keeping healthy is a great way to reduce stress.
It can be hard to always eat a regular portion size. But, if we’re going to live a healthy life, then we have to do it. Consider buying a kitchen scale to measure your food. Then, read the serving size on each product you eat. If a box of cereal says a serving size is ¾ cup, for instance, then measure this in your scale.
These simple exercises using muscle contraction to help keep your muscles active and toned. The best part is that aside from a towel, they require virtually no equipment, and also take up very little space to complete. Whether you are an athlete, into professional body building, or just trying to get in a good workout at the office, these Isometric Exercises are perfect to fit into a busy day.
The combination of concentric and eccentric muscle contractions, which occur during Isometric Exercise, will help strengthen the head and neck.
Using concentric and eccentric muscle contractions, these types of workouts can be done virtually anywhere. This list is specifically designed for those stuck in traffic, or taking long commutes to work.
Isometric Exercise can help build strong forearms and triceps. As well as give your arm a enormous amount of strength and stability. Isometric Exercises are the kind that you can practice anywhere without any special equipment. Below are some exercises for your arm that will help you build better arms.
Using these concentric and eccentric activities, you can build a strong chest, and reap the same benefits as a star athlete, or body building champion. Use these exercises to boost your chest mass, and remember that you can do these exercises virtually anywhere, and at virtually any time. The key is to use an amount of intensity that works best for you while flexing your chest, or pectoral muscles.
These Isometric Exercises will help tighten your core, build strength in your abdomen, flatten your stomach, and work your abdominal muscles in ways they have not been previously exercised. They require very little in the way of equipment or tools, have been used in body building for years.
Once you’ve reached a certain age, maintaining mobility and flexibility in your legs can become a huge benefit. It can add balance and stability, and help fight off obesity and fat accumulation, and even help fend off hip and joint issues.
Isometric back exercises can bring power and strength back to many different regions of your core. The back can really be separated into three distinct areas: the upper back, the lower back, and the shoulder area.