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The Biggest Loser Challenge – Nintendo Wii

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  • Players can enter personal information such as age, height, weight and amount of regular exercise to calculate a score that indicates their current health and fitness levels
  • Players can elect to workout controller-free allowing for greater focus on the program
  • Players can track their progress through the game’s calendar, which displays a recommended routine, challenges and nutrition for that day
  • Players will be provided encouragement and given tips from trainers Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels
  • Players can choose to workout using the Wii Balance Board, stability ball or resistance bands for a more intense program

One of the leading interactive health and fitness video games is back with The Biggest Loser Challenge. Players that are looking to lose weight or maintain will now be able to enjoy more than 125 exercise moves in four different environments. The Biggest Loser Challenge is an exercise simulation game for Wii, based on the popular The Biggest Loser television series. The second The Biggest Loser video game released for Wii, The Biggest Loser Challenge is designed to evolve along with the player’

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Fit to Play Tennis: High Performance Training Tips

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Running Fitness Training Tips?

Question by Andrew: Running Fitness Training Tips?
Hello everyone. So last spring I recently joined my high school’s track and field team. I was only in 9th grade so I wasn’t good or anything. I ran around a 5:30 mile time and 12:00 2 mile time on average. My best time for the mile was 5:19 and 2 mile was 11:53. It was my first time doing competitive running so I didnt expect to be spectacular. However, as the season went on, I found myself really enjoying running, which has made me decide to quit basketball during the winter season and do indoor track in winter and continue with outdoor track in the spring (staying with soccer in fall). Next year (my sophomore year), however, I actually want to be good and make varsity by spring outdoor track season. I have done many running based workouts like fartleks and 800 splits and stuff in and out of the season, which has slightly lowered my times. Nevertheless, I still feel as though my core strength (and overall muscle and body fitness outside of running) could use some major improvement. I tend to slouch a lot when im tired during a run and I am awful at hills. Do any runners out there do workouts designed to improve their body fitness for running? Workouts that are designed to improve running by strengthening and conditioning specific body areas? Maybe training workouts that would improve posture during a run? Thanks!
Also my weight/BMI and all is fine. I would like to gain more lean muscle and strength in my body. Eating and diet tips are still appreciated as well!

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Firstly, a couple of hours before, have some slow release carbs like pasta or porridge, may help with the tiredness during the run. Also, keep hydrated by sipping water throughout the day. A coffee before can help provided you’re not too desensitized to caffeine..
Your core can be improved with the usual crunches, planks etc.
You could do a mixture of interval training, hill sprints and some shorter runs than you’re use to to mix it up somewhat..
Otherwise, consistancy with training, recovery through high protein foods and rest and also uplifting music during training will help you on your way.
Hope that helps.

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Q&A: football (soccer) training help and general advice?

Question by : football (soccer) training help and general advice?
hi
ive been playing football (or soccer for some of you) for years and im pretty fast (100m in under 12secs last school year aged 14) and i have a decent shot, but i want to know how to really improve both pace and power over the summer as ill have finished my GCSEs and will have lots of time to practice icon smile Q&A: football (soccer) training help and general advice? any tips or advice would be great- training routines, fitness, even workouts-i have dumb bells but no access to a gym
p.s. this is my first ever question on yahoo so im not too sure how it works
thank you all in advance :]
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Power Snatch inMotion is the third volume in the four part Weightlifting inMotion multimedia software training series. This unique volume focuses on the fundamentals involved in mastering the snatch. Power Snatch inMotion includes video clips from USA Weighltifting Senior International Coach, Leo Totten’s, Power Snatch-Doing It Right! Power Snatch inMotion is designed to help athletes master the proper snatch techniques by comparing their skills, side-by-side and in frame-by-frame sequence, against an acknowledged reference point.

Power Snatch inMotion is the third volume in the four part Weightlifting inMotion multimedia software training series. This unique volume focuses on the fundamentals involved in mastering the snatch. Power Snatch inMotion includes video clips from USA Weighltifting Senior International Coach, Leo Totten’s, Power Snatch-Doing It Right! Power Snatch inMotion is designed to help athletes master the proper snatch techniques by comparing their skills, side-by-side and in frame-by-frame sequence, against an acknowledged reference point.

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What are the best tips for air force basic training?

Question by Catie: What are the best tips for air force basic training?
I’m going to air force BMT soon and I have always been this kind of party girl who would rather shop then run. Is there anything I should know about what to do before BMT and what not to do during?
Thanks for any help! :]

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run,ride your bike alot, quit smoking or drinking if you do, bring condoms

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Q&A: help with training for national guard?

Question by jewel-55: help with training for national guard?
im planning on joining the national guard… what im looking for from you ppl is training tips. i run each day and do a small work out. but if any of you have experience could you please give me some advise?

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Do a lot of pushups, situps, scissor kicks, leglifts, squat-thrusts, dips, jumping jacks.

I recommend www.oo-rah.com….training plans for US Marines, but the website is free and you might go down to bootcamp in better shape than most graduates!

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Can someone give me a marathon training schedule based on my current fitness level?

Question by Jennifer S: Can someone give me a marathon training schedule based on my current fitness level?
I would like to run the Vegas Marathon on Dec 6th. I currently run 5 miles several days a week as well as some shorter runs the other days of the week. I weight train, and am in better shape than most people in general. Is it even possible for me to train in time for this run and can someone give me a training schedule and tips.

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If you’ve been running regularly like that for at least several months, and preferably a year or more, yes, you can train to at least complete the marathon come this December.

You’re mainly going to want to start working in long runs, probably once/week, but this far out it doesn’t need to be every one. You’ll eventually want to build up to 18-20 or more prior to the marathon. Beyond that, and for most, especially first-timers, the risks are actually going to exceed the benefits.

You can use resources like the following to help with schedules though if you want things laid out for you.

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fitness training to become a lifeguard ?

Question by torres : ): fitness training to become a lifeguard ?
I want to become a beach life guard , im 16 and going to start the course later this year , i just wanted to know what fitness tips should i follow to become fitter except swimming , how far should i run and how often a week ? should i do press up and how many , any ither fitness ways that are essential to do a week to become more prepared for my training because it looks very difficult ?? thank you

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Stay in good shape. Swimming, especially in open water is a rough task. Jog and work out regularly. Also it will really look good to your LGI (lifeguard instructor) if you know a few of the strokes prior to going into the class. However, mastery of the strokes is only required in WSI (water safety instructor) training. I suggest running working out weekly and go “google” Modified breast stroke and modified front crawl. Good luck!

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Fit to Play Tennis: High Performance Training Tips

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I’m working on a fitness website. Do you have any training tricks or tips to share?

Question by PoolRoomPaintings.com: I’m working on a fitness website. Do you have any training tricks or tips to share?
Interested in Biking, Running, Walking and Hiking mostly – Information on diets, training, stretching – Maybe articles about what not to do. I need free interesting content.

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Fitness Training Tips To Combat Fatigue

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Fitness Training Tips To Combat Fatigue – Health – Fitness

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Bodybuilders should be wary of fatigue. Any bodybuilder who does believe this and goes ahead to carry it out devoid of a fight as well as allowing a decrease in training poundage is not serious in any way. But fatigue is quickened and perhaps triggered by insufficient supply of oxygen and nutrients in the muscle tissues. This explains why a short distance athlete who totally depletes oxygen supply, and rides the lungs to decimal absorption of the vital gas during the finishing distance of a race, while also putting maximal output of energy from muscles faster than the muscle can convert through metabolism, ends up collapsing at the end or close to the end of a race. Yet after a few minutes in which he or she lowers the breathing rate and thereby improves oxygen absorption and places no further energy demands on the muscles, recovers within minutes.

Being realistic allows a bodybuilder to factor in variables into a body building program, keeps motivation high and also factors in such mundane essentials like shower time, travel and impromptu laziness allowances. Many an experts shallowly mention about the importance of a bodybuilder doing three sets of ten repetitions, but rarely do they let us know how this combination works. The numbers are not just simply picked at random, rather there is a scientific theorem behind the workout volume and this is what this article will discuss briefly. A hyper caloric state ordinarily called the bulk state is primarily developed by an adequate and consistent diet. What goes into you is directly proportional to what we see whenever we look at you.

It is important for a bodybuilder who wants to build on his or her bulk to provide the body with enough supplies of calories. The starting point is always establishing which body type you are. Knowing your genetic predisposition helps in tailoring a diet that corresponds with your needs. Endomorphs may require a diet that helps them bulk up, Ectomorphs may require a diet that helps them replace body fat weight with tons of rock-solid muscles while mesomorphs may require a diet that helps them not only gain weight but also define and tune-up the muscles to distinct groups. Each muscle fiber contained within a motor unit is of a similar type with all the other fibers when it comes to speed of transmission i.e., slow or fast twitch.

It is therefore the case that, the more motor units a bodybuilder activates always equals to amount of stimulation spread all over the muscles prompting others to grow so as to meet the optimal challenge of the greatest number of muscle fibers to grow. Ten reps for each of the three sets used in all workouts are therefore very useful in recruit the greatest number of motor units and therefore muscle fibers. The fact is most of successful body builders have inherent physical limitations that never stop their muscle quest. The reason for this is because most never find out their physical limitations and therefore never acquire negative mindsets despite initial difficulties in bulking up.

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Fitness Training Tips For Bodybuilders

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Fitness may be defined as striving to have a healthy body. Fitness is made up of regular workout exercises, balanced diet and adequate relaxation which will promote longevity. There are various exercises one can choose from to suit one’s needs. They include weight lifting, swimming, aerobics or skipping etc. Yoga sessions are good for the better health and growth of the body. All forms of exercise in appropriate amounts are better than none.

Fitness Equipments are the corner stones of any exercise regimen. There are various types of this equipment ranging from cardiovascular workout equipment to free weights and so forth. Regular training helps prevent the onset of stress, obesity, depression etc. It is therefore important to exercise regularly. One may have the option of joining a commercial gym or to workout at home depending on factors such as work and family issues. For both commercial and home gyms it is crucial to purchase the right kind of equipment basing oneself on the functionality factor and quality of the machine you want. These two factors go determine the cost of the equipment and the success or failure of the workouts exercises.

Tips For Purchasing A Suitable Type Of Fitness Equipment:

- One should go for fitness equipment that will enable him/her to perform an activity they like. For example, a stationary bike is not good for people who hate cycling.

- Look for all inclusive equipment. It should be well built and strong in structure to enable one to engage a wide variety of physical exercises.

- Look for equipment that will eventually help you to meet your goals. For example, an aspiring bodybuilder should go weightlifting equipment.

In order for one to be always absolutely fit, one must take on a variety of exercises and drink plenty of water before, during and after the workout sessions. Finding the right Fitness Equipments:

Shopping Around

One must go around evaluating various workout equipment in different stores starting with sports equipment shops, hypermarkets or malls, and different online shopping sites.

One must be able to compare the different types of mechanism the workout equipment have and come up with appropriate decisions based on the prices, usability and quality etc.

For short term programs, one should go for workout machines that are less expensive the contrary is also true because the machine has to be sturdy enough in structure which leads to a higher expense.

One must also consider factors such sales tax, guarantee, delivery charges, cost of the spare parts and service charges which affect the total cost.Keep away from testimonials that promise outrageously fast results since they are merely a marketing strategy.

Before buying any fitness machine one may need to consult a qualified personal trainer to get advice on the appropriate machine suited for performing the exercises you need. It is important to consult a registered medical physician in order to get to know one’s body weight, body type and if one is able to withstand the pressure the exercise involves or not.

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Dane Fletcher is the world-wide authority on bodybuilding and steroids. He has coached countless athletes all over the world. To read more of his work, please visit either http://www.BodybuildingToday.com or http://www.SteroidsToday.com

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Soccer Fitness Training Tips

Article by Andre Botelho

Soccer Fitness Training Tips – Sports

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Soccer fitness training will help your players optimize their overall strength, speed and stamina. Such training plays a very major role in soccer and is in fact an essential component when it comes to coaching soccer. Let me give you a brief insight into different types of fitness training for soccer players.

Maximal Strength Fitness Training

In one momentary contraction, there is a specific level of force that a muscle group can generate. This optimum force of a muscle group is termed as maximal strength. Maximal strength plays a very important role in the game of soccer.

It helps the players hold off opponent and steal the ball from them. However, the objective of the maximal strength fitness training should not be just to enhance the maximal strength. Instead, the training should focus on enhancing both power and speed to optimum level.

Power Training – Plyometrics

This fitness-training program for soccer is highly effective in building both strength and speed in the players. What is more, unlike most people think, it is not a very difficult training process. The training becomes much easier when both the coach and the players follow the guidelines associated with the same religiously.

Plyometrics exercises are designed in a way to stretch the muscle of the players before the contraction and this simply results in more forceful and instant contraction. For example, one easy way to do this exercise is to keep jumping off the ground without bending the knees. However, one good way to maintain the speed and flexibility of the players is simply to follow a specific weight routine.

This is the best way to enhance as well as maintain the speed and strength of the players. Last, but not the least, there are certain cautions that you must take note of while you are doing the Plyometrics exercises. For example, it is not good to use weights – no matter how light it is – while doing this exercise.

Some Examples Of Plyometrics Exercises

The simple yet best example of Plyometrics exercises is that you should run in slow motion, jumping on alternate feet. While doing this exercise, the players should aim to achieve as much height and distance as possible at each step.

Overall, there are various ways in which soccer fitness training can be organized. However, the only thing that both the coach and the players must keep in mind is that they have to follow the guidelines religiously.

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Andre Botelho is a recognized authority on the subject of soccer coaching.His web site, Youth Soccer Drills: www.SoccerDrillsTips.com, provides a wealthof informative soccer articles and resources for soccer coaches, parents and players.

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Q&A: can anybody give me some good fitness tips before i go to basic training?

Question by Big K: can anybody give me some good fitness tips before i go to basic training?

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Assuming your not over weight, the first thing you want to do is find out what the standards are for your age (get that from your recruiter) and start training from there. You need to start a running program, learn how to do push ups and a lot of them as well as sit ups. Work on them everyday. Mornings are the best. You can join a gym to keep you motivated if you need it. By the way, learn how to jump rope. You will see results quicker on your cardio and damn good for the arm and shoulder muscles.

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Q&A: Weight Training, Fitness Tips/Opinions…Please?

Question by John H: Weight Training, Fitness Tips/Opinions…Please?
Hi, I have been lifting weights for a solid year now, and have put on about 20 lbs of GOOD weight. I still lift about 5 X per week, but am finding that I am reaching this flat on certain things.

Does anyone have any good, muscle-building exercises I can do to sort of keep my body guessing. I train mostly with free-wights, so please keep that in mind.

I am just looking for tips, or even a good muscle-building program that is different than your everyday curls and bench presses.

if anyone has any good tips, please let me know! Thank you very much.

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As a physician that specializes in weight loss and in performance for athletes, its possible to enhance your lean weight if you make a true lifestyle change. Which it seems you are well on your way to doing.

1. First , you must eat often. AND IT HAS TO BE NUTRITIOUS NOT JUNK you want to gain muscle not fat right?? Another way to look at it..You can’t build a temple out of mud right? three sensible meals with 2-3 supplemental meals. .. (see #2 below) So no refined sugars( no pop candies cookies etc) minimal refined grains (whole grains in bread and pastas etc) whole grains have much higher fiber content, greater vitamin content and digest slower to blunt the carbohydrate release into the bloodstream. Protein is essential. Lean meats, especially chicken breast, turkey breast. and fish, baked or steamed not fried. Extra meals should be high protein low carb low fat such as a protein shake. (there are many on the market that are not too expensive) Vegetables should be consumed at least 5 times a day water should be consumed aggressively 6-10 glasses a day. Bodybuilders that are trying to gain weight use whey protein shakes in bewtween meals to provide muscles with the building blocks they need to GROW!! They are not expensive I get my whey protein powder at sams Club for 22 dollars for 6 pounds. thats enough for 3-4 month at least. You can add fruit to it and blend it to make it a tastier.

2. RESISTANCE TRAINING is KEY that means WEIGHTS or sit ups pull ups chin ups and dips. Muscles only grow when they are pushed near thier maximum ability. It sounds like you are already doing this but it is important to push your muscles to failure when you lift, then give them the building blocks and the time to recover.

3. Supplements provide an edge. Omega 3 fatty acids are very important!! I also use creatine, Protein supplementation, a GOOD multivitamin a day and Prior to work out I use L-arginine which is a precursor to nitric oxide and helps increase blood flow to muscle. I have recently added amino acid supplementation post workout

You have to make real lifestyle change and truly eat better and apply forces to your muscles that Will make them get bigger. Looks like you are on your way to that. any other questions? email me at vita_min_md@yahoo.com
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Tips for soccer training?

Question by kenijoe93: Tips for soccer training?
hey everyone, two years ago i had to stop playing soccer due to an injury i received from it. It has not been possible for me to work out in any way for the past two years because of it therefore i have gained a good 40 pounds from being out of shape. I really want to tryout for my schools team in late august but i know i need to start training but i am not sure what i would need to do. If anyone has a good workout/ fitness tips i could use they would be very VERY much appreciated.

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Answer by Andraya B
The best thing to do is start running. Do not push yourself too hard at first, just increase a little day by day. That is an important key.. also set up some cones or just take a ball and dribble up and down to gain ball control. Just work on soccer basics such as shooting, dribbling, and agility. It is a VERY good idea to go to the camps your school does for soccer, that way you get to know the coaches and get some training, and they will see how you are improving. But remember to stretch those muscles before and after!

good luck!

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