Health and Fitness Training

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Health and Fitness Training

Fitness Training focuses on improving your overall health through cardiovascular endurance, pain management, and fat loss.

To be “fit” means to be healthy and capable. Improving your fitness can also greatly improve your overall strength potential due to it’s benefits to your health, recovery, and cardiovascular endurance.

If you are fit, then you can do more total work within a given period, making you stronger. This will also improve your ability to recover faster from your intense training. So it is important even for STRENGTH WARRIORS to be strong AND fit!

How to be Fit!

To be fit you should focus your training style towards a combination of both strength training and cardiovascular endurance. 

For strength training, you can do either a gym workout routine that includes fitness training in it, such as the Mathias Method STRENGTH SYSTEM, or you can utilize a bodyweight exercise routine that you can do anywhere, such as the DAILY 30 Bodyweight Exercise Routine.

For cardiovascular endurance make sure that you are meeting these Exercise Minimum Guidelines set by the American College of Sports Medicine.

Self Assessment

Check Your Health

Daily 30 Bodyweight Exercise Routine

Workout at Home – Bodyweight Exercise Routine

The Mathias Method STRENGTH SYSTEM

FREE Programs

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Strength Principles

Conditioning

Nutrition Principles


Articles

JACKED (How to Build Muscle)

SHREDDED (How to Get Leaner)

Summer Abs!

MOVEMENT-Why You Should Be Moving Everyday!

Hydration (What You Don’t Know)

Stronger Dieting (Optimizing Your Diet)

The Truth About Protein

Fixing Joint Pain (Correcting Muscular Imbalances and Dysfunction)

RECOVERY – The Most Important Aspect of Training

How To Prevent Injury


Improve Your Workout Exercises

Squat – Bench Press – Deadlift

Plyometric Jumping Exercises

Bodyweight Exercises

Abs and Core Abdominal Training Exercises

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