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07Feb
07Feb

Do you want to build muscle but don’t think you can with powerbands?
Building muscles with high numbers of repetitions. Contrary to what many training experts think, it is possible to build muscle with high numbers of repetitions. We’ll show you how. Even back in the day when Arnold Schwarzenegger was working out, training methods involving 20 to 100 repetitions were applied and promoted successfully. No science – simply tested through “trial and error”. Thankfully, today we can rely on clever scientists to spare us endless trials.

07Feb
07Feb

If you have already had a look at our video section you will probably have noticed that the words “tension your core and buttock muscles” are frequently mentioned. So why do we think it is so important? The reason is “anterior pelvic tilt” – which is something we want to avoid in this instance.

08Feb
08Feb

Many women sense a new desire just as the days start to get longer and warmer: to lose a little weight and achieve their very own ideal “bikini figure”. As High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) teaches: the best way to train is in short, sharp bursts. HIIT is extremely strenuous – but it does have the greatest impact on “fat burning” and takes less time than an entire program at the gym.

08Feb
08Feb

Many of you may already know it. Nowadays, EMS training, or Electronic Muscle Stimulation, is frequently promoted as a fast alternative to conventional training. Most training units take just 20 minutes and create tension in the muscle through external electronic impulses. The strength of the signal determines how many muscle fibres are addressed; sometimes the number can be greater than we could ever mobilise through deliberate body signals. This strengthens the muscles and burns more energy.

08Feb
08Feb

Would you like to try it out? The Crossfit method? Many fitness enthusiasts are meanwhile raving about the training method “imported” from the USA. It is associated with absolute, all-encompassing fitness that covers every area of the body. The training principles are:

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