Thursday, April 7, 2016

The Crow's Gym Thoughts: Vol. 199

Crow's #Gym Vol. 199
Eating right isn't always as easy as reading a book and following along. Some foods interact with people differently than others. I envy the people that can eat soy for example, I mean they put it in everything, and if you are like me it will give you two days of stomach trouble if you don't avoid it. Some foods don't exactly make you feel sick, they just don't like to play nice with your body. Every strange diet you read about out there is another opportunity to try something new that may or may not help you out. I had to try several dozen ways of eating until I figured out exactly what agreed with me, and made my metabolism work for me. Don't give up, just keep trying!

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Gym Term of the Day from The Health Whacko Gym Term Dictionary ..
General term used to describe the host of side effects experienced by female users of anabolic steroids. Common effects include deepening of the voice, facial hair growth, and clitoral enlargement.

Exercise of the Day from The Health Whacko Gym Encyclopedia of Leg Exercises ...
Leg Curl (BowFlex Seated)
Knee Flexion with Hip Flexion
Muscles worked: This exercise emphasizes the hamstring muscle group (biceps femoris, semimembranosus, semitendinosus) on the back of the thigh.
Pulley position: Narrow.
Starting position:
• Remove the bench, unlock the seat.
• Attach one end of the belt to a pulley, sit on the seat facing away from the Power Rods®, position the belt around your midsection and then attach the free end of the belt to the other pulley.
• Move forward and secure your heels over the rail support at the end of the unit.
• Lift your chest, tighten your abdominals and maintain a very slight arch in your lower back.
• Slowly bend your knees, pulling yourself forward toward your feet.
• Slowly allow your legs to straighten and return to the starting position.
Key points:
• Make sure that you straighten your legs under control, do not allow your knees to hyper-extend.
• Keep your chest lifted, abs tight and maintain a very slight arch in your lower back.