Fitness-4-Beginners

Fitness-4-Beginners needs to be taken really serious because you don't want to end up getting hurt. You don't want to do to much way too soon. The body requires time for adaptation. It also requires time to heal. I see so many folks doing exercises that are way to advance for them with out first doing the proper exercises that they need to do in order to get to that level.

When you are a fitness beginner you need to first focus on your core muscles, your balance and strength endurance. What are core muscles? Core muscles have been defined as the lumbo-pelvic-hip complex, and the thoracic and cervical spine. This muscles are where the body's center of gravity is located and where all movement begins. An efficient way to do CoreTraining is necessary for maintaining proper muscle balance throughout the entire (kinetic chain). The kinetic chain refers to the way the nervous system works in correlation with the skeletal system and muscleskeletal system.

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Here's a Couple of Tips

Tip 1. Warm up: The warm up helps with blood flow. You want to make sure to deliver blood flow to the extremities of the body in order to prevent injury.

Tip 2. Stretching: You half to strecth before, during and after training. Stretching helps to preper the body for training. Strecthing helps on recovery and help to prevent injuries.

Tip 3. Empty stomach: Make sure you eat an hour before your training. Don't train on an empty stomach if your a begginer, because your sugar levels can drop. This can lead to deasyness, headaches, nausea and even fainting. Fruits and liquid drinks work best early in the morning.

Tip 4. Hydration: You want to make sure you drink plenty of water before, during and after exercise. Your whole body is made up of at least 80% of water. So if your are not drinking at least 8 glasses of water per day chances are theres not alot of chimical reactions happenning inside of your body.