Exercise is Also Medicine
The American College of Sports Medicine recently coined the term, “Exercise is medicine,” to acknowledge the importance of exercise and physical activity for your health. Daily physical activity is essential to keeping our bodies functional and youthful. The sedentary lifestyle that so many people live today is literally killing them, so it is vital that you understand the role of being active on a daily basis. Along with how to eat properly, we can design an exercise training program that is individually specific for you to get the most out of your time spent in the gym, on the track, in the yard, or wherever you prefer to move your body.
We can create a program that takes into consideration any limitations you may have and also will be targeted to your health goals. This program will be based on the principles of exercise design, as outlined by the American College of Sports Medicine, which is the international standard. You will be given all of the necessary information to exercise properly every day and put you on the path to good health!
Using a Weight Training Log
Demonstration and Description of Exercises
General Principles for
Common Training Mistakes
Weight Training Adaptations
Benefits of Weight Training
Voluntary Muscular Activity
The General Adaptation
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