Posted by Brandon on 2/26/2014
Most people think that weight lifting belts are designed and sold to support the back, and while a good belt will stabilize your entire midsection by increasing intra-abdominal pressure, itís not the main function of a lifting belt. Lifting belt design is very important. Typical gym belts, which are thin on the front and wide in the back, don't cover enough of the abdominal surface area to provide any mentionable support. When you want to challenge your bodyís core strength with lifts like the squat and deadlift, choose a belt that is wide all the way around, which will serve to support not only your abdominals but also your obliques.
Posted by Mary on 2/20/2014
CrossFit suddenly burst into the health and lifestyle scene and instantly became the workout choice for a lot of people. A lot of those who practice it have even seemed to develop a sort of cult-like addiction and devotion to the sportóespecially to a particular societal group: the entrepreneurs.