Why CrossFit May Be The Best Exercise Program For 2019
As the New Year approaches I thought it was time to decide if I tweak my workout program or stick with what has been working in 2018. Dianabol for sale I know the newest and best exercise programs seem to surface about this time of year and I want to dig deeper into why I think CrossFit is not only the beat workout, but why it might even be the only workout you need.
Let’s start with the science behind a good workout program.
As you are probably aware, muscle cells, or any cells for that matter, require oxygen to live and thrive.Trenbolone for sale As oxygen enters the cell, toxins or waste exit the cell. The releasing of the waste is enabled by muscle contraction. Without he contractions, cell transport is hindered and you can even get a buildup of toxins around the cell wall. If this occurs, a person will lose flexibility and general health. Therefor, let’s agree exercise is a powerful way to enhance your body down to even the cellular level.
There are two types of exercise, aerobic and anaerobic, Aerobic involves constant intake of oxygen during the exercise. Anaerobic will only have little to short bursts of oxygen during exercise. Examples of aerobic exercise include, long distance running, swimming, biking, or even walking.Clenbuterol for sale These type of exercises require oxygen for fuel to maintain the activity. Anaerobic exercises are short bursts of activity and usually involve a high level of muscular contraction without steady intake of oxygen. Anaerobic exercises would be like weightlifting or sprinting.
What components should a workout regimen include?
A good regular exercise program should include aerobic, anaerobic, flexibility training, and strength training. You might be saying, “Don’t you have strength training covered by just lifting or running? Also, isn’t flexibility training just my normal stretching?” Yes, but your strength training should include explosive, holding, and endurance strength. Flexibility training includes movement of the body in all planes, not just the muscles you are working out. Yoga would be a good example of flexibility training.