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Bodycraft F602 Deluxe F/I/D Bench
The BodyCraft F602 Flat-Incline-Decline bench is the easiest-to-adjust dumbbell ...
Horizontal dumbbell rack - 2-tier w/o saddles.
Troy VTX Horizontal dumbbell rack - 2-tier w/o saddles.
USA Solid Dumbbells Hex Dumbbell - 20lbs
Troy Hex Solid Dumbbells - one-piece construction, gray baked polyester finish ...
Plate Mate Hex 5/8 lb. Pair
Description PlateMate Hex attaches to weights securely with three superstrong ...
Troy Wide Flanged Olympic Weight Sets
The 2" high-grade, commercial machined, "wide flanged" Olympic plate is ...
Weight Lifting Equipment - Get the Accessories You Need
Weight training is usually a staple of any strength training exercise regimen. Because of this, having the right weight lifting equipment is very important. Bars, collars, weight racks, weight plates, and dumbbells are by far the most necessary components, since without them you won’t have any weights to lift. Buying weight lifting equipment is not cheap; in fact, they can be some of the most expensive pieces of fitness equipment to buy. This means that you want the most for your money, and you want a solid return on your investment. Therefore, not just any weights will do. more...
Fitness Tips for Kids - Play Is the Key
If you find it difficult to get your children away from the TV and video game consoles, it might be because they find it to be more interesting than ordinary exercise. Doing jumping jacks in gym class isn’t exactly their idea of fun. However, there is a way for children to enjoy physical activity (don’t call it exercise—it’s a bad word to them) and satisfy their craving to play. With physical education classes being cut back or cut altogether, children aren’t getting the activity time they need in school, and video games are making it easier to miss out on exercise at home too. These fitness tips for kids should be a good starting point for getting your kids off the couch. more...
Fitness Myths - Don’t Believe the Hype
There are several common misconceptions about fitness that contribute toward giving the word “exercise” a negative connotation. Many people don’t understand that exercise is actually a good thing, and it’s something every person needs in order to be healthy and live healthy. This article will look at a couple of these fitness myths and explain why they’re untrue. It’s important that the myths surrounding fitness be dealt with so people know the facts and can make their own decisions on how healthy they want their lives to be based on the information given presented here. more...
Fitness Tips for Men - Focus on Strength and Endurance
This is probably obvious, but men have different fitness needs than women. Men produce 20 to 30 times more testosterone than women, which is why the male body is more conducive to building muscle and strength. Men shouldn’t shy away from that. Building muscle is important, because muscle burns fat faster than just sitting around will. Included in this article are a few common-sense tips men can use to increase their cardiovascular fitness as well as their strength and endurance. These areas are the focus of many men in their quest to lose weight and increase their overall fitness. more...
Fitness Tips for Women - Focus on Flexibility and Toning
Women have very specific fitness needs; much different from men, in fact. Most women don’t want the “bodybuilder” look, and instead want to focus on toning up certain flabby areas and increase flexibility. Flexibility means a lot as a woman gets older, so taking care of joints and stretching matter much more than time spent in the gym. As such, fitness tips for women are going to be different as well. This article aims to present a few basic tips that women can follow to increase their overall fitness and start them on the path to their fitness goals. more...