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After 33 years of weight training, you would think that this girl knew a thing or two. However, there is so much more, in terms of untapped exercises and techniques to be taken advantage of to perfect strategy and build muscle.
Recent studies have shown that building muscle is linked to longevity, so treating the body like a shrine is important. Not only from an aesthetic point of view, but for overall health and the in word is healthspan which for those unaware is living life healthily without the burdens of being bed ridden or having to visit the hospital regularly and riding out the last years of life in a pitiful way.
The real great thing behind working out and the total workout plan apart from hitting every part of your body is what benefits are received in return for your efforts and commitment. Well, my friends, rest assured the sky’s the limit. Exercise releases endorphins, so yes, you’ll get a buzz. Your disposition has doubled. Mood clearly plays an important role to get things done. Additionally, this regular habit provides a crystal-clear expectation to overachieve.
However, this accounts for just the basic return on investment. Getting ROI gives value to your allegiance. Loyalty is a word, that personally drives me wild with excitement. If you are loyal to your obligation then you can move in a steadfast way because you are automatically motivated from your attitude and the total workout becomes part of your makeup.
Go to the gym, get on a training regime, and blast your body to finish your work out in pain, but with some gain to reaching that feeling that goes hand in hand with success. Stretch to feel the gains is personal achievement and no one else can rob you of your growth. Mindset is a great thing!
See improvements and ride the wave towards the experience of a lifetime. Don’t take my word for it, but rather just do it and work heading for the healthier lifestyle.
Prof. Carl Boniface
Taking advantage of (idiom) = 1. to make good use of (something), to profit by (something), take advantage of an opportunity. “We took advantage of the warm weather and went to the beach to swim in the sea.” 2. to impose on (someone), to ask for or expect more than is fair or reasonable from (someone). “After a while, I began to think she was taking advantage of me.”
Shrine (n) = monument, sanctuary, memorial, temple, place of worship
Healthspan (n) = the part of a person’s life during which they are generally in good health.
Pitiful (adj) = pathetic, sorry, despicable, piteous, unfortunate
The sky’s the limit (idiom) = used to say that there are no limits and that anything is possible. “You can achieve anything if you really want to.”
Buzz (n) = thrill, high, kick, lift, or bell, tinkle, call, ring
Overachieve (adj) = do better than expected; achieve more than is standard or usual.
Steadfast (adj) = unwavering, resolute, persistent, committed, dedicated
Makeup (n) = character, personality, nature, but also cosmetics, face, maquillage, face paint and powder
Wave (n) = movement, trend, upsurge, but also flood, tendency