Cross-training is not only a pillar of the Longevity method, it is a dynamic approach to promoting overall health on both a mental and physical level. Integrating different types of training, like yoga with strength/resistance training, works to address the whole self - mind, body, and spirit. When we combine two already-effective forms of fitness, we also combine each of their benefits to create an efficient synergy.
The difference between daily movement and intentional movement is a plan. There are several strength training methods out there, each with its own purpose and science behind it. We name 7 training styles and their benefits; learn which ones are most suited for you and your fitness goals.
Strength, mobility and coordination are key players when it comes to moving efficiently and rendering results. In terms of fitness, strength is defined as 'the ability to produce internal tension to overcome an external load.' It is a crucial aspect of training and often the first area of focus. Anna demonstrates 12 fundamental exercises that can be adapted for nearly any strength training program. We include tips for your best form, along with progressions and variations to help you reach (and crush) your strength goals.
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