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2013-01-30 23:02:06

Wellness Revolution International, based in Oklahoma City, OK has just introduced the all new redesigned asymmetric 1 Rep Gym. The new improved asymmetric design allows for Static Contraction Training in a more compact design that's even easier to store, the ability to do seated bench press, and faster weight lifting routines because changes to the setup of the machine between exercises is very quick, especially in going from vertical orientation to horizontal orientation (the position for...

2012-03-07 00:30:00

Protica has announced that its newly released meal replacement shot, Isometric®, was designed to fit into many popular weight loss diets and eating regimens. Isometric is a ready-to-drink shot that contains all the nutrients typically found in a healthy, well-balanced meal. Whitehall, PA (PRWEB) March 06, 2012 Protica has announced that its newly released meal replacement shot, Isometric®, was designed to fit into many popular weight loss diets and eating regimens. Isometric is a...

2010-02-11 07:20:00

IRVINE, Calif., Feb. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- MEDL Mobile, Inc., the leader in mobile application development and the company behind internationally successful apps such as Boxhead, Note to God and the #1 hit, Mall Maps, have launched a new app that allows users to have a complete gym, fitness plan, and personal trainer in the palm of their hands. The app, entitled iSometrics, is an all-inclusive handbook to completing isometric exercise programs under any situation using over 50 guides,...

2008-10-02 03:00:18

By Weider, Joe Harvard Medical School backs up what we've been saying for years: The bodybuilding lifestyle helps you live longer, stronger and healthier Staying at the forefront of fitness and nutrition science has always been Joe Weider's aim. At last, I feel vindicated! one of my most important predictions - one that I made more than half a century ago - has finally been proven, accepted and embraced by one of the world's most prestigious universities and the entire medical community....

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2004-12-13 07:25:15

By exploring how and why exercise causes muscles to grow, scientists hope to help astronauts avoid muscle atrophy. Science@NASA -- Most machines don't improve with use. Old pickup trucks don't gradually become Ferraris just by driving them fast, and a pocket calculator won't change into a supercomputer by crunching lots of numbers. The human body is different. As weightlifters know, the more that people use their muscles, the stronger they become. And unused muscles do not remain preserved;...


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