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Starting Strong, Issue #009 -, About Your Strength Training…
August 07, 2010
Hi,

The days are hot and intense, and so is the lifting. Try doing some push-ups or other exercises & lifts outside since it's so nice out.

Here're the best few articles from the last month, and a quote to keep you fired up and going strong. Get out there and work hard!

You will never get to the end of the journey if you stop to shy a stone at every dog that barks.

~Sir Winston Churchill

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Find out the moment I add new content! And now check out these gems…

Table of Contents

1) Wrist Stretch & Forearm Stretches for Flexible, Pain-Free Hands

2) Rest Ice Compression Elevation: RICE for injuries

3) Treating Muscle Soreness: A How-To Guide

4) Top Submission: Running, Then Exercising Then Stretching Then Resting

5) SELECT ARTICLE- A Weight Lifting Journal: The Simplicity & The Brilliance


1) Wrist Stretch & Forearm Stretches for Flexible, Pain-Free Hands

A simple wrist stretch can relieve pain and loosen tight muscles. Use these simple stretches to create flexible and relaxed wrists and forearms, and relieve pain.


2) Rest Ice Compression Elevation: RICE for injuries

The first-aid regime of rest ice compression elevation (R.I.C.E.) is standard for treating sports injuries and other acute body damage. Learn how to apply it successfully.


3) Treating Muscle Soreness: A How-To Guide

How to go about treating muscle soreness. This overview of methods will give you tips to ease muscle soreness and aches, even though you can never fully escape it.


4) Top Submission: Running, Then Exercising Then Stretching Then Resting

I am a teen, yet I can do a lot of running and not get tired. I play basketball, and at the end of two games (that's in my school) I am the only girl who...


5) A Weight Lifting Journal: The Simplicity & The Brilliance

Remember when you're working out to always keep a close eye on what you're doing. Record your workouts.

This is so simple but people don't realize the brilliance therein. With this, you know if you're making progress. You know if you AREN'T making progress.

Your weight lifting journal can be something as simple as a sheet of paper you just scribbled your workout onto, or even a napkin! As long as you save it and can compare it to your other workouts, it works.

Or you can have an actual journal, maybe even in a word document on the computer.

This isn't to be curmudgeonly and a headache, but you need to know (1) what you will do at the gym before you get there, and (2) whether what you've been doing is getting you the results you want.

If you keep doing the same thing and expect different results each time, you're crazy!! If you're getting the results you want, keep doing what you're doing.

If not, change it up right now!


Starting Strong brings you the latest additions to Complete-Strength-Training.Com & select articles about how to get STRONG.

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Train hard, do your best, & see you next month!

Aaron

www.Complete-Strength-Training.com


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