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As a Personal Trainer in Scottsdale, Arizona, I recommend the elliptical for home gym cardio. Specifically, I recommend the Proform 1200 elliptical. If you're considering a Proform elliptical trainer, you're well on the way to quickened fat loss and major workout gains.
Proform 1200 Trainer
If you need to build and "tone" specific areas, the Proform 1200 will let you focus on your unique trouble zones. Called the "Fast Target" method, with the use of a single button, you'll fall enhanced resistance in given muscle regions. This targeted resistance will be emphasized and completely directed towards to rear, quads, hips or backs of the thighs. In this way, the Proform 1200 is really more like a weight-training exercise combined with an aerobic benefit.
Your arms and core will not be left out- this proform elliptical trainer has workable arms, you will receive real full body benefit as well. The 18 "stride length provides most people with very comfortable cardio. The only real possible exception could be for people over 6 '.
The Epic 1200 is complete with gel padded foot pedals cushions. The 1200 rides like the nice ellipticals that you'll find at a corporate gym. The nice features, like advanced foot pedals, give the trainer not only a quality feel, but also an enhanced long term benefit. The 1200 actually helps reduce the likelihood of certain injuries, such as tendon problems.
The Proform Epic 1200 has many of settings and routines that come programmed from the factory. These features enable you to help push yourself, thereby getting to your weight loss and wellness objectives sooner. You can also develop and keep your unique workouts by saving them in to the memory. This can be really helpful to encourage yourself: as your ability goes up, you can definitely notice the benefits in terms of your increased performance ability.
Proform 1200 Training Benefits
The elliptical is of course a popular unit of cardio equipment, and the Proform 1200 is a perfect example of why this is so. I have found that these units, as mentioned above, tend to push people to burn more calories in any given workout. That's great for fat burned, because that's what it takes to really lose weight. The Proform 1200 motion, like most elliptical, is similar to running. There is no real impact on an elliptical. This, along with enhanced fat loss, is why I highly recommend the Proform 1200 elliptical trainer. … Read More
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Getting enough protein in your diet is crucial for building and maintaining muscle mass especially as you age. Age-related muscle loss known as sacopenia can begin in your thirties and accelerate with age if left unabated. Sacopenia can lead to muscle weakness, fatigue, insulin resistance, body fat accumulation, injury, and many other problems we associate with aging.
Increased protein consumption, and strength training are two of the most effective ways to combat muscle loss. While 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight (0.36 grams per pound) has been the normal recommendation for daily protein intake, new studies show that 1 to 1.5 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight (0.45 to 0.68 grams per pound) may be more beneficial in building, maintaining, and reducing muscle loss.
Protein quality, quantity, and timing of consumption throughout the day, in conjunction with physical activity, are all important to the building and maintenance of muscle mass. The goal of protein consumption and lean muscle mass is to optimize muscle protein synthesis (the biological process by which muscle cells are regenerated). Studies now show consuming 25 to 30 grams of high quality protein at each meal (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) is necessary to stimulate maximal protein synthesis.
Protein’s Effect on Weight Loss
Scientific research is now revealing that people who consume higher amounts of protein (20 to 30 percent of their daily caloric intake), while cutting back on their carbohydrate intake, tend to lose weight faster and stay leaner than those people on low-fat diets.
The reason higher protein, lower carbohydrates diets are more conducive to weight loss and maintenance is interesting. First, high-protein foods slow the movement of food from the stomach to the intestines, meaning you feel full longer and don’t get hungry as often. Second, protein has a leveling effect on your blood sugar which means you are less likely to get spikes in your blood sugar that lead to cravings for carbohydrates. Third, your body uses more energy to digest protein than it does to digest fat or carbohydrates.
Getting the proper amount of protein at breakfast is especially important if you are trying to lose weight. Breakfast is the first meal of the day and what you eat determines whether you start your day in fat burning or fat storage mode.
Eating a breakfast rich in carbohydrates and low in protein (the typical American breakfast) starts your day in fat storage mode. The cereal, bread, fruit, and juice you have for breakfast are all carbohydrate-based and are converted into sugar by your body, thus causing a spike in your blood sugar. Then your body produces insulin to take that blood sugar and store it in your body mostly as body fat. Soon after your blood sugar drops and you feel famished, and you crave more carbohydrate-based foods which starts a cycle of blood sugar spikes and crashes and its insuring sugar cravings.
On the contrary, having a breakfast that contains the proper amount of high quality protein … Read More
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