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Training pace

Training frequency Already during the 1970’es Arthur Jones (the founder of Nautilus and later on the MedX) demonstrated that one set to momentary muscle failure was optimal to achieve the best results. Such a set would encourage maximum muscle stimulation, and once this was achieved, any further activity would only draw on the body’s ability […]

Arthur Jones interview

by Drew Baye, Copyright 1998, used with permission Arthur Jones, the inventor of Nautilus and MedX,  said the following during an interview with Stephen Langer, MD on the show Medicine Man : “…the lifting of weights is so much superior for the purpose of improving the cardiovascular condition of a human being that whatever is […]

Strength training – the most important !

Recent medical research has demonstrated that strength training is the most effective way to achieve a healthier and fitter body. And unlike other forms of exercise that can take their toll on knees, ankles, hips, and shoulders, weight work, properly done, strengthens the muscles, joints, bones, and connective tissues while improving your overall health. In other words, the goal (and […]

News About Concept 10 10 in Naples Illustrated

Fitness Explosion By Linda Harden I started to tell you about Concept 1010 in my last post, and since I just returned from my weekly session, I feel inspired to elaborate. I have been a workout fiend for years—both cardio and weight training have always been a part of my fitness routine.  As I got older, […]

Outview: Perspective and Importance in the Future of Strength Training in the Field of Rehabilitation

Vert Mooney, M.D., San Diego Professor of Orthopaedics UCSD, Medical Director Orthomed Center, San Diego   It is now recognized that chronicity of musculoskeletal pain is associated with inhibited motor function and a phenomenon called „deconditioning“. Under these conditions reoccurrence of pain inducing episodes with the usual life event of the „unguarded moment“ can be […]

Living Longer Stronger

Eilington Darden, Ph.D., Gainesville   The purpose of the Living Longer Stronger program is to provide middle-aged people with a course at action to rebuild muscle mass. An average adult in the United States , for example, loses one-half pound of muscle per year between the ages of 20 and 50. As a 50-year old, […]