- Isokinetic type exercise machine, which attempts to
match resistance with user's force.
- One or two partners help you lift a weight up to 50%
heavier than you would normally lift to finish point of
movement. Then you slowly lower weight on your own.
- Components of food that help nourish the body: that
is, they provide energy or serve as "building materials."
These nutrients include carbohydrates, fats, proteins,
vitamins, minerals, water, etc.
- The applied science of eating to foster greater health,
fitness, and muscular gains. Through correct application
of nutritional practices, you can selectively add muscle
mass to your physique, or totally strip away all body
fat, revealing the hard-earned muscles lying beneath your
- Performing an exercise without going through complete
range of motion. For example, doing squats without coming
to full lockout position of knees or pressing a barbell
without locking out elbows.