The making of an action hero body - Entertainment - Movies When I was hired to train an actor for an action film, the studio executives would express how important it was to transform their body so they looked like an action hero. That's why I made the decision to utilize the same method of dieting and training I used to win many of my champion body building competitions. Matt Damon and Kevin Spacey were extremely excited to work with me, which made my job a lot easier than it had been with some of my other celebrity clients. I have the actors do weight training in the morning and cardio at night. WEIGHT TRAINING SESSION(* — increase weight each set) Monday – Abs/Biceps/Triceps Abdominal Crunches - 3x50 Hanging Leg Raises – 3x30 Hyper Extensions – 3x25 Seated Dumbbell Curls – 3x15/12/10 * Standing Barbell Curls – 3x15/12/10 * Standing Cable Curls – 3x15/12/10 * Tricep Cable Pushdowns – 3x15/12/10 * Lying Barbell Tricep Extensions – 3x15/12/10 * Dumbbell Kickbacks – 3x15/12/10 * Wednesday – Rest Day
Ritzy Cinema London - Cinema Review, Brixton Oval, Coldharbour Lane, Brixton Brixton Oval, Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, London, SW2 1JG Standard ticket price and discounts: £6.50 (£3.50 concessions, plus £4 all day on Mondays and weekdays before 6pm, £2 on daily world cinema matinees). Capacity: Screen One (352), Screen Two (179), Screen Three (125), Screen Four (108), Screen 5 (84). Facilities: two bars, concession stand, food served, selection of film postcards for sale. Special Features: Sunday matinee double-bills (two films for £6.50), late-night screenings on Fri & Sat, daily world cinema matinees, children’s matinees, special sub-titled screenings of English-language films, various special arts events. The Ritzy is a superb, independent arthouse / mainstream cinema that inspires fierce loyalty amongst its regulars. In addition, the box office also houses the more traditional concession stand, serving popcorn, sweets, ice cream and soft drinks. Ritzy Cinema has been reviewed by 7 users
Stretching Techniques, Stretching Exercises Techniques, Proper Stretching Techniques | Health Tips, Summer Health Tips, General Health Tips OverView Health Posted by on June 1st, 2009 tretching is the deliberate lengthening of muscles in order to increase muscle flexibility and joint range of motion. Stretching in a wrong way causes unnecessary pains. A few proper stretching techniques are as follows Stretching muscles when they’re cold increases your risk of pulled muscles. It takes time to lengthen tissues safely. Bouncing as you stretch can cause small tears (micro tears) in the muscle, which leave scar tissue as the muscle heals. If you feel pain as you stretch, you’ve gone too far. Don’t hold your breath while you’re stretching Make sure your joint range of motion is as equal as possible on each side of your body Light stretching after your warm-up followed by a more thorough stretching regimen after your workout is your best bet With your new-found knowledge of the proper techniques and benefits of stretching, it will be easy to incorporate this activity into your exercise/rehabilitation regimen.
Foods for Workouts: Cardio An all-around healthy diet is best for any exercise routine, but cardiovascular exercise requires a balance of special nutrients. If you get cardiovascular exercise regularly (and we all should) – here’s how to fuel up. Cardio Basics Cardio exercise like walking, running and biking require energy from both carbohydrates and fat. Carbohydrates are the body’s #1 go-to source, but healthy sources of fat also give ample doses of energy. As exercise intensity changes (like due to an increase in speed or running uphill, for example), the body switches back and forth between carbs and fat to provide energy. All foods are digested and metabolized differently, so you need to think about the best times to eat foods that will support your exercise schedule. Before A Workout Pre-workout meals should focus mostly on healthy carbs, but since carbs with high amounts of fiber take longer to digest, you want to be careful not to take in too much directly before exercise.
Burn 450% More Fat in Half the Time With Interval Training If you’re spending hours a week on the treadmill and still not seeing the results you want – relax. Step off the treadmill and get ready to burn more fat in less time with our introduction to interval training. The hurt never worked so good. Everyone, including the USDA, thinks that the key to fat-loss is lots and lots of aerobic exercise. For the record – NOT TRUE! Lies, Lies, Lies! The USDA came out with their recommendation to do 60-90 minutes of aerobics for fat-loss in 2005. Men who did moderate to vigorous (think your target heart rate zone) exercise for over 60 minutes per day, 6 days per week, for an ENITRE YEAR lost ONLY 6.5lbs of body fat! So, if you had 20lbs to lose, all you’d need is 18 hours of aerobic exercise per week and you’d be set in 12 months! Is There A Better Way? YES! Group 1 20 minutes of high intensity interval training (at week one they did only 5 minutes)3 days per weekIn 15 weeks, they lost an average of 5.5lbs of fat Group 2 This is not new information. 1. 2.
London Eye gratuit en Janvier 2013 | Voilà Londres! Nouveau bon plan à Londres pour vos visites, le London Eye est gratuit pour les 500 premières personnes ce Samedi 19 Janvier! Economisez £19,20 par adulte et £12,30 par enfant. A propos du London Eye: entre 3,5 et 4 millions de visiteurs chaque annéesoit environ 10 000 visiteurs chaque jour135 mètres de hauteur13 ans que c’est ouvert au public (depuis le 9 Mars 2000)32 nacelles pouvant contenir jusqu’à 25 personnes chacune Pour information, le London Eye est fermé du 7 au 18 Janvier 2013 pour maintenance annuelle, et rouvre donc le Samedi 19 Janvier. Comment faire pour profiter du bon plan London Eye gratuit? Quand? De jour, mieux vaut y faire un tour quand le ciel est dégagé et idéalement avec un beau ciel bleu, pour réussir ses photos. A Londres depuis plusieurs, je n’y suis encore jamais allée, et vous, vous êtes déjà monté à bord? Tags: London Eye
Designing a Resistance Training Program - McKinley Health Center - University of Illinois Your fitness goal The first step to designing a resistance training program is establishing your fitness goal. The type and number of exercises, as well as the number of sets and repetitions will differ based on your fitness goal. Table content taken from Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning, edited by Thomas Baechle for the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Endurance and Health/Fitness programs are appropriate for inexperienced or currently inactive individuals. Your fitness plan The next step in designing your program is determining how many exercises you will include for each of the muscle groups. Rotation 1 Rest 60 - 90 seconds between sets. Rotation 2 Exercise suggestions The last step is choosing the specific exercises you want to do for each muscle group in your program. Upper Back Prone/seated rows Push-ups Pull-ups Lower Back Superman Trunk extension The plank Chest Bench press (flat, incline, decline) Flys Push-ups Biceps Curls Hammer curls Preacher curls Triceps
Animated Plyometric Exercises These animated lower body plyometric exercises can be used to develop power in any sport that involves sprinting, jumping, quick changes of direction and kicking etc. They are most effective when completed in conjunction with a suitable strength training program or following a phase of maximal strength training... For more details on how to develop a sport-specific strength and power program, and where plyometrics fits into the overall plan, see the sport specific approach to strength training programs. There is no evidence to suggest the risk of injury is increased during plyometric training in adults. For details on how to put together a safe and effective plyometric training program click here. Plyometric Exercise Intensity Not all plyometric exercises are equal in intensity. The number of plyometric exercises is typically kept to a minimum also. Correct exercise selection is essential! Lower Body Plyometric Exercises (Low Intensity) Squat Jumps1. Lateral Jump to Box1. Tuck Jumps1.
20 Super Foods You Need to Build Muscle & Lose Fat | StrongLifts.com To build muscle & lose fat, you need a variety of proteins, veggies, fruits, carbs, and healthy fats. Eating protein helps building & maintaining muscle. But it also helps fat loss: protein has a higher thermic effect than carbs/fats. Eating fats also helps fat loss: your body holds fat if you don’t eat fats. Fruits & veggies contain vitamins & minerals, necessary for recovery from your workouts. And carbs fuel your muscles so you feel full of energy at the gym. Lots of you struggle to get these foods. 1. Don’t worry about cholesterol in eggs. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Anything works: almonds, walnuts, cashews, hazelnuts, … Peanut butter also works as long as you buy natural peanut butter without added salts/sugars. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Putting it All Together.
Bons Plans Londres - Blog Voilà Londres! - pour Français à Londres The Couch to 5K plan A week-by-week description of the nine-week set of Couch to 5K podcasts. Week one Begin with a brisk five-minute walk, then alternate 60 seconds of running and 90 seconds of walking, for a total of 20 minutes. Week two Begin with a brisk five-minute walk, then alternate 90 seconds of running with two minutes of walking, for a total of 20 minutes. Week three Begin with a brisk five-minute walk, then two repetitions of 90 seconds of running, 90 seconds of walking, three minutes of running and three minutes of walking. Week four Begin with a brisk five-minute walk, then three minutes of running, 90 seconds of walking, five minutes of running, two-and-a-half minutes of walking, three minutes of running, 90 seconds of walking and five minutes of running. Week five There are three different workouts for this week, which are: Workout one: a brisk five-minute walk, then five minutes of running, three minutes of walking, five minutes of running, three minutes of walking and five minutes of running.
Nerd Fitness: Helping You Lose Weight, Get Stronger, Live Better. I received an email a few months back from a NF reader that made me smile: “I am going back to square one. I noticed the only habit that I changed and stuck with was drinking tons of water. Have you ever started playing a game and get a few hours in and go “man I wish I knew these controls/tips from the beginning”? I’m restarting my journey now that I have a better idea of the controls.” This resonated with me, because when I first played EverQuest (similar to World of Warcraft), the first character I created was terrible. When I started again playing as a new character, I FLEW through the first 30 levels: I understood the controls, how the game worked, and what needed to get done; it was much easier the second time through! The same is true for any boss battle you first encounter in any game. Getting in shape is no different. Each time you start over, you’re getting closer to that point of making things stick.
The Complete Guide to Interval Training [Infographic] ADD this Infographic to your Website/Blog: Simply copy the code below and paste it into the HTML of your blog or website: <a target="_blank" href=" src=" alt="The Complete Guide to Interval Training" width="600" height="6505" /></a><p>More <a target="_blank" href=" and Fitness News & Tips</a> at Greatist.</p> The Complete Guide to Interval Training Targeting Maximum Fat Loss Through High-Intensity Interval Training High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a popular form of exercise that combines two of the most effective fat-burning methods. The first is high-intensity training, which pushes the body to maximum effort to achieve muscle fatigue and maximum oxygen use in a quick burst. The Science Behind Interval Training Interval Training Protocols The Little Method was developed by Drs.
Mon Plaisir - Gallery HomeWine ListOur HistoryReviewsBook a TableContact UsRecruitmentMenusRoomsGalleryRegional Evenings and MasterclassesNewsPress Gallery One Mon Plaisir has over its 65 years seen many changes, not only to itself but in and around the Covent Garden area. Mon Plaisir originally consisted of only one little room as you walk in off Monmouth Street seating 25 - 30 people. It has since grown to become a 100 seater restaurant split over four intimate and individual rooms.