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Exercising Equipment For Workout Experts

Updated on May 9, 2014

Why Is Body Fat Out Of Control

As we look around America and even to other countries that are surrounded by fast-food joints like McDonald's, KFC, and even eating at Taco Bell can really be unhealthy since these type of places like serve more fried than grilled servings. With talking about meat, most restaurants use grain beef instead of grass-feed meat that in return can be too much in line of calories, cholesterol, saturated fat, and in sodium (salt).

In the United States, the average American can be a part of 65% of the national population that is at least involved with being over-weight. As a result of the problem with being over-weight, the average body-mass index (BMI) of an overweight person is around 25-30 on the scale. These facts can be a sign of being at risk of having high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, and diabetes that can result in a severe heart attack.

The other ways body fat is out of control now in the present day is all because of inactivity from lack of exercise that is really supposed to help keep your heart healthy, muscles, and kidneys to name a few reasons from becoming weak to failing as a result of lack of blood-flow. Sitting down all day long, watching TV, playing on that XBOX while eating potato chips can be really build up fat quickly without warning. So this is why you have to exercise on a treadmill, treadclimber, or even go for a jog on most mornings.

A group of 400 runners sprinting to the finish line of a charity marathon in New Jersey
A group of 400 runners sprinting to the finish line of a charity marathon in New Jersey | Source

How Running And Climbing Can Help?

When you maybe wondering how you got to maybe 300 plus pounds for no reason, you may start to research ways on the internet on how to shed that weight quickly. There is no special formula or eat this to become skinny again like some paid programming shows may try to lure you into. The only way to start shedding excessive weight is by getting on your treadmill, treadclimber, or getting a home gym. Do some running, jogging, climbing, and even squatting that is properly the right way five times a week for maybe an hour to an hour and a half.

If you decide to want to workout from home, then I will show you some special equipment that is well worth the time and use for doing everything privately. Since I've been mentioning home gyms and treadclimbers in the previous paragraph and the last topic, I'm going to explain these types of exercising equipment below.

An image of TC10 Treadclimber machine
An image of TC10 Treadclimber machine | Source

Start Climbing On A Treadclimber

If you don't feel like climbing 50 to 60 stories of stairs like at the Empire State Building or with even climbing the stairs that you may see at your local baseball or football arena, then you can dedicate your effort, restore, and boost your energy with a Bowflex TC10 Treadclimber that you can use from your very own home.

The Bowflex TC10 Treadclimber is a combination of a treadmill and as an object of a step-up stair way that gives you the opportunity to run at your own speed and climb your own set of stairs from a machine that is your building block. This machine features an easy display that monitors not only your speed; but, also your time, distance, and even calculates your calories that you will or have burned according to the other three criteria mentioned. This makes it easier so you don't have to use a weight loss calculator, the machine does it for you.

The Bowflex TC10 Treadclimber can store and track your progress for when you use the machine and for the coolest part of resetting the settings that you used when you where on the machine last so you don't have to go through the trouble of getting back to where you had it before manually.

I've heard many professionals use the treadclimber a lot especially with a celebrity like Chuck Norris that have been featured with using many types of exercising equipment especially this masterpiece. Over 1,000's have come to this type of exercising equipment since it is easy to use and combines more than one type of exercise.

Bowflex TC20 Review

A look at what the Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym
A look at what the Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym | Source

Workout Routines With A Home Gym

As everyone probably expects to know, there are many workout routines that are possible that you can do everyday at your local gym or health and fitness center that can help you get into shape; but, what if you could try to do maybe 70 or so types of exercises on your very own home gym to give you the same gym workout just like you can do away from your home.

The machine I want to talk about is the Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym that can get you the results that you want with those 70 plus exercises that I was starting to mention. You can do anything from doing squats, ab crunches, pulldowns, curls, kickbacks, and many more options that are possible with this very own machine

The Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Home Gym is equipped with 210 pound power rods for that great pull for strength than having a way to use interchangeable weights, no needs for changing around cables and pulleys for different exercises, and has a lateral bar for performing pulldowns. This machine has a built-in squat station for working with your quads and a leg extension for working on building leg strength.

From what I've heard about this home gym, it is widely popular and recommended for a 30 minute workout if you are on a tight schedule and really anyone has been able to get upgrades from this type of machine as it can get you back into shape no matter what age and how overweight you are. Most people have been working out on home gyms since the late 1980's and are still going.

Bowflex Xtreme 2 SE Review

A pair of SelectTech Dumbbells
A pair of SelectTech Dumbbells | Source

Pick Up Your Dumbbells

Everyone may not have a problem with being overweight; but, instead some individuals may have weak strength over-time as a result of a few factors like with age, inactivity, and state of health that can affect strength in your arms, shoulders, wrists, and hands over-time. So it is always a good idea to pick up a set of dumbbells for a quick 10 to 15 minute workout that can improve your strength.

It is a good idea to use something like the Bowflex SelectTech Dumbbells that are an all-in-one dumbbell kit that gives anyone the option to lift between 10 to 90 pounds only with 2 dumbbells. This option is better since you would not have to get weights and a complete 15-20 dumbbell set with stand that makes you switch out time after time. Instead, it just takes a flip of a dial and you stay on just one set of dumbbells

The best way to use dumbbells is by upgrading into weight increments that go along with strength build-up that can help you keep track with how much you can lift and even as a practice for how much you can "bench" on a bench-press that gives the ideas on what your weight limit is with lifting since you don't want to blow out your back and shoulders as a result of excessive lift.

The Bowflex SelectTech Dumbbells are quieter to use since most metals cling and clang to make loud noises that make your ears ring and vibrate. Your fitness level will approve as you continue to stick to your workout schedule.


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