There Are Many Forms Of Exercise
What is Critical is Understanding how Your Body Reacts to Exercise
Most Exercise Programs Focus On One Speed...MAX
Always Exercising at a Max Level Can Lead to Overtraining
Overtraining Can Lead To Adrenal Fatigue Burnout Decreased Muscle Recovery Depression Elevated Resting Heart Rate Increased Inflammation Insomnia Irritability Menstrual Dysfunction Rhabdomyolysis The Release of Cortisol
The Tuff Girl Fitness System
The Tuff Girl Fitness System is based on functional movement that is constantly varied in length and intensity to help maximize your efforts, while reducing the dangers of overtraining.
High-Intensity Interval Training
Studies have found interval training has a greater capacity to induce EPOC (Excess Post-exercise Oxygen Consumption). This process helps your body continue to burn calories hours after your workout is complete. Due to the amount of stress interval training puts on the body, this type of workout is limited each week.
As women age they become increasingly susceptible to osteoporosis and bone loss. Strength training not only helps strengthen muscles, it strengthens your bones as well. A recent study also found that women engaging in strength training experienced a reduced risk of Type 2 Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease.
The amount of exercise needed per week to lose weight will surprise you. In conjunction with following a healthy diet, moderate-intensity training encourages the body to burn fat instead of glucose as a fuel source. * More than 60 percent of U.S. women do not engage in the recommended amount of physical activity.
Active Recovery can help reduce soreness and speed up the muscle-rebuilding processes, by improving circulation. This encourages removal of lactic acid from the muscle and helps you speed up your body’s recovery procedure. AR also helps you physically and psychologically recover from the stresses of exercise.