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The Difference between Free Weights and Machines

The Difference between Free Weights and Machines

Truth About Soreness Why do I get sore? Is soreness an indication of a quality workout? The truth is no. One of the primary causes of soreness is novelty of the exercise.  Stated otherwise, any time you change up the mode of resistance (you switch from a dumbbell...
Why do I get sore?

Why do I get sore?

Free Weights vs Machines From a muscle strength and size perspective, you can get the same results from a free weight and a machine. At Discover Strength, we use machines for the majority of our exercise. The benefits of machines are: 1. Efficiency- you can change...
Why do I get sore?

Truth About Body Composition

Truth About Body Composition We have a lot of clients who have a goal of losing body weight. It is important to understand that losing body weight can be helpful for certain health markers, but can also be detrimental to your body’s ability to combat chronic...
Why do I get sore?

The Benefits of Strength Training

Benefits of Strength Training The problem with strength training is that you can only get the benefits from strength training, by strength training. You can’t do another form of exercise and expect to receive the benefits in regards to muscle size or muscle...
Why do I get sore?

Getting Injured while Training

Getting Injured while Training Exercise and sport are not the same thing. Exercise is designed to improve our physiology (not to degrade it). Exercise is a means to an end. Sport, on the other hand is not designed to improve our physiology. Sport is an end in itself....
Why do I get sore?

Training with Multiple Sets

Is one set of exercise enough?  The more sets the better…right? The truth is you produce the same results with one set if you take the set to Momentary Muscle Failure (MMF). ​MMF is achieved when you get to the point where you cannot complete another rep with...

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