NUTRITION PLUS MONTLY

November 7, 2015

 

This is Nutrition Plus’ first monthly Newsletter of October 2015 where we discuss what’s going on in the company, the science behind the madness and why everyone should consider contacting us for an initial assessment.  

Follow us at any of our social media platforms, and if your are a resident of Indianapolis come train with us and bring a friend. Our results are backed up with science and a guarantee! (IF YOU DON’T ATTAIN YOUR GOAL YOU GET YOUR MONEY BACK!) Results is what drives Nutrition Plus… Scientifically proven to give you the best results of your life.

 

 

 

 

  ROM through the Kinetic Chain Training

 

Before reading this check out the video attached. We feature exercise such as Medicine Ball slam, thrust, weighted push-up, full-body battle ropes etc. We filmed this to show that movement is universal and relevant to both male and female.  When done correctly (without any muscle imbalances) there can be tremendous results.

 

Last month in Nutrition Plus we have started case studies and have been exploring the benefits of WHOLE BODY fitness with the emphasis on lower body or upper body.  

Some clips shared above are examples of  some exercises that both male and female successfully complete to train the whole kinetic chain and create body control/awareness.  One of the main reasons for this type of training is to promote injury prevention through every client.  Injuries happen in the weight room all the time, a great way to reduce injuries is to teach, correct and perform movement through every exercise.  

After explaining why we teach the whole body lets look at some benefits of training the whole body.

 

Burn More Calories In Less Time

We seek time-efficiency in every other area of our lives -- why not take that same approach to the gym? "You burn a heck of a lot more calories in a given session when you perform a full-body training session as opposed to just doing an arm day or shoulder day," Gentilcore says. Major muscle groups working together in compound exercises, like squats and lunges, require more energy to coordinate movement, move heavy training loads and provide oxygen to working muscles than single-joint exercises that only work one or two small muscles. (Klein)

 

Build More Muscle

While isolation work is important for muscular hypertrophy, it's not necessarily for everyone. "Overzealous isolation work one day per week isn't frequent enough for most people to see gains in muscular size," Gentilcore says. While we're all for "leg day," that doesn't mean neglecting your lower half for the other six days in the week. With full-body training (assuming appropriate loads and rest), you're targeting any given muscle group two to three times per week for increased muscle growth, Gentilcore says. (Klein) 

 

Greater Glycogen depletion and faster fat loss

When it comes to burning fat and depleting the glycogen levels, you can’t compare split routines and full body routines.With a total body workout you expend greater amount of energy than training only one or two muscle groups. Training your whole body in one session means that a lot micro-trauma has occurred and more muscle repairing hormones are released to repair the damaged muscles.With this you created a perfect hormonal environment for building muscle.

 

!!!THIS UPCOMING MONTH!!!

November we will be giving a lot of promotions, cupons, and free sessions away.  Also this month is GLUTE AND HAMSTRING MONTH so there will be some before and after shots. Stay tuned for our Hi-Def X, 6 week cut or bulk transformations such as Katelyn's who was done in 6 months.  

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Until Next Time!

 

 

 

Work Sited

 

Klein, Sarah. "5 Major Benefits Of Total-Body Workouts." The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, 3 Aug. 2012. Web. 04 Nov. 2015.

 

 

 

-Benjamin Gomes

*BS Phys. Ed*USAW*CPT

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