Bodyweight Training – Angles of Attack

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– Duane Stevenson

In a world of instantaneous gratification, starting an exercise regimen and then waiting months, or even years, to visually realize the full benefits can be disheartening. And while 30 minutes a day of cardio is touted as the be-all, end-all of healthy living by medical professionals, the truth is it’s not going to give you the body you want. While cardio is excellent for your heart health and your waist line, relying solely on cardio to get that dream body you’ve always wanted is going to fail every single time.

 Enter bodyweight training. Requiring significantly less equipment than traditional weight training, this system allows you to build and lengthen your muscles without keeping a collection of heavy weights or oversized machines in your home gym. And suspension training drastically increases the success rate of bodyweight training by making it possible for you to achieve nearly any angle, thus targeting and working every muscle in your body.

 The suspension training gear offered by VersusFit.com allows you to engage in a strenuous, results-driven workout. With just 45 minutes a day, 5 days a week, you can get the best in bodyweight training and, therefore, the most noticeable results. Our system allows you to utilize gravity to your advantage, varying the intensity of your workout all while building a solid core and targeting muscles throughout the body.

When it comes to a home gym, you’ll find nothing more multi-faceted than the VersusFit gear. The results speak for themselves! VersusFit.com products are available online at www.VersusFit.com.

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Author: darrelclouse

Strength, performance, and endurance conditioning has been a major component of my life since I was a teenager. I have participated in many sporting events and contests during the past 40 years to measure my mental and physical fitness capabilities. I enjoy sharing what I have learned from my experience and studies. During these four decades of performance conditioning, I have been very fortunate to have trained with Olympic athletes, amateur and professional world champions; I have learned a great deal of reality based "gimmick free" fitness and conditioning lessons. I certainly don't know it all, however, I have learned over the years that some of the best training methods are actually just "a couple of steps BACK from the cutting edge." I have trained and competed in powerlifting, half Ironman distance triathlons, roadracing on a cycling team, and boxing. My dad is an 80 year old athlete who played basketball for the University of Florida Gators and has been in the greatest physical / cognitive challenge of a lifetime battling the effects of Parkinson's Disease. I assist my dad, his physicians, and dad's therapists in his great fight. I believe we all take so much of our inherent skill sets for granted until those skill sets are snatched away from us resultant from disease or accident. I hope and believe this VersusFit forum, or blog, will serve all of us as a place where we can candidly share ideas, opinions, and assistance to each to enhance daily living and championship contests.

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