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Best Fitness Exercises
BEST FITNESS EXERCISES
Rowing machines such as the WaterRower are a current fad in the fitness equipment market, drawing in both consumers and professionals.All one has to do is mount their own rowing machine and then sweat through a 30 to 60 minute workout designed to mimic the benefits of true water-based rowing.
Now do not fret seeing all of these equipment, what you need to know is that the best piece of fitness equipment is you - yourself!Most people look for exercises which are best for a full-body workout. The exercise that can win the ‘best’ title will be any easy-to-learn exercise that targets multiple muscle groups and gives you the practical strength and muscle tone to meet your fitness goals. Here are seven of the best exercises for athletes and fitness junkies looking for a simple and effective full-body workout.
Did you know that individuals typically lift about 60 percent of their body weight when completing a push-up? It works a wide range of muscles, though they primarily target the chest, triceps and core. There are many different variations of the push-up, so take your pick and make sure that push-ups are a part of your training.
2. SquatsSquats work on the hips, hamstrings and glutes. It also strengthens your core and even your upper body if done with weight.
3. LungesThis brilliant exercise does triple duty by extensively working the quadriceps, the glutes and the hamstrings. Hold a dumbbell in each hand while performing the lunge if you want to take it a step ahead.
4. Clean and JerkThe clean and jerk is a lift that targets a lot of useful muscles and can test your endurance. It's considered the ultimate test of strength in the Olympic Games.There's a reason this single exercise has been labelled the total-body workout. Hamstrings, biceps, triceps, the back, core, quadriceps and calves are all engaged during this straightforward exercise.
5. BurpeesStart in a standing position, squat down and put your hands on the ground, kick your feet out and do a push-up. Tuck your feet back under you, and spring up out of your crouch with a leap. That's a burpee. If you want to push more, put a dumbbell in each hand.
6. DeadliftThe deadlight is an old-school lift that builds total-body strength. Be careful while doing this exercise as the wrong technique can injure your back. When the deadlift is executed correctly it will strengthen your back as well as your calves, quads, hamstrings, glutes, core and forearms.
Wish to do all of the above with just one heavy duty exercise equipment/regime?
A WaterRower is an indoor rower machine where the resistance medium is provided by water as opposed to air or magnetic resistance used by other manufacturers. What sets it apart is its award winning design, the beautifully handcrafted rowing machine is made from solid ash wood and absorbs sound and vibration. The WaterRower features the unique Water Flywheel that consists of two paddles in an enclosed tank of water, providing a smooth, quiet resistance, replicating the actual feel of rowing in water.
Why workout on a WaterRower?
What really makes rowing stand out is that it works for your entire body. During the drive phase you’re engaging the major muscle groups of your legs first, then your core, and finally your upper body and back. This repeated exertion helps improve muscular endurance across muscle groups. Rowing is great for the heart and lungs because it engages every major muscle group of your body. That, in turn, requires your heart to pump more blood to your working muscle tissue to deliver energy and nutrients to your cells while buffering away waste by-products.
The WaterRower is the ultimate full-body workout device!
A rowing machine is for you because it provides a great full-body workout without placing much stress on your joints. Rowing works every major muscle group except, perhaps, one's upper pectorals and front deltoids. A properly executed row works leg biceps, leg triceps, calves, buttocks, lower abs, upper abs, lower back, obliques, upper back (lats), neck (traps), rear shoulder (deltoids), outer deltoids, triceps, biceps, and forearms.
Get a WaterRower rowing machine for your Home Use
The process of finding the right rowing machine can be difficult because there are so many different brands, price-ranges, and features to choose from. The different indoor rowing machines provide resistance using one of the four different resistance types: air, hydraulic piston, magnetic, and water.Do you wish to get your own WaterRower that best suits your needs? Visit http://www.aerofit.me/ right away! The WaterRower comes in many different wood finishes – from cherry to walnut to oak and many more! Check out the WaterRower section on the AeroFit Dubai website for more details, as AeroFit is the official distributor of WaterRower in the GCC.