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Answered 2010-02-20 11:35:14 has them. You could also try a local tractor store.

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The purpose of a workout is to train your body to have more endurance. Just keep going, push it as much as you can and the endurance will build. It may take a while but that's what is required.

pch Answer: Add 10 Or 15 Minutes To Your Normal Workout

Home workout should include endurance and strength exercises. Aerobics, which can easily be practiced without exercise equipment, and a small weight set can be combined for an effective workout.

A boxing workout can increase endurance, strength, and speed. You can follow the boxing program of trinity I've been doing their program for 3 months now and it sure is giving me good results.

Spinning can be a fun exercise, and spinning DVDs can provide a great cardio workout and burn lots of calories. Other benifits of spinning include increased stamina, endurance, agility and strength.

Resistance running not only provides a cardio workout, it can increase strength, stamina and endurance. Resistance running is usually performed with kinetic running bands.

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Endurance, Physicality, It helps build feet muscles and improves your mentality.

For effective work out programs you should include cardiovascular exercises, weight lifting to build strength , endurance exercises such as biking or walking should also be included in your programs.

Instead of drinking plain water during a workout, there are available commercial carbohydrate/protein formulas that are mixed with water and will increase your endurance during the workout. They also enhance muscle recovery and rehydration. Though they only contain a relatively small amount of protein (about 5 grams), they really do work to enable you to train harder and longer.

Length is measured in time. So, you are increasing the time of the workout.

Chocolate milk is an excellent recovery drink for any type of endurance workout.

Cardio classes can not only be as effective as running in terms of a workout, but better for you. They can be lower-impact and still get your heart rate up and build endurance.

Five possible reasons for taking drugs or supplements as part of a workout regiment are to improve muscle growth, muscle recovery, workout intensity, muscle endurance, and weight control.

It can build body mass for the whole body muscles as whole. There are specific muscles for each body part. To put it briefly say1. workout for shoulders can include: Military press, DB press etc2. workout for chest can include: bench press, DB fly, push ups etc.3. workout for biceps can include: DB or barbell curls4. workout for triceps can include: French press, narrow grip bench press , pushups etc5. workout for abs can include: crunches6 workout for legs can include: squats, lunges etc7. workout for for back and lats can include : chinning...etc..and many more ...the list is endless

Your muscles will get used to your workout after a time and you will not make gains like you could/should. Change or vary your workout every month (or more often) by using a new routine or set of exercises. Your muscles will respond with renewed growth, strength, and/or endurance.

depends eat carbs before a workout for fat, possibly some types of fats if you're an endurance athletes eat protein after a workout for muscle repair so i would recommend the carbs before exercise if you're going to do cardio training, or protein after a workout if you're going to do resistance training

A 'workout' may be defined as:1) a period of intense physical exercise to strengthen or maintain the strength of the muscles2) any physically demanding work that taxes one's energy or tries one's endurance

any nitric supplement is best. dont forget to eat a healthy breakfast with protein.

If you want to increase the intensity of your workout (and still be healthy while doing so) I would suggest talking to your doctor or perhaps a trainer of some sorts. They would be able to tell you how to do this.

It’s time to exercise and lose some pounds. But do you really understand how making sure cardio is in your workout will give you maximum results? Whether it is strength or endurance training, cardio has it’s place in your workout and can make it more successful when trying to lose unwanted calories and burn fat. Let’s look at how cardio fits into your overall strength and endurance workouts. Cardio and Strength Training When you are engaged in strength training it is important to throw some cardio in there. Most of the time you are focus on one zone or area of the body. Let’s say today you are working out your back and biceps. This workout will include weight lifting exercises like bicep curls or squat presses. You may also spend time at the pull up bar doing wide pull ups. At some point you will do some classic wide push-ups to really intensify your workout. At that time you are only focused on the area of your back and biceps. So adding cardio will keep you loose in the areas you are currently working for strength and also add a workout to other areas of your body. Running in place or jumping rope are some great cardio exercises that you can add to a strength workout and keep you from getting stiff. Mixing everything together will give you a full body workout for the day. Cardio and Endurance Training You can put a marriage relationship between endurance and cardiovascular training. They pretty much run together. When trying to increase your endurance running, jumping, and swimming all come into place. The only difference would be the timing and length. For endurance you will want to push yourself for longer periods of time at a slower pace. Getting your heart rate up to a healthy zone. Adding some cardio in the work out with smaller time intervals and shorter moves will help get your body adapt to enduring longer. You can use cardio to really work on your breathing during endurance training. Breathing properly will help your body receive enough oxygen during your training. Putting both of these great exercises together will allow your work out to be full and successful. Cardio has it’s place in all workouts just knowing where and when to put them in your workout will help you gain more endurance.

The best low intensity workout often involves a treadmill. To make use of a treadmill a workout, the heart rate must increase and be maintained in a training zone.

Many people do not consider swimming to be a cardiovascular workout, but have you ever swam for 30 minutes and found yourself exhausted? Swimming is a great workout and, like any other high-impact exercise, you have to start slow and gradually meet your goals. Check out these reasons, benefits and techniques to build your swimming endurance. Build up Endurance To build endurance, you must make goals for yourself and do some record-keeping. Try to find a friend or someone who can help you chart your accomplishments and time your laps. Begin by making a goal of how fast or far you want to swim and in what amount of time. You should always track what you can do at first and see where you end up six months from now; you’ll be very surprised to see how far you have come. Building endurance is easy, as you just need to swim faster and further each session you are in the pool. Again, stick to your goals and track everything so you can look back and praise yourself for how far you have come. Dive Into the Benefits of Swimming For people who are overweight, swimming provides a great cardiovascular workout since the body becomes lighter in water. You can achieve a great cardio workout just by doing some laps in the pool. Swimming increases strength and muscle tone since you are using your entire body to propel through the water. If you use a treadmill, you can get a great cardio workout, but you are not achieving the same resistance as you would in the water. Flexibility of muscles is important, and swimming gives your body added flexibility that you would find in a yoga class. By moving your body in multiple directions, you are flexing and loosening many different parts which not only aids in a cardio workout, but helps prepare you for a strength training workout in the gym. Since swimming provides an excellent cardiovascular workout, your heart will be healthier along with all of the other elements that come with a healthy heart: lower blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar. As a result, swimming can potentially prevent heart disease or diabetes in your future. Increase Endurance With These Techniques Swimming becomes easier if you are doing it every day for a couple of months. To increase your endurance you may have to readjust your goals or increase your resistance by using pull buoys or pushing a friend through the water. Once you see that you are making record times with your goals, make them a more challenging and work on meeting them. Increasing resistance is the best way to increase endurance since your body gets used to the resistance of the water and you need to add some more weight to increase strength. Anything that is heavier that you can push or pull in the water will help to up your game.

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