FAQ #9: The following is the answer to get stronger physically, which is the ninth frequently asked question in our series.
Note: This frequently asked question is very similar to FAQ #8 in its intent and meaning so some of the points that were applicable to that FAQ will be repeated here.
Note: Tone is not the correct word to use when it comes to describing muscles that are strong, in shape, and of the right bulk. The correct term is muscular definition for women and muscular size for men.
If you are unhappy with your current level of strength, you might be interested to know that any change in your muscle mass does not happen overnight. It can take many months or perhaps 1 to 2 years to get the muscular strength you want. It's just the way our bodies work at the cellular level. You have to be patient when you are trying to build muscle strength.
Ok, I gotcha. Now, how do I get stronger physically?
The idea here is to build strength from the neck on down to your
ankles, not just in your arms and legs. So, instead of only resistance
training that works muscles in isolation, you need to also incorporate
total body movements that strengthen the shoulder, trunk, and hip
regions through integrated whole body exercises that are both
multi-planar and multi-directional.
In this way, you build strength throughout the body. This preserves your body so you can handle the everyday movements of life. This is especially important as you age. The following are some of the ways to build strength throughout the whole body:
So, how do I get stronger physically? Follow the next step to find out all about building and maintaining muscle while on your way to the ultimate solutions.
Get Informed about Building and Maintaining Muscle: More information related to these topics will be coming soon!
Now, sign-up for the right program with Orthocellular. The preventative health programs include four pillar, two pillar, and exercise-only programs.
Finally exercise and nutrition are together as a team and weaved throughout each of the Four and Two Pillar Programs. This is as it should be. Consider registering for one of the following four-pillar programs:
a. If you are between the ages of 25 and 65 and currently overweight:
Permanent Weight Loss Program
b. If you are between the ages of 25 and 65 and currently not overweight,
Disease Prevention Program Stream 2
With the above programs you will not only get stronger physically, but you will change your body for good! In fact, you will like the new you so much, you will never want to go back to the old you. We guarantee it!
1. Core Strengthen and Balance Program is geared for adults who are:
To find out if it is right for you, go to Core Strengthen and Balance Program
2. Or, you can take the Body Strengthen and Stretch Program, which is geared for adults who are:
To find out if it is right for you, go to Body Strengthen and Stretch Program
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On The Preventative Way page we reveal a number of scientific facts related to how we function at the cellular level to keep our bodies healthy. Visit this page often as new facts, quotes, videos, tips, and traps will be added from time to time.
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