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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

BBcom Featuring: High Volume Leg Pump Workout | Abel Albonetti and Children and the Need for Physical Activity

Abel Albonetti offers a hard-hitting, high-volume leg workout to break the stalemate and pump up your quads 
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Leg Workout 
1. Stiff Leg Deadlifts: 5 sets, 8-10 reps 
2. Barbell Squats: 5 sets, 10 reps (Last set is for 6 reps heavy and then a drop set) 
3. Superset a. Leg Press: 5 sets, 20 reps b. Standing Single Leg Leg Curl: 5 sets, 12 reps 
4. Lying Hamstring Curls: 6 sets, 12-15 reps 
5. Single Leg Leg Extensions: 6 sets, 15 reps 

Team Bodybuilding.com member Abel Albonetti is a huge fan of high-volume workouts designed to test your limits. He knows they help build muscle for a balanced physique and push your training intensity to new heights.


Children and the Need for Physical Activity
Children in the U.S. today are less fit than they were a generation ago and showing early signs of cardiovascular disease such as weight gain, higher serum cholesterol, and cigarette smoking.
Inactive children, when compared with active children, weigh more, have higher blood pressure and lower levels of heart-protective high-density lipoproteins. Even though heart attack and stroke are rare in children, evidence suggests that the process leading to those conditions begins in childhood. The 1987 National Children and Youth Fitness Study indicates that at least half of youth don't engage in physical activity that promotes long-term health and that less than 36 percent of elementary and secondary schools offer daily PE classes and that most classes were unlikely to foster lifelong physical activity.
A fitness testing program sponsored by the Chrysler Fund Amateur Athletic Union, which tracks fitness among 9.7 million youngsters between the ages of 6 and 17, shows that children are getting slower in endurance running and are getting weaker. Since 1980 there has been a 10 percent drop off on scores for distance runs and an 11 percent decline in youngsters who achieved at least a "satisfactory" score on the entire test.
An estimated 2.1 million adolescents age 12 to 17 are smokers. Nine million American children under age five live with at least one smoker and are exposed to second-hand smoke for virtually the whole day. It is estimated that 3,000 American young people become smokers every day.
Children spend an average of 17 hours a week watching TV in addition to the time they spend on video and computer games. Inactive children are more likely to become inactive adults. Healthful lifestyle training should begin in childhood to promote improved cardiovascular health in adult life. The following good health practices should be promoted among children:

  • regular physical activity
  • a low-fat, low-cholesterol diet after the age of two
  • smoking prevention
  • appropriate weight for height
  • regular pediatric medical checkups
Copyright 1998 American Heart Association, Inc. All rights reserved.

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