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Doctors Warn Extreme Workouts Have Dangerous Side Effects
By danikasugi, 05.03.2014, 22:10

However, Bridgewater is now in a position that will allow him to show he can handle the pressures of being a franchise-level NFL quarterback. He has an immense amount of pressure on his shoulders and the spotlight is on him, so he can prove to the world he is able to rise to the occasion during these important workouts. That sort of poise is exactly what the Houston Texans will be looking for, as they hold the No. 1 pick and are still considering the Louisville product as a potential prospect to exercise it on, as per Rob Rang of CBS Sports: Expect the Texans and the NFL personnel in attendance to especially put Bridgewater under the microscope when it comes time to throw passes. Every mechanical flaw will be critiqued and every dropped pass could have negative impact on his draft position.
Source: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1982072-nfl-draft-2014-predicting-prospects-that-will-rise-after-pro-day-performances

max workout exercises style="clear:both">Superset Your Strength Workouts for Super Fun!

RSS Follow me on: Yes, it's okay to want to have me arrested for using the phrase "super fun!' in the title of this blog post. Moving on, I've been talking a lot about exercise boredom lately and about how we can change our workouts to make them more interesting and effective. One of my favorite ways to do that is by supersetting exercises. The idea is to put together two (or more) exercises that work the same muscle group and do them one right after the other with no rest in between.
Source: http://exercise.about.com/b/2014/03/05/quick-fix-workouts-supersetting.htm

Ron Goldin says only experienced trainers should try CrossFit. "If you haven't worked out for a while, don't jump into it, trying to keep up with the rest of the class and don't try to do the hardest workout you've ever done." (Via WPTV ) The condition is on the rise as CrossFit grows increasingly popular, with over 6,000 affiliated gyms in the United States. That's up from only 50 in 2005. (Via The New York Times ) But the regimen has its fair share of critics.
Source: http://www.aol.com/article/2014/02/28/doctors-warn-extreme-workouts-have-dangerous-side-effects/20840409/

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