This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Bodybuilding & Weight Training category. Though topics may have since been updated they are listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.
|2011-06-13 - Strength Training for Seniors - Maintaining muscle strength in old age is important in order to maintain mobility and be able to lead an independent life and manage everyday tasks independently.|
|2011-04-01 - Progressive Resistance Training Builds Muscle and Increases Strength - Resistance exercises increase lean muscle tissue and strength capacity so that people can function more readily in daily life.|
|2010-12-16 - Best Exercises for Scapular Region - The scapular region is extremely important for athletes across a variety of sports and disciplines.|
|2010-08-12 - Building Muscle Doesn't Require Lifting Heavy Weights - Muscle building can be achieved by using lighter weights to pump iron until you reach muscle fatigue.|
|2010-03-30 - Weight Training Injuries - Approximately 150 weight training-related injuries are treated in US emergency departments each day.|
|2009-02-11 - Lose Weight with Strength Training - Lose weight by strength training muscles and burning calories to maintain a high metabolism level.|
|2009-02-11 - Bodybuilding Supplements Help Seniors Health - Bodybuilding supplements are preventing the loss of lean muscle mass a major contributor to increasing disability in old age.|
|2009-02-11 - Bodybuilders with Disabilities - This article looks at bodybuilders with disabilities including Nino Savona Nick Scott Reggie Benett and John Quinn.|
|2009-02-06 - Bodybuilding Tips for Men and Women - Bodybuilding tips that work for both men and women including beginners and experienced bodybuilders.|
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