Posts Tagged ‘Longstrength’

Longstrength for Nordic Walking

Posted: 1st February 2016 by strongman in General
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Nordic Walking by definition is “Panaerobic”…some estimate that 90% of one’s musculature is involved. Whatever the amount Dr. Schwartz defined it as basically any movement activating all 4 limbs and as much muscle as possible. It’s a nice alternate day exercise for me – I find it works well doing HeavyHands one day and this […]

This is a good example of the Squat Assisted Pull Up (or Squat Pull) using playground equipment. Though the author Ed Pierini offers some suggestions, those wishing to use them as a “panaerobic” exercise in the way suggested by Dr. Schwartz might do them for timed continuous reps (working up to 15 minutes or more) or […]

The Pace of Panaerobics

Posted: 20th December 2014 by strongman in General
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What speed should you use with Panaerobics – whether HeavyHands, Longstrength, or IsoTonoMetrics? The books of Dr. Schwartz are helpful in this regard – to a point. He describes working at various rates – all which seem rather fast paced. It could even seem like this suggested speed of motion could not be done while […]

Suppversity is a brilliant blog to read… Here’s one of their latest articles on fatburning you should read for yourself: HIIT or LISS – A Question of Efficacy? High Intensity Interval Training Kickstarts Fatty Acid Oxidation & Metabolism to Make Up for the Higher Energy Exp. During LISS in 24h It’s not only worth reading, […]