Posted by guzzFIT on 01/30/2020

Leg Exercise Athletic Performance


You CAN'T miss LEG day!

A recent study conducted by Frontiers established leg exercises as critical to the brain and wellbeing of your nervous system. 

The study concluded that neurological health depends upon signals sent to brain by the bodies large leg muscles. 

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During weight-bearing leg exercises signals are sent to your brain to assists in the production of beneficial neural cells important for the brain and nervous system. If you cut back on exercising, it becomes very difficult for your body to produce new nerve cells which are the building blocks for handling stress and adapting to challenges in life.

The results, according to researchers, shed light on various important health issues that arise living a sedentary lifestyle. These include cardio-vascular diseases, motor neuron disease, multiple sclerosis, muscular atrophy and numerous others.

Your legs cover at least 50% of your overall body mass, training them forces your body to use massive amount of energy. To keep up with this, your metabolism increases by transforming your body reserves into energy in a faster and more effective way.

The more muscle on your frame, the higher your metabolism will be and the more fat you’ll burn. Quads, Hamstrings, and Glutes are the largest muscle groups in your body. Larger muscles not only burn more calories during a workout, but they also improve your overall metabolic rate. Working out your legs on a regular basis will definitely increase your lean muscle mass, giving you a leaner body.

Training legs also improves athletic performance making it easier to jump, run, kick, pivot, balance, accelerate, decelerate and turn.

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