Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Effects of Strength Training : 16 - Joints :

16 - Joints :
Training puts extra weight on the joints, sometimes up to five to six times your weight. Ankles, knees, hips, elbows and shoulders all have very different functions, but function similarly. Each joint is lined with a cushioning fabric called cartilage at the ends of the bones, as well as soft tissue and lubricating fluid, to help make smooth and easy movements.


Ligaments and tendons provide stability. Over time, the padding around the joints may begin to wear out or degenerate, as is the case with osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis. To slow down this phenomenon and protect your joints, you can take food supplements such as glutamine and especially consume good fatty acids.
Effects of Strength Training : 16 - Joints
Effects of Strength Training : 16 - Joints
Effects of Strength Training : 16 - Joints
Effects of Strength Training : 16 - Joints
Effects of Strength Training : 16 - Joints


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