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When first entering an exercise facility more often than not, the first thing you will see is the cardio equipment; this may consist of bikes, rowing machines, elliptical machines or even upper body ergo meters, machines of this type are designed to strength your lungs and heart and are good for “warming up” the body in preparation for getting ready to raise your training intensity. These machines are also quite beneficial at burning fat, increasing basal metabolic rates, decreasing your risk for heart disease and increasing your overall sense of well-being. No activity or machine is better than another, the effectiveness is based on how hard, how often, and how long you engine in your chosen activity.

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So now, let’s get back to earning that muscle, the “quickest” and “easiest” way to get faster, stronger and better to give yourself enough time. The mistake a lot of athletes make is waiting to late to start getting ready to compete. I was getting questions from players last year in August about getting ready for the season two weeks before the season started. If they had started preparing in June or July then trying to get ready in two weeks would not have been an issue because they would have been closer to being ready then they were. 

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