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  • Converting Dumbbell Bench to Barbell Bench

    Post From http://leehayward.com/blog/converting-dumbbell-bench-to-barbell-bench/

    How to convert your dumbbell bench press weight to barbell bench press weight.

    If you can lift X amount of weight with the dumbbell bench press, how do you convert that number into how much weight you can lift with a barbell bench press?

    Or vice versa, how can you figure out your dumbbell bench weight based on how much weight you can lift with a barbell bench press?

    That’s what we’re going to discuss in this blog post…

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    Just the other day one of my YouTube subscribers asked me:

    “Is there a rule of thumb for converting dumbbell press weight to bench press weight? I have no idea where to start with benching because all I ever do is dumbbell presses, and I’m guessing it’s not as simple as just adding the 2 together and shifting to barbell form.”

    Unfortunately, there is no cut and dried answer or mathematical formula that you can plug your numbers into and get an exact conversion calculation for dumbbell vs. barbell bench press.

    But generally speaking you will be able to lift more total weight with a barbell than you can with dumbbell’s. The reason for this is that when you are pressing dumbbells you have to balance and stabilize 2 weights. And when you are pressing a barbell you only have to balance and stabilize 1 weight.

    Now the exact increase in poundage will vary from person to person. And in some rare cases certain people may actually be stronger with dumbbells than they are with a barbell, but this is the exception and not the rule.

    This is how the bench press strength curve goes for most people:
    – Dumbbell Bench Press (weakest)
    – Barbell Bench Press (stronger)
    – Machine Bench Press (strongest)

    When you are using a bench press machine such as a smith machine, hammer strength machine, etc. the machine is balancing the weights for you and all you have to do is exert 100% pressing effort. So you’ll generally be stronger again with machine lifts compared to free weight lifts.

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  • Booty returns @ FitBuzzer Stephy (New pics)

    Post From http://www.stayfitbug.com/the-fitness-bug/booty-returns-fitbuzzer-stephy-new-pics/

    Let’s remind ourselves of the S-curve process here…

    Stage 1

    You’re brand new. Never tried a program. You’re not totally sure about things yet.

    $10 and you a get a ‘the right direction’ plan.

    So… You could still win on your own. Even if you didn’t ever take on another program. But if it’s a good program that you’re after. Then… We wouldn’t just leave you hanging. You need that higher level of help.

    Enter…

    Stage 2

    The 30 day trial ‘is’ the best program (gold) experience.

    We’re learning about you, you’re learning about all things S-curvish. For some… The experience is very different to what they’ve done before.

    But then, they start winning. And question things no more. Ha.

    Stage 3

    You know ‘what’s up’ at this point. You’re in.

    This is where the true program begins. The reason why it’s best to start on gold, is because we’re very hands on and intense. There’s a lot to learn. Which usually happens over a 6-18 month time period. But it gets easier over time. Which is why we have the bronze program.

    Stage 4

    6-12 months on stage 3 it is for most people. But like I said… It gets easier over time. However… Most members have been here for 3-5+ years.

    They always come back.

    The 90-100% S-curve goal is 1-5 years in this lifestyle. So you’ll need ‘something’ to look after you during this period.

    And that’s what stage 4 is for. Which we’ve been working on since 2016. And > talked about since Monday.

    Talking of coming back though…

    The return of FitBuzzer Stephy

    You can see, her story so far on > this page. And I’ve added her recent S-curvish pics to the page too. Just scroll down to the bottom.

    Yup. Still very S-curvish.

    She doesn’t post a lot of pics like that. Because there are a lot of ups and downs in her life… Like everyone else.

    That’s what it’s like after your initial 6-12 month period of becoming S-curvish. You can see that in her picture story too. As she was very active in the beginning stages.

    Either way… It’s been 3-5 years since she first made the change to become S-curvish. And today, as you can see… She’s still very much there.

    She hasn’t slipped back into her less-curvish self that you can see in her first pictures.

    Conclusion

    #1 Becoming S-curvish
    #2 Shredding to smexy

    We’ve been at this since 2011-12. We’re truly in this for the long term. It was said then. And it’s being said now, all these years later. Everything has been documented.

    It doesn’t matter if your goal is #1 or #2. Your long term time line will look similar Stephys, above.

    The most important part of that, is that you don’t ever have to do it alone. ‘Alone’ is tough.

    Now let’s get back to living this awesome lifestyle. And take a look at all recent travel-curvish pics too via > More buzz pages.

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  • 7 Unbelievable Health Benefits of Asparagus

    Post From http://www.stayfitbug.com/the-fitness-bug/7-unbelievable-health-benefits-of-asparagus/

    Asparagus, the member of lily family is the wonderful blend of health, texture, and taste. Arrival of spring brings along this wonderful gift called asparagus that is nutrition packed for unbelievable health benefits. Local markets flock up with crunchy asparagus on advent of spring. It slowly becomes the part of every kitchen due to its versatile nature that makes it good for any dish. This amazing spring vegetable is native to western Asia, northern Africa, and Europe. There are many exotic ways to use asparagus in scrumptious meals, but one thing that always remains the same is its health quotient. Some of the amazing health benefits of this spring vegetable that can positively affect your health are –

     

    1.  Rich in folic acid

    Folic acid is essential to human body, especially when it is under the growth stage. Expecting mothers are prescribed folic acid to ensure proper growth of nerves and brain of fetus. Asparagus is found to be rich source of folic acid and one single asparagus will amount to 70% of your daily folic acid requirement. One can put asparagus to soups, salads, or simply juice it up to meet the daily folic acid target.

    2.  Accelerates digestion

    It promotes the growth of healthy gut bacteria in intestine, which further slows down the growth of unfriendly bacteria. The stomach and intestinal health is boosted to accelerate the process of digestion while absorbing all vital nutrients from the food one eats.

    3.  Regularize bowel movements

    Asparagus can be taken to regularize bowel movement due to mild laxative properties that it possess. It can be included in daily meals to fight constipation, acid reflux, and heaviness in stomach. The fibers in this vegetable are good for flushing out toxins from your body effectively.

    4.  Prevents cancer to certain extent

    The lily family vegetable contains anti-oxidants that would prevent cancers of many types. There are studies supporting the cancer preventing properties of asparagus, which suggest that asparagus extract is capable of altering the structure of cancerous cells to prevent the harmful effects.

    5.  Boosts your brain

    Brain activity slows down with aging, but regular consumption of asparagus would make your brain fight out the cognitive decline effectively. It contains folate required for healthy brain functioning.  When asparagus is used with B12 rich foods like meat, poultry, fish, dairy, and other such foods then they together work for brain flexibility making your brain alert.

    6. Natural diuretic

    Amino acid called asparagine present in asparagus makes this spring veggie work as natural diuretic. It is good source of potassium too that helps in lowering the sodium effect in the body. Asparagus has very low sodium content. Juice of asparagus can be recommended in conditions like kidney stone and other urine irregularities as it works as an effective diuretic.

    7. Loaded with vitamins and minerals

    Anti-oxidant rich vegetable contains all that you need to be healthy. It is superb source of various vitamins like vitamin E, A, C, and K. Vitamin A in asparagus keeps your night vision sharp and vitamin C boosts your immunity. Vitamin E keeps your skin and hair healthy for most desired youthful look. Apart from these vital vitamins, it also contains minerals like iron, potassium, manganese, and folate that are important for healthy functioning of body.

    Asparagus is health rich but more interesting fact about this spring surprise is that it can be used in different ways to prepare most exotic recipes. You can roast it, bake it, add it to soups and salads, or just juice it up for amazing health benefits that you always wanted. For extra benefits, club it with other healthy ingredients for wholesome diet.

    Author Bio: Karishma is into writing profession and have written on various subjects till date. Though her profession wants her to write on various genres, she prefers to write on health care out of her passion for this subject. She has contributed her work for Turmeric Curcumin Shop and many more.

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