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weightlifting

the sport of lifting barbells of specified weights in a prescribed manner for competition or exercise
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When it comes to men, lifting weights actually boosts natural test levels.
Your warm-up session before lifting weights should include stretching exercises, calisthenics and jogging.
Like any sport don't just rush in and hurt yourself by lifting weights you may not be ready for," he says.
Myth No 1: Lifting weights will make me lose my rhythm
The stainless steel Manupac is suitable for lifting weights up to 35kg.
In 1979 I began furiously lifting weights and therefore stripped off the feminizing froufrou of my former getups to show off my hard-earned gains.
Many of those who wouldn't dream of lifting weights don't think twice about hauling suitcases over their heads to fit into overhead bins on an airplane.
When lifting weights, he added, it is extremely important to use good form.
Friday's game was cancelled after the death of a Salesian player who went into convulsions while lifting weights in the school gym.
Kirsten Dunst and Jake Gyllenhaal's relationship is so strong now, the pair have now taken to lifting weights together.
Lifting weights will help you retain, as well as build, lean muscle mass.