September 24, 2015
LADIES, LADIES, ladies - let's stop deceiving ourselves. I know you've seen the ads all over the Web about fixing flabby arms without surgery or exercise. But guess what? It's a lie. So, how does a normal woman, who doesn't have the budget to undergo an expensive and invasive surgery, naturally get tight and toned arms? It's really quite simple. The best way to achieve tight and toned arms - or an overall tight body, for that matter - is with slow and consistent exercise. That's it. That's the secret, because no creams and no surgery can effectively tighten and tone the muscles the way exercise does.
April 11, 2013
Medicine ball tricep push-ups strengthen the triceps, shoulders and chest. This exercise requires balance and core control. It is intermediate to advanced in difficulty, but beginners can modify it by keeping their knees on the floor. Begin by kneeling in front of a medicine ball with your hands on the ball. Maintaining your balance, extend legs straight behind you with toes curled under. Keep your body straight as you slowly lower yourself, bending the arms until your chest touches the ball.
March 12, 2013 |
Three American Council on Exercise-certified personal trainers who are students at Rowan and group-exercise instructors give advice on what to do to get in shape. Consult a physician before beginning any fitness program. Beginner My spring break starts next week, and we all know how much of a wake-up call that can be. So spice up your workouts. First, make a new playlist. It will be much more exciting working out to new music than the same playlist you listen to every day. It's also time to up the ante when it comes to weightlifting: Add the extra weight.
November 21, 2012
SAY BYE-BYE to "bat wings," those flabby triceps women particularly hate, with good old-fashioned triceps push-ups. They can be performed modified on your knees or in the standard push-up position. For triceps push-ups, your arms are parallel to your sides and your elbows point back. As with a standard push-up, begin in the plank position and slowly lower body to floor and press straight back up. Repeat 2-3 sets of 12 to 15 reps.
September 15, 2010 |
Less than nine months after he had surgery to correct a torn anterior cruciate ligament, Jamaal Jackson underwent a procedure Tuesday to have his right triceps tendon repaired, the Eagles said. The center, who suffered the injury during the second quarter of Sunday's season opener against the Green Bay Packers, was placed on injured reserve Monday, ending his season. Backup Mike McGlynn replaced Jackson in the game and will start Sunday when the Eagles travel to Detroit. Jackson tore the ACL in his left knee in the second-to-last game of last season but was able to return in time for the opener.
August 3, 2008 |
This is not a position of familiarity for Jerome McDougle. He is the one the Eagles coaches are excitedly singling out. He is the one feeling sorry for others. He is the one trying to take advantage of some luck. He is healthy. "It's kind of weird," McDougle said. "But I feel for those guys because I know how hard it is to go through those things, to bust your butt in the off-season and then to get injured in training camp. I know how it is. " Does he ever. Entering his sixth season with the Eagles, McDougle has missed more games than he's played at defensive end. He suffered from knee and ankle injuries, an irregular heartbeat, fractured ribs and a triceps tear.
November 19, 2005 |
After twice being slowed by a right triceps injury, Eagles center Jamaal Jackson made his NFL debut in Monday's 21-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Jackson was signed by the Eagles as a rookie free agent in 2003 from Delaware State. That year, he spent the regular season on the practice squad and was promoted to the 53-man roster for the playoffs but never saw any action. Jackson suffered a season-ending right triceps tear during the 2004 preseason. He then re-injured the same triceps during this preseason.
August 17, 2003 |
Mike Vento capped a three-RBI night with the game-winning single in the bottom of the fifth inning as the Trenton Thunder beat the Erie SeaWolves, 3-2, in the Eastern League last night. The Thunder (64-63) won their second straight one-run game over the SeaWolves and moved above .500. Vento put Trenton in front, 2-0, with a two-run double in the bottom of the first off Erie starter Adam Pettyjohn (1-3). After Erie (60-67) tied the game at 2-2 in the top of the fifth, Trenton rallied.
October 9, 2002 |
The Green Bay Packers' celebrated bookends are on the shelf. Defensive end Joe Johnson's season is over. He needs an operation to repair his left triceps muscle, which he tore in the Packers' 34-21 victory over the Chicago Bears on Monday night. "He's out," coach Mike Sherman said last night. "I'll put him on injured reserve . . . In talking to the doctors, I just know it would be difficult to come back this season. " The Packers already were thin at defensive end with starter Vonnie Holliday sidelined until November by a torn pectoral muscle, and defensive coordinator Ed Donatell said the team's personnel department was busy looking for a reinforcement.