Crossfit star and model Issa Vegas is showing off the results of her extremely dedicated workout regimen via a series of very cheeky Instagram pics. In the sultry snaps, Vegas is wearing a tiny bright patterned bikini as she poses at the beach with her boyfriend. "Last one is the best ?," she captioned the post
Vegas' workout philosophy is "no pain, no gain," which is clear from the videos she posts of herself lifting heavy weights. "This one might seem a bit obvious since 'strength' is right in the name, but strength training is the best way to improve your strength and fitness levels," says certified trainer April Schatschneider. "The amount of repetitions, or reps, you do in each set and the amount of weight you use can help determine what type of strength gains you can achieve… Focusing on training with barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, resistance machines, and bodyweight can drive increases in overall muscle mass and size. After age 30, you begin to lose as much as 3% to 5% per decade. Most men will lose about 30% of their muscle mass during their lifetimes. By adding in weight training you can slow that loss. Set yourself up for success for today and the future."
Vegas loves baking delicious cookies made with oats, bananas, chocolate, and honey. "Raw honey is the least processed and probably has the most antioxidants," says Mira Ilic, MS, RDN, LD. "The clearer the honey, the more processed it is. Raw honey seems to be the better choice. It's likely to have some pollen and more enzymes because it's not treated with heat. Pollen may have beneficial properties. But pollen does make honey look foggier."
Vegas is a big fan of doing push ups. "Compound exercises are particularly effective as they maximize your training efficiency," says trainer Kelsey Wells. "While most people think push-ups just target their chest and triceps, when performed with correct technique, push-ups also utilize the core, anterior shoulders, and shoulder-stabilizing muscles."
Vegas is an accomplished and confident swimmer. "Swimming has long been recognized for its cardiovascular benefits. Because swimming involves all of the major muscle groups, the heart has to work hard, which increases blood flow throughout the body," says Seena Mathew, Assistant Professor of Biology, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. "This leads to the creation of new blood vessels, a process called angiogenesis. The greater blood flow can also lead to a large release of endorphins – hormones that act as a natural pain reducer throughout the body. This surge brings about the sense of euphoria that often follows exercise." (Fri 18) Views: 235
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