Benefits of the Elliptical Workout Machine

 

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Elliptical Workout Machine
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Since 1977, Bernie Mermelstein has served as CEO and owner of MZ Berger and Company (MZB), a maker of wearables and watches. In his free time, Bernie Mermelstein stays in shape by lifting weights and using the elliptical.

The elliptical’s greatest value for the user is exercising a number of major muscles at once. Properly used, it can strengthen quadriceps, glutes, calves, and hamstrings. Additionally, it works upper-body muscles such as those in the chest, arms, and back. Using the elliptical also helps cut back on mineral loss in weight-bearing bones.

An elliptical workout is easier on the feet than other methods, because feet remain in pedals instead of enduring impacts, as they would when running. Additionally, the workout session is quieter and more comfortable, and users can change their speed and the angle of the machine to burn more calories and work different muscle groups. Like any other exercise, using the elliptical may pay off in improved mood and immune system, as well as lower risk of diseases related to obesity.

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Benefits of Working with a Physical Trainer

 

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Physical Trainer
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As the current owner of MZ Berger and Co., Bernie Mermelstein has been able to grow the company by focusing on product innovation and starting new brands. While away from his work obligations, Bernie Mermelstein stays active through physical activities, such as spinning, lifting weights, and collaborating with a physical trainer.

Working with a physical trainer is optional, but you can produce even better fitness results by pairing with a professional. One of the main reasons that people tend to stay away from equipment other than the treadmill at a gym is because they have no idea how to use it or they are worried about injuries. Physical trainers will guide you on how to utilize the other equipment, such as weights and weight benches. A trainer can create a customized plan specifically targeted to your goals so that you can enhance your flexibility, core strength, and balance.

Although there are many videos and step-by-step articles online about the proper form for various workouts, having a physical trainer present will ensure you’re getting the most out of your exercise routine, exercising safely, and progressing toward your goals.

Benefits of Spin Class

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Benefits of Spin Class
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Since 1977, Bernie Mermelstein has led as CEO and owner of MZ Berger & Company in Long Island City, New York. Bernie Mermelstein balances his executive responsibilities with a commitment to personal fitness, which he pursues through twice-daily workouts and spin class three times per week.

A good spin class can help a participant to tone muscles, increase cardiovascular capacity, and burn calories. Depending on intensity, a 45-minute workout may burn approximately 500 calories, though the individual rider can adjust bike settings to burn more or fewer calories.

As you spin, you also get an effective cardiovascular workout that helps to improve your endurance. Most spin classes focus on interval training, which maximizes heart rate as well as calorie consumption. At the same time, you experience an endorphin release that leads to a feeling of overall well-being as you leave class.

Your individual muscle groups also get a strong workout in spin class. Spinning allows you to tone the leg muscles without adding excess bulk, while also strengthening the core. In addition, many classes add upper body work for a more comprehensive workout.

All of this occurs in a low-impact setting that does not stress the joints or present a high risk of muscle tears. Still, it is important for the athlete to warm up before starting class, so that the body is ready to work.