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Think Resistance

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Based on the current literature resistance training appears to have positive effects on cognition. Resistance training programs in general focus on improving these two factors, muscle hypertrophy and improving muscular strength. Yet seldom do we think of strength training as an intervention to induce functional brain changes. Reviewing the literature there is strong evidence that there is a relationship between cognition and measures of muscular strength and muscle mass. Training over time is beneficial to the neurobiological processes leading to lower white matter atrophy, lower volumes of white matter lesions and increased grey matter volume in specific areas. 

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2024 National Conference 

The 2024 CSCCa National Conference will be held in Fort Worth, TX, May 6-8th.  A great speaker itinerary and a great opportunity to experience Pendulum Strength Training Equipment. See you there! Getting Strong at the CSCCa

Belt Squat Attachment

Expanding your workout capabilities by adding attachments to racks in many facilities is key to athletic development. If you want to add belt squats, weighted chins, weighted dips, pulling movements, calf raises and more roll the Pit Shark attachment in...

Rack Attachments

The hamstrings are a group of muscles located on the back of the thigh: the bicep femoris, semimembranosus and semitendinosus. This muscle group functions to extend the hip, flex the lower leg and rotate the leg at the hip and...