Personal Trainers Ada OK

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Sarah Maloy
(580) 320-0206
Ada, OK

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East Central University
(580) 310-5744
Ada, OK
 
E Cu Wellness Center
(580) 310-5744
277 University Center
Ada, OK
 
Kim's Tanning
(580) 332-8979
Ada, OK
 
Anytime Fitness Sand Springs, OK
(918) 245-2348
3802 S 113th West Ave
Sand Springs, OK
Programs & Services
24-hr Operations, Cardio Equipment, Circuit Training, Elliptical Trainers, Free Weights, Parking, Personal Training, Spinning, Stair Climber, Stationary Bikes, Treadmill, Weight Machines

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E Cu Wellness Center
(580) 310-5744
Ada, OK
 
Curves for Women
(580) 310-9272
122 W Main St
Ada, OK
 
Body Focust
(580) 332-3922
19275 State Highway 1e # 4
Ada, OK
 
Fitness Together Nichols Hills
(405) 842-7373
2816 W Country Club Dr
Oklahoma City, OK
Programs & Services
Elliptical Trainers, Free Weights, Personal Training, Treadmill, Weight Machines

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Health Nut the
(405) 247-2529
105 NE 1st St
Anadarko, OK
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Personal Trainer

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Turn Back Father Time by Exercising Correctly

It’s no secret, the positive anti-aging effects Human growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor-1 has on the body including increased fat metabolism, increased muscle mass, increased bone density, collagen rejuvenation, and more. Although the exact mechanisms that are most efficacious for stimulating release of these anti-aging hormones remains some-what of a mystery, scientists are getting closer.

Evidence suggests that load and frequency are determining factors in the regulation of hGH secretion. Despite the significant exercise-induced growth hormone response (EIGR) induced by resistance training, much of the stimulus for protein synthesis has been attributed to insulin-like growth factor-1 with modest contributions from the hGH-GH receptor interaction on the cell membrane. The EIGR to endurance exercise is associated with the intensity, duration, frequency and mode of endurance exercise. A number of studies have suggested an intensity ‘threshold’ exists for EIGR. An exercise intensity above lactate threshold and for a minimum of 10 minutes appears to elicit the greatest stimulus to the secretion of hGH. Exercise training above the lactate threshold may amplify the pulsatile release of hGH at rest, increasing 24-hour hGH secretion. The impact of chronic exercise training on the EIGR remains equivocal. Recent evidence suggests that enduranc...

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