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There are numerous free and subscription features of Exercise-Reports.com that you can use to enhance your human performance training.
For non-subscribers, here are your free features:
Access to many articles. Information on physiology, nutrition, training techniques, muscle mechanics, and much more. If you setup a reader account, you can be notified when a new article is posted from any specific category of Exercise-Reports.com. When you are logged in every page of the Exercise-Reports.com blog has a NOTIFY link in the upper right-hand corner. This link takes you to a menu which allows you to select the categories that you would choose to have an e-mail notification when a new article is posted.
Here are additional features available with a paid subscription:
The most valuable part of Exercise-Reports.com is the online exercise journal with your own personalized records for training, practice and competition. Different plans (see PLANS) are available where you can publish your exercise information to your own private account. You can also e-mail your training session information to have it post to a web page, which you can review at any time. You can attach workout files or make notes of your own training sessions. You can post your goals and affirmations or keep records of injuries or other obstacles. The information is private, so only you, or you and your coach and trainer can access the information.
If you would like to setup an account to enjoy more features from Exercise-Reports.com, check our support section.
Time, Energy, Force, Rest, Nutrition
These are your physical resources. This is life.
Strengthen your stance and expect the best.
Exercise-Reports.com helps you manage your physical resources.