Get Stronger with Unica
Made to blend perfectly with a stylish environment thanks to special materials and design details, this multi-function bench is ideal for strength building routines.
Personal training add-ons
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All about getting stronger
To see how you can get stronger – keep up-to-date with these recommended reads from the wellness lifestyle blog.
Benefits of Base Training for Cyclists
With the expression ‘Base Training’ it is intended a training period, executed at the beginning of a periodized plan, where sessions are at a moderate intensity with an heart rates below 75% of the maximal one.Read more
An Introduction to get stronger
There is no excuse for not getting stronger. Often, people worry that doing strength training might turn them into body builders, but strength training is crucial for overall health and preventing chronic diseases.Read more
How to get stronger effectively
A strength exercise is completed in a very short period of time, and you need to follow a few simple rules to avoid harming the muscles involved in certain movements.Read more
The benefits of getting stronger
The benefits of strength training are numerous; from helping to prevent illnesses and diseases to better posture and balance, better sleep and the reduction in stress and anxiety.Read more
Questions & Answers
From understanding what sarcopenia is and how building strength can prevent chronic diseases to knowing how many workouts you should do a week – discover all the answers to your questions.Read more
Tips to achieve your goal
Warm up properly
Always warm up properly and prioritise the muscles that will be used the most.
Find a comfortable position
Always find a comfortable position when using specific equipment and keep the same settings in all workouts.
Understand your body better
Try feeling the movement of the exercise and understand which muscle area you are working on. It will help you get in touch with your body to know when you’re overdoing it with weight loads or when they’re not enough.