Strength Training Gyms Sikeston MO

Local resource for strength training gyms in Sikeston. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to strength training machines, strength training workouts, strength training guides, and strength training plans, as well as advice and content on aerobic training and weightlifting.

Charleston Health Club
(573) 683-6835
2751 East Marshall Street
Charleston, MO
 
Moo Sul Kwan Martial Arts Institute
(573) 472-1110
801 S Main St
Sikeston, MO
 
YMCA of Southeast Missouri
(573) 472-9622
602 Tanner St
Sikeston, MO
 
Curves For Women
(573) 481-0833
930 S Kingshighway St
Sikeston, MO
 
Body Fx
(573) 649-3988
106 S Washington St
East Prairie, MO
 
Capital Health Care
(573) 635-1194
PO Box 1210
Sikeston, MO
 
Regal Health Club
(573) 472-6185
508 N West St
Sikeston, MO
 
Pil Sung Martial Art Institute
(573) 472-2311
420 N Main St
Sikeston, MO
 
Davis Communications
(573) 471-4413
2408 E Malone Ave
Sikeston, MO
 
Mississippi County Airport Semo Skydiving Club
(573) 683-2500
Highway 105
Charleston, MO
 

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The old fashion bench press and bicep curl are great for those that love the classics but there are a dozen new ways to get some resistance training. Go to your local gym and engage in a functional training class where they employ resistance bands. There are resistance band workouts you can do at home with the aid of a DVD or personal trainer. One of my personal favorites is the use of Kettlebells which can be found on a website called dragondoor.com.

Kettlebells take up very little space and can be used to do dozens of different workout that will tax your aerobic capacity and offer resistance training at the same time. Don’t get stuck in the old fashion “3 sets of 10 reps” rut. Try some of the classic lifts with barbells or dumbbells but do it as part of a circuit training routine. Do this with friends to make it challenging or competitive. 

Bottom line is that this type of training is very enjoyable and extremely beneficial so if you hold some limiting beliefs then do some open minded exploration on the topic and find an alternative you find engaging. 

One of my personal favorites is a circuit that employs 30 seconds of exercise followed by a 15 second rest as you move to the next station. Don’t count reps, just go for 30 seconds. Mix the stations up such as: abdominal crunches, bicep curl, punching against band resistance, box jumps, another ab station, push ups, ham curls, ...

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