Mistakes New Weight Lifters Make

 

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Based in Massachusetts, Evan Loring currently serves as senior manager of MSDI, where he manages annual budgets for information technology. Previously he was a receivers coach at Harvard University. Evan Loring enjoys playing basketball and football as well as lifting weights.

Lifting weights is a great way to build muscle and stay in shape. However, as a beginner one needs to be careful to avoid making certain mistakes. Men’s Journal magazine asked two-time Olympian Chad Vaughn about the most common mistake he saw new lifters make.

The first mistake, according to Vaughn, is that many beginners have a “close enough” mentality on form and too quickly jump into working with heavier weights without first perfecting their form with small weights. Beginners should work with an experienced weightlifter and start slow in order to ensure they develop the habits of proper form. Related to this, many beginners are also very enthusiastic and lift heavy every day – it is best to give the body a break and only lift three to four days a week at first, following a heavy, heavy, light rotation. Finally, Vaughn notices that many beginning weightlifters simply do not eat enough food. He recommends meeting with a dietitian who can test the lifter’s resting metabolic rate and then advise how many calories he or she should consume in a day.

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MSDI Offers Premium Post-Warranty Support

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An IT professional based in Pembroke, Massachusetts, Evan Loring is a senior manager with MSDI, where he oversees annual IT budgets for large enterprise corporations. Evan Loring also sells new solutions to large companies and reviews support and maintenance costs for existing clients.

In addition to its numerous hardware solutions, MSDI offers comprehensive post-warranty support for servers, network devices, and storage. The company employs a team of expert engineers, many of whom hold high-level certifications on several OEM platforms. The engineering and support teams at MSDI help companies reduce their operating expenses by maximizing the lifespan of existing hardware infrastructure, without ever pressuring clients to upgrade their infrastructure.

Post-warranty support at MSDI includes on-site spare kits, which help companies replace commonly failing components and minimize data loss due to downtime. The engineering team boasts an average response time of less than 10 minutes, thanks to a 24/7/365 Network Operations Center. MSDI also conducts proactive monitoring of client systems, identifying potential sources of failure and ensuring peak performance at all times.