You want your arms to look their best when sporting the lighter summer attire, right? Well, you’re in luck! This circuit-style workout focuses on shoulders and arms, and also incorporates legs for added intensity and calorie burn.
Sitting for long periods of time is not easy on the body. Your back becomes strained, your muscles slack, and the process that metabolizes calories is slowed, increasing the risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease. Well, what if you could combine working … and working out?
You know indoor cycling is a great cardio workout, but did you also know you can use the bike to build your glutes and also work your core?
Did you know that several studies show that people who walk regularly with their dogs are in a better physical shape?!!!! Yes ;) Dog owners who regularly do activity with their pets exercise in average 30 min more per week than people that do not have dogs.
This week I wanted to share a full-body circuit workout that requires only your bodyweight and no gym. This quick and efficient circuit will keep your metabolism fired up and your body burning fat all day long!
Working out at home can be so beneficial, as long as you keep your distractions at bay. Check out my top three tips for staying focused while getting in a killer workout.
There is nothing wrong with working out inside the gym, but every once in a while it’s important to move the workout to the outdoors. Smell the air, feel the sun and sweat your ass off with this 15-minute full body outdoor workout.
What do you know about vacation fitness? That’s a term you don’t hear often, right? After all, for some people, vacation is a time to relax, drink, eat and forget about fitness.
With the warmer weather finally here, many people are switching from running inside to outside to take in the sunshine after a long winter.
Stretching needs to happen on a regular basis to help prevent injury, improve range of motion in the joints and mobility and improve posture. It helps keep the muscles flexible, strong and healthy! Regular stretching keeps muscles long, lean and flexible.
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