If you’re not living and working toward the 80% rule, look at your lifestyle and start today to make a change. Usually it takes being extremely honest with yourself about what you want. Here are 21 quick fitness and lifestyle tips for you to help you get to where you want to go. Enjoy, apply, and repeat…
You don't have to spend countless hours in the gym to get back into your favorite bikini. Some of my best workouts are actually done while playing with my kids at the park. If you don’t have time for the gym or don’t want to work out there, it’s OK— there are other ways to burn calories and shed that winter coat!
Exercising regularly, healthy eating and drinking enough water are necessary to stay fit. But did you know that stretching has many benefits and contributes to your fitness goals?
Training like an athlete can be modified based on the level of the participant, but the basis behind it is to perform large muscle group movements, lift heavier weights than you are normally used to and have an overall plan that cycles throughout the year. Here are some specific details about developing your athletic movement training program:
Although any type of physical activity can have positive health benefits, the benefits of steady-state cardio training from a fat-loss (without muscle loss) perspective are often misunderstood and overstated. Especially because research has shown aerobic activity to be the optimal mode of exercise— over resistance training— for reducing body fat in a timely fashion.
Women are more quadriceps dominant than men, and therefore tend to have weaker hamstrings. And having weaker hamstrings makes females more prone to knee injury. So, by emphasizing the top seven hamstring exercises provided in this article, you won’t just build sexier, better looking legs— you will also build a stronger, more well-balanced lower body that may be less prone to knee injury.
Out of all the muscle groups in the body, the region I get asked about most frequently by women is without a doubt the glutes. Women want to know which exercises they should be performing and which protocols they should be following in order to optimize their gluteal development. While these considerations are indeed vital in order to enhance the shape of the glutes, progress all starts with the mind-muscle connection.
Working out is good for you—we all know that. I have never met a client or prospective client that doesn’t understand why they need to add training into their weekly routine. The two biggest barriers to successfully getting those workouts into said routine are ultimately, “I’m not sure exactly what to do” and “I just don’t have the time.”
In today’s article, I want to share with you a fast and furious training session you can implement into your routine today.
Yoga and Pilates are excellent forms of exercise that have numerous health benefits. I encourage you to give each a try to see if you enjoy the training. This article does not attack Yoga and Pilates methodology, it attacks the marketing tactics used by some of their practitioners. I‘m sure you’ve heard the claims.