Lacey Dunn is a 21-year-old full-time dietetics student at the University of Georgia. She is also a full-time crazy cat lady and cat momma to a beautiful baby calico named Maple, and has a popular instagram @faithandfit that she updates daily with inspiration, fitness tips and recipes. Lacey grew up cheerleading for a large part of her life, and now competes in the NPC.
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.
Over the past year, I’ve had the unique privilege of interviewing quite a few women who are very successful in fitness. They all have different and unique backgrounds and stories, but I’ve found that there are three traits that each of them possess. These “secrets” have propelled them to be successful in their own fitness goals, their careers, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and being happy.
Tanya Voshell is the owner and founder of fitgirlnation.com, NPC competitor and personal trainer in New York City. She is truly following her passion, and inspiring thousands of others along the way. I was able to sit down with her and find out more about her story, what motivates her, her training and diet regimen, and one of her favorite recipes.
I put together this workout, which has allowed me to train legs harder then ever by working around pain buildup. I really concentrate on quads first to make sure my hamstrings and glutes don't tighten up too early in my workout.
Ready for a sure-fire way to toned legs and rockin’ abs for the beach this summer? Great! This is not going to take long (actually just five to six minutes per day), but it will be challenging!
Firming and toning the butt has always been difficult or impossible for many women— until now. Follow our program, and in just 10 weeks you will see measurable changes in the shape and appearance of your butt that will astound you.
Tiffany Lee Gaston is one of the most prominent fitness models and writers in the industry. She has been on seven magazine covers, and is authoring her own book From Broken to Badass. She is also a wife and mom of three beautiful children, and graciously took the time to share some of her fitness tips, recipes, inspiration, and beauty regimen with FitnessRx for Women.
This is the last installment of my Leg-Shaping Cardio Series with Part 4: The Stationary Bike! I try to stay away from the bike, because unless I am really focused I have tendency to just cruise and not push it too hard. But here is another option for cardio, so you now you have four cardio workouts to choose from on different pieces of equipment to make your cardio schedule for the week.
The general problem with most back exercises is that they are hard to do and require a large amount of energy, so it is tempting to skip them when you are in the gym. Yet having a firm, straight and shapely back is certainly worth the investment in effort and time. Although demanding, there are not many exercises better than rowing.