A new study published in the February issue of the journal Menopause states that climbing stairs is just as effective as going to a gym or buying expensive gym equipment.
Taut tummies are all the rage, and women worldwide long to secure a superstar six-pack. But, unfortunately, the avenue to amazing abs is cluttered with training evangelism, and everyone has their own opinion, technique or idea about how to best train this often troublesome area. So, how can we find what exercises work best to tone and tighten our total tummy?
If you spend an unreasonable amount time at the gym, you are either over training or wasting time. Get focused, get efficient and use that extra time you save to go shop a new wardrobe for that well-earned physique.
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.
The functionality, variety and mimicking of movements performed in everyday life make the landmine an exceptional tool for the general fitness population. Here is a full-body circuit with an emphasis on core and shoulders.
Soon it will be New Year’s. Tons of people will be flocking to local gyms to start on a journey of transformation and good health— and self-punishment. While I’m truly all for making healthier choices, those of us who attend the gym year-round would like to remind everyone that there are some common-sense rules and etiquette you should be aware of when sharing the gym.
One of the best ways to manage your overall calorie intake and your sugar levels is to have a strategic workout that will do a few things.
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