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Jan 14, 2020
Your fitness level depends on getting regular exercise, but how you approach an exercise program will determine whether it enhances your well-being or actually causes a problem — the exact opposite of your intention. Push yourself too hard or use the wrong equipment, even the wrong shoes, and you can injure yourself.

The first tip to remember: Resist plowing full steam ahead into...
Jan 14, 2020
Learn the difference between physical activity and exercise, and how each can contribute to physical fitness.

Physical activity is defined as movement that involves contraction of your muscles. Any of the activities we do throughout the day that involve movement — housework, gardening, walking, climbing stairs — are examples of physical activity.

Jan 03, 2020
Working out in the morning can be difficult, but once you make it a habit you will feel great and have more energy to get through the day. Here are some helpful hints to make morning workouts easier and more rewarding.

1. Plan ahead
Getting organized can make it a lot easier to get out and do your workout in the morning and also...
Jan 03, 2020
Strength training is an important part of staying fit and healthy, especially for women.  Here is why lifting weights is not just for body builders, but for all ages and fitness levels.

1. Strong bones
As women age they become increasingly susceptible to bone loss and osteoporosis.  Although men can also suffer from th...
Dec 26, 2019
What is the best option out of a rowing machine vs elliptical vs treadmill? This is a question we have been getting a lot in recent times.

Before we start giving an answer, we’d like to say congratulations on the quest to seek information about the smartest exercise machine for your fitness needs.
In fact, this is the first step towards achieving yo...
Dec 19, 2019
Working out is important. It gets your body in shape, builds strength and tones muscles. But it's important to know when to rest so you don't overwork those muscles, as well as to make sure you get the recovery your body needs to replenish after a workout. 

Failure to properly cool down after a workout is bad for your body due to the possibility of injuries; plus if you don'...
Dec 13, 2019
Brace yourself (literally) for better movement by avoiding these plank mishaps.

There is hardly a core exercise more basic or notorious than the plank. And when performed “actively”—meaning you’re engaging every muscle you can, from head to toe—it neutralizes the spine and taxes your entire body, which, according to Chris Frankel, head of performance at TRX, “brings awareness to ...
Nov 20, 2019
Here, fitness experts share which cardio machine—the elliptical or treadmill—is better based on your fitness and health goals.

The cardio room is rife with a rivalry more contentious than Kanye vs. Taylor-obviously, we're talking about the elliptical vs. treadmill.

Sure, both pieces of equipment are classified as cardio machines, but each has its ...
Nov 07, 2019
Say hello to your checklist for a hotter you. Follow these fun, practical strategies, and the results you’ve been after are in the bag!

Every woman is familiar with those tricky trouble zones that take a little extra work to tighten and tone (lower abs, anyone?). After a lot of exercise trial and error, I’ve finally found a solid set of moves that help me shape up and feel confid...
Oct 17, 2019
Foam rolling has emerged more on the fitness scene in the last five years than ever before. Now you will see people in the gym using foam rollers while in the past, it seemed only a few professional athletes here and there would incorporate it into their training or rehab. Listed below are four benefits to foam rolling that may just persuade you to incorporate it into your daily routine.
Sep 26, 2019
How Strength Training For Women Differs From Men Adults should strength train at least two times weekly. Advanced lifters should strength train up to six times each week, according to the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). Weight-training recommendations don't differ between men and women. However, men may have a slightly different response to strength training than women.

Sep 26, 2019
Hand grips are compact and portable lever-type devices that you squeeze in order to build up arm strength and muscle. Athletes mainly use them to increase their ability to excel at their chosen sport. Most sports involve the concept of moving weights or transferring the power of your body through the hands. Hand grips allow you to build up your lower arms, and this works to make you a better athlete, whether you...
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