Upper body (arm) ergometers aren't a gym staple, but they're becoming more readily available in physical therapy offices, hospitals, universities and modern gyms. Targeted to meet the fitness needs of individuals who cannot use their legs for... Read more
Medicine balls are a great way to exercise any area of your body, whether upper, lower, or core. There are different sized exercise balls from 2-12, that you can use for numerous different exercises.
Medicine ball training is suitable for... Read more
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Whether you have a disability or a chronic condition that limits your mobility, exercise doesn't have to be out of reach or even painful. In fact, depending on your condition, your health care provider has probably recommended that you increase y... Read more
The shoulder is the most moveable and unstable joint in the body. The "ball" in the upper arm is actually larger than the socket that holds it, and with the range of motion being so great, it is susceptible to injury.
To remain stable,... Read more
So what do you guys do?
Do you count calories?
Do you low-carb it?
I am so confused - I've tried everything without much success. The one thing I do know, I have to really limit my dairy. I eat cottage cheese every mo... Read more
Hello !! I lucked into this forum yesterday and its been wonderful for my lifestyle. I've never heard of Spark but I'm a complete fan already as they make it so simple to record and actually see what I'm doing.
A little background - I was in... Read more
When I was in my early 40's I was "old" and by that I mean I acted old, I dressed old and I felt old, that about 10 years ago. In the fall of 2006 I started what would be my most successful weight loss journey of my life and during that time I went f... Read more
I lost 57 lbs but I still feel bad about my body. I think it's because of all the stretch marks and the loose skin (the loose skin isn't as bad as the stretchmarks though). I still have a few pounds to go but I'm very sad that no matter how m... Read more
I have been pretty consistently tracking my food & exercise since February. When I go to the "calorie differential over time" report, I can see that i am eating an average of about 1200 calories give or take. I am also in a deficit of calories becaus... Read more
Keeping hand weights at my desk helps me to squeeze in time for toning arms and upper body. I take two 15 minutes at work and I get up from my desk and use the weights to work my tris, bis, shoulders and upper back. I got funny looks at first and t... Read more
Stand with your legs 16 inches apart and arms straight up above your head. Start making circles with your hand and upper body. You can stand under ceiling lights and try to make circles with your hand fallowing by upper body. Start with 10 in each di... Read more
No one wants saggy or flabby arms that flap like wings when you wave to a friend or raise your glass for a celebratory toast. That back-of-the-upper-arm area is a common trouble zone for women, a place where extra fat and excess skin seems to gather,... Read more
One of my fitness goals this year has been to incorporate more strength training into my routine. I've found that if I'm going to push myself, it doesn't happen with a bunch of exercises I just do on my own. I need a video to follow. So far this y... Read more
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