Life is busy for most of us, and finding time for a workout can be challenging. When you do find that time, you want to make sure you're getting the most ''bang for your buck,'' meaning you're being as efficient as possible wi... Read more
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Depending on where you live, weather conditions can vary greatly throughout the year. If you enjoy exercising outdoors, the different seasons certainly bring their share of joys and sorrows. Who wouldn’t enjoy walking, running, or biking on a w... Read more
Snow enthusiasts everywhere are counting down the days until they can hit the slopes. Both skiing and snowboarding are fun and exciting winter pursuits. But these demanding physical activities also pose high risks. Without proper training, you won... Read more
Whether you want to help the environment, cut down on your gasoline expenses, or simply exercise in the great outdoors, cycling is a great way to get fit and have fun at the same time. And it’s one of the fastest growing leisure activities in t... Read more
I'm bummed out! I live in Mountain Time, and didn't get a chance to log into my page until now, it's just before 11pm, and it won't give me my Log In points for today! That's one of my streaks I'm tracking, and it won't reflect today on my page :(... Read more
I will admit that I'm just starting to include ST in my routines. Not that I haven't before, but this time I am more serious about it.
I tried doing extreme abs and extreme abs 2 but I just couldn't complete all th... Read more
I've just started doing squats and varios similar exercises. Is it effective to do multiple reps to complete.. example 50 squats over the day or do you have to do them all in one go?
Iv been doing 15 squats a time, multiple times a day due to a... Read more
I was wondering if there is a certain number or reps and sets that I should stick by when working out on weight machines or with similar activities? I do two sets of ten per machine typically. My other question beyond that was how do I know whether t... Read more
I like the power putty mountain climbers use better than stress balls or those little balloon things that break. I keep it in my purse for any time I have to just sit. It feels nice in my hand, won't roll or break.... Read more
Straight up military style calisthenics and drills will help you shed pounds and tone up without a gym or ANY equipment whatsoever aside from shoes. I'm talking Jumping Jacks, Sit-Ups, Push-Ups, High Knees, Mountain Climbers, Steam Engines, Up Downs,... Read more
Perhaps our best and most thought-provoking roundup of links yet. So You're Feeling Too Fat to Be Photographed... Huffington Post WomenA photographer shares poignant thoughts on what really matters when you step in front of a camera. Spoiler aler... Read more
When we think of strength training activities, many of us think of free weights, weight machines, resistance bands, even medicines balls, but how many of us think of using a simple household item like a bath towel or dish towel to help us build musc... Read more
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