I have a lot of problems with my posture and I was just thinking that I need to find exercise to build my back muscles. So I was very happy to read this article and see that one-arm rows are exactly what I need to include in my routine.
4/25/2013 1:10:54 PM
I can see fitting in the squats throughout the day, as they fit well with increasing my NEAT (non exercise activity themogenesis. I LOVE the idea of burning more calories when I'm sleeping, sitting, watching TV etc! I can't see myself doing the bicycle exercise though - too many scary flashbacks to Phy Ed classes.
i do 60 or more squats daily, holding a 10 lb dumbbell in each hand and 2 dozen dumbell rows daily or more...and i agree about the kegels should be right up there, not only for good sexual health, but for good bladder control later in life
I've added these to my "other goals" list to develop the habit.
12/24/2012 4:40:08 PM
" Remember that there is no such thing as 'spot-training.' "
--Actually, there is such a thing as spot TRAINING - there is no such thing as spot REDUCTION. You can train individual muscles, but you cannot burn fat from a specific part of your body for the purposes of spot reduction.
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