Hit The Slopes Fit, Not Fat
You’ve book your winter vacation. You’re excited about your upcoming ski trip over a long weekend. You can almost hear your ski’s carving through the snow as you rush down your favorite run. Then it hits you! You haven’t skied in a year and as a matter of fact you haven’t spent all that much time staying in shape either. You’ve gained a few pounds since last years trip and you’ve starting to notice your stamina is not what it was a year ago. You used to hit the gym regularly a few times a week, but this past year work as been crazy, the kids seem to have more going on and the gym has just gotten pushed to the back burner. To put it bluntly, you’ve gotten fat.The Best Exercise For a Flat Stomach
I hope you’re ready for some jaw dropping information that is going to completely blow your mind. I’ve done the research to find you the best exercise that is going to burn all of that unwanted extra fat in your mid section for that ideal look that you want. The exercise is going to surprise you when you find out what it is.Exercises and Workouts – Three Great Tricep Exercises To Try
If one of your trouble spots is your underarms, it’s time to get serious about training your triceps. This is the muscle that runs along the back of your arm and, while training won’t necessarily get rid of all the ‘jiggle’ (you’ll need to lose fat for that), as you do lose weight it will help to tone up the region, adding the definition you desire to have. Here are three great tricep strengthening moves to consider adding into your exercise program…Find Yourself A Foam Roller
Our muscles degenerate from everyday use. Learn how to recover your muscles by using a foam roller.How Exercise Can Fuel Your Recovery
Exercise is truly one of the healthy addictions! As you embark on your new, sober life, exercise will be one of the keys to staying sober and enjoying your sobriety. Exercise can act as an anti-depressant and boost self-esteem. It relieves anxiety and makes you stronger and more relaxed. Read on to learn more…Is Too Much Exercise Bad for You and Your Diet?
Every so often the media will cover a story about how someone, who was seemingly super-fit, very active and of perfectly proportional weight, has taken seriously ill or has even died as a result of their participation in strenuous exercise. This occasionally leads to doubts and worries for people who are trying to increase their exercise levels as part of a diet.Marathoning: The Benefits Nobody Appreciates
Runners often don’t appreciate what they get out of running. Beyond satisfaction. But that doesn’t mean they should be unheard of. They shouldn’t be pushed aside because we’re too egocentric to appreciate them. And that’s the purpose of this article: to remind runner’s how good they have it. All summed up in just over 1000 words – now you won’t have to do it.Kicking Pre-Marathon Nerves in the Face
Marathon nerves are a killer. Everyone faces them – even avid marathoners. But how do you cope? How can they be efficiently handled without crumbling into pieces? This article focuses on some of the things you can do, as a marathoner, do overcome nerves.Type 2 Diabetes – Planning and Getting Started With Your Exercise Program
Did you make a New Year’s resolution to start exercising – but aren’t quite sure how to get started? Exercise is a great way to help manage your blood sugar, lose weight if you need to, and improve your overall health. Here’s a step-by-step list of how to get started.Home Workout Plan – Advanced Chest
Part 4 of the home workout plan is for more advanced fitness gurus. These are a tougher version of the push up to really work your chest. Do these with the intent of going at a moderate pace, not speed push ups.Young and Fit: By Accident Or Intention?
You can be young and accidentally fit but you’ll never be old and accidentally fit. Staying young isn’t possible but staying fit is. Look at your choices and your habits under a microscope. Are you a person who is habitually too busy to exercise? Does your lunch come from a gas station quick mart? Can you be too busy to make healthy choices? Maybe you’re simply comfy where you are, unprepared or unwilling to change your status quo.Benefits Of Exercising This Year
There are many benefits that come with exercising – learn a few here and start a new habit this year. It’s so much easier than you may think and the benefits far outweigh the effort!