Make 10,000 Steps A Day Your Target For Good Health
For anyone who is trying to get in shape by walking it is recommended that you aim to walk 10,000 steps a day. While this sounds like a large amount, if you break it down into smaller chunks, it really isn’t. The easiest way to track your steps is by using a pedometer. There are many types available which can clip onto your belt or the waist of your pants.Create Your Own Workout – Choosing Outdoor Exercises
If the idea of working out at a gym does not appeal to you try taking your exercise outdoors. You can get into great shape with minimal equipment, your own bodyweight and some wide open space.Leg Exercises for Women – Trim and Tone
A strong set of legs will not only help you get where you are going but they also look pretty great. Many women hit the gym every week hoping that their efforts will result in trim toned legs. The right combination of nutrition and strength training can help women get the toned and lean legs they are looking for.Four Health Benefits of Running, Run Into Shape
Let’s face it, how many of us can honestly say that when it comes to our overall health and fitness, that we take the best care ourselves that we possibly can? Not many of us we bet, which is why it’s so important for us to change that and begin to take our health and fitness a great deal more seriously. When it comes to looking after ourselves, on paper, things are very straight forward. We simply have to eat less fatty, processed junk food, eat healthier foods, and do more exercise. In the real world however, things are a heck of a lot more complicated. If it really was that easy, everybody would be walking around with a lean Six Pack and 32 inch waist. As far as exercise is concerned, specifically, fat busting, heart strengthening cardiovascular exercise, you simply cannot go wrong with running. Here are just four simple health benefits of running.The 30-Second Easy Exercise Plan
Are you having trouble getting started with an exercise plan? Do you believe you don’t have time to exercise? This article will give you a simple, easy way to get started.Marathon – How to Prepare Just Before the Run
What to do in the hours before the run. How to make sure you run at your best.Are Light Weights The Best Way To Burn Fat?
Are light weights the best way to burn fat? Many trainers and trainees think that higher reps are necessary to increase the burning of fat during training.How Was Zumba Choreography Created?
Popularity of exercise dance classes has grown immensely mainly because not only are they fun but have proven results in weight loss with aerobic benefits and even strength training. So many different types have varied benefits and here we review the routines of Zumba and how this began.5 Great Exercises That Will Help Swimmers
These 5 exercises are designed to help you gain strength in your lats, pectorals, shoulders, quadriceps, hamstrings and core. Swimmers who train outside of the pool can increase their efficiency, speed, and overall performance by targeting these muscles in the weight room.Exercise Doesn’t Have to Take a Lot of Time
Effective exercise doesn’t have to take long. Just 10 Minutes, three times a week can produce some notable results.Help, I’m Injured, and I Can’t Workout!
In the midst of your workout, you feel it… a grind, a sharp pain, a pop… uh oh. After you realize you’ve incurred an injury, your first thought is “UGH… I will need surgery… , there go my workouts for the next 6-8 weeks.” That does not have to be the case! I can say this as I speak, first hand, from my own experience. My parents endowed me with bad knees as a trade off for a great personality. I incurred a complete ACL and partial meniscus tear in my right knee almost a decade ago and most recently suffered the exact injuries in my left knee. The cliché holds true, if I only knew then what I know now, I would have had a better recovery because I would have continued to exercise. A few modifications to your existing regimen is all you need to stay healthy and strong before, during, and after surgery.Muscle Inflammation and DOMS After Training
What causes DOMS, delayed onset muscle soreness? Why does it usually get worse the second day after you train? It was once thought that DOMS was caused by the buildup of lactic acid after a hard exercise session or when the trainee was unaccustomed to training and “overdid” it.