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  • 9 Exercises to Improve Core Strength

    Core strength is the core of all of your exercises to enable you to do more types of exercises or workouts, such as running, lifting weights, yoga and any other types of workouts that you do.

    The Abdominal Crunch

    Lie on your back on the floor and place both of your feet on a wall with feet flat on the wall and your knees bent at a 90-degree angle. Tighten your ab muscles and raise your head and shoulders off the floor with your arms crossed over your chest. Hold this position for three deep breaths. Return to the start position and repeat.

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  • Exercises to Work your Full Body Out on a Playground

    Whether you have kids and want to kill two birds with one stone, or even if you don’t have kids, a playground is the perfect place to workout your entire body with a variety of challenging exercises. This workout combines the actions of climbing, swinging, sliding and jumping to work all muscle groups in your body and raise your metabolism for a fine chiseled look.

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  • Part IV: The Best Workouts for Women Based on Body Shape

    If you focus on the area of your body that needs the most attention, you can have a lean and taunt overall body. Learn about the four types of body shapes for women and then focus on the exercises that will best help you slim down. The first step is simply to look at your body in the mirror to determine your shape and then perform the correct types of exercises. The Athletic shape is broad through the shoulders with narrow hips and these exercises are here. The curvy body shape is an hourglass figure and the best exercises are here. The Pear shape is wider on the bottom than the top and the best exercises for this shape are here. The straight body shape is the same shape throughout without any curves and the best exercises are here. Continue reading

  • Part III: The Best Workouts for Women Based on Body Shape

    If you focus on the area of your body that needs the most attention, you can have a lean and taunt overall body. Learn about the four types of body shapes for women and then focus on the exercises that will best help you slim down. The first step is simply to look at your body in the mirror to determine your shape and then perform the correct types of exercises. The Athletic shape is broad through the shoulders with narrow hips and these exercises are here. The curvy body shape is an hourglass figure and the best exercises are here. The Pear shape is wider on the bottom than the top and the best exercises for this shape are here. The straight body shape is the same shape throughout without any curves and the best exercises are here. Continue reading

  • Part II: The Best Workouts for Women Based on Body Shape

    If you focus on the area of your body that needs the most attention, you can have a lean and taunt overall body. Learn about the four types of body shapes for women and then focus on the exercises that will best help you slim down. The first step is simply to look at your body in the mirror to determine your shape and then perform the correct types of exercises. The Athletic shape is broad through the shoulders with narrow hips and these exercises are here. The curvy body shape is an hourglass figure and the best exercises are here. The Pear shape is wider on the bottom than the top and the best exercises for this shape are here. The straight body shape is the same shape throughout without any curves and the best exercises are here.

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  • Part I: The Best Workouts for Women Based on Body Shape

    If you focus on the area of your body that needs the most attention, you can have a lean and taunt overall body. Learn about the four types of body shapes for women and then focus on the exercises that will best help you slim down. The first step is simply to look at your body in the mirror to determine your shape and then perform the correct types of exercises. The Athletic shape is broad through the shoulders with narrow hips and these exercises are here. The curvy body shape is an hourglass figure and the best exercises are here. The Pear shape is wider on the bottom than the top and the best exercises for this shape are here. The straight body shape is the same shape throughout without any curves and the best exercises are here.

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  • Combination Exercises with Dumbbells For a Full Body Workout

    Dumbbells are a super versatile piece of gym equipment, but they don’t always get the attention that you should give them. When used in the correct manner, you can get a full body workout with only this one pieces of gym equipment and you can do this workout easily at home or any place you would like to.

    What Are Combination Exercises?

    You can use combination exercises to add strength and give you cardio training at the same time. Compound or combination exercises take two singular moves and mesh them together in one continuous flow. You work multiple muscles and build cardio strength and endurance in one exercise. The faster you do the exercise, the more cardio results you get. The addition of dumbbells makes the exercise that much more intense for the maximum benefits.

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  • Why Sit-Ups Are Bad For Your Middle-Aged Back & The Right Exercise To Try Instead

    Thirty years ago, middle schoolers across the US were holding the feet of their partner and counting the number of sit ups completed. Physical education class would not have felt complete without fitness testing that included the painful crunches on the hardwood gym floor. No pain; no gain. Right?

    While back pain can be problematic for any age group, middle-aged individuals may feel the pain more frequently and severely than their younger counterparts. According to Dr. Noah Finkel, spokesman for the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, lifestyle choices are most likely the culprit. “Men and women in their 30s, 40s and 50s have a high incidence of back problems due to a combination of risk factors that typically appear in middle age,” he says. These risk factors can include:

    • Weight
    • Sedentary lifestyle
    • Sitting posture
    • Stress
    • Smoking
    • Exercise techniques

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  • Unique Exercises to Build Your Glutes

    The biggest and strongest muscle in your body should be your glutes. A strong butt is attractive, but it is also needed to have strong muscles in that area to keep your body stabilized to help you to avoid injuries in all of your daily activities.

    Everyone likes a nice looking butt, but your glutes also are integral to the overall health of your body and they help you to perform more exercises at a higher level. These exercises are not for the faint at heart, but are rather for advanced workouts. Continue reading

  • Looking Bigger with V Taper Training

    A body builder’s best comment is when you call him a V, as in V-taper. This is when your shoulders look massive and then you taper down to a narrow waist in a look that tells all that you are a seasoned lifter. You have to train several muscle groups to achieve this distinctive appearance and work on getting a super tight midsection. You may have to go on a strict diet and do a lot of cardio if you have a lot of body fat around your waist.

    Make these changes to your existing workouts to give you the illusion of being a lot bigger than you actually are. Continue reading

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