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6 Workouts That are Easy on your Joints

Many people who suffer from joint issues avoid exercise. However, there are a number of effective workouts that you can do that are easy on your joints. Below is a list of low-impact workout options: Swimming Swimming is a great…

How to Ease Back into an Exercise Routine after an ACL Injury

Anyone that has torn their ACL knows just how overwhelming this particular injury can be. Unfortunately, these tears are extremely common and will require a comprehensive rehabilitation plan in order to get back to one’s exercise routine. Here are some…

Biceps Building Blocks: What Needs to Change in your Workouts

  Muscular biceps are visually impressive as well as highly functional. If you lift heavy for your job or need strong arms for sports, you can benefit from targeting these muscles during your exercise routine. Here is what you should…

Bicep-Busting Moves to Add to Your Free Weight Training

To get a great workout, you don’t need to belong to a gym. With a few free weights, it is possible to target your biceps, torch calories, and build muscle. These bicep-busting moves are a great place to start, and…

Best Cardio Exercises You can do without the Gym

Cardio related exercises are some of the most important you can do for your body and your heart. When you work your heart, you decrease your chances for heart disease and other illnesses. When many think of cardio exercises, they…

Workout Tricks to Give You More Defined Abs

Getting into shape and toning up muscles is a goal many of us have. Many times, shaping up the ab area is one of the most difficult. If this is your current fitness goal, you should know that there are…

Fat Blaster Moves to add to your Workout

When looking to lose weight and get fit, most of us find ways to change our diet and exercise regimes, but sometimes you need to add a little boost to kick start the weight loss journey. By adding some of…

The Five Most Common Running Injuries and How to Deal with Them

  Although many people believe that prolonged suffering from injuries is part of the running lifestyle, this does not have to be the case. With the help of preventative steps and some simple aftercare maintenance, these five most common running…

Home Gym for Cheap: How to Not Spend a Fortune on Exercise

Has your stomach gotten a little bigger than you planned? Did too many holiday sweets make the bathroom scale your new worst enemy? If so, then it might be time to consider setting up a home gym. The project, when planned…

Home Gym: What Every Serious Bodybuilder Needs

Creating a home gym is convenient when you don’t have time to travel to another location everyday and are rigid about their exercise schedule. For a serious bodybuilder, exercising at home means you’ll be able to workout, get that lean…

Senior Fitness: Stay Safe While Staying in Shape

There are many benefits seniors can reap from exercising on a regular basis. Regular exercise can help you maintain your independence, manage or prevent chronic illnesses, and reduce pain. Below are some tips that will help you stay safe while…

7 Ways to Motivate Yourself for a Healthy Lifestyle

More often, you find yourself on very busy and tight schedule that drastically affect the way you are living. A good exercise and eating habits can make a big difference in your life span, but can be very tricky when…

Winter Chills: Best Prevention Tips Against Disease This Year

Staying healthy during the winter months is a challenge. Pneumonia, influenza, the common cold, and bronchitis are just a few of the many illnesses prone to spread during the winter months. The cold weather has a tendency to weaken the…

Barefoot Running: An Alternative to Running Shoes

Running is one of today’s most popular sports and is considered one of the best forms of cardiovascular exercise. However, running is not without drawbacks because it is the cause of many leg and foot injuries. One of the newest…

4 Ways You can Develop Lean Muscle

If you’ve ever hung around a gym or spent time on online bodybuilding blogs or forums, you’re likely to have heard quite a few theories on how best to build muscle. However, when it comes to creating a defined physique,…

High Intensity Interval Training Routines

If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I favor high intensity interval training routines over any other workout programs. The reason is HIIT burns fat much longer and gets you in shape much quicker than most exercise…

Partner Workout Challenge Routine

If you’ve been following this blog, I’ve mentioned several times in the past that a partner workout routine is great if you have a hard time finding motivation to work out on your own, or if you just want to…

Gym Junkie: Best Workouts For Your Arms

Let’s face it, few things are as attractive as a nice set of strong, sculpted arms. The thing is, there’s no point having them if your arms don’t match the rest of you. Working out at a gym can be…

How I Built Big Legs and How Skinny Guys Can To

Believe it or not Ronnie Coleman wasn’t born with legs dubbed ‘quadzilla’. Believe it or not, I didn’t have huge muscular legs before I started training. (I personally don’t think they’re huge now, but i’ll never turn down the compliment.)…

Five Stretches Runners Should be Doing before Every Run

Hamstring Stretch Runners often complain about tightened hamstrings, loosen them up before running with this simple stretch. Lay on the floor and lift one leg in the air. Place a towel in the arch of your lifted foot. Pull the…

Back and Bicep Workout

You will normally find back and bicep being combined in people’s workouts as they tend to hit the same muscles when performing exercises. It is normally recommended that you begin with a compound exercise, meaning an exercise that uses more…

Best Stretches for Those With Stiff Hips

Stiff hips are a problem for many people, including dancers, cyclists, stay-at-home moms, and runners. Some people may also suffer from stiff hips that are due to injury or diseases, and it is very important for these people to participate…