When you hit the gym, are you looking to track your progress, or just blindly going through the motions? If you want real results, you need to understand what you’re doing.
What you’re wearing on your wrist might determine just how well you understand your workout. Exercising in the 21st century means that you can depend on more than just the scale and the mirror to track your progress. Technology has given us access to more detailed data than ever before, directly on our wrists in the form of fitness trackers and, in an even more powerful form, smartwatches. Once you head outside, connected or standalone GPS systems can help you stay on your route, and some advanced devices can even help you identify health issues like AFib to prevent problems before they
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There is SO much more to your core than having six-pack abs. Want to squat heavy? You need a strong core. Like to improve your balance? You guessed it: strong core. Whatever your goals are, though, getting there means incorporating the best-of-the-best abs exercises into your routine.
Technically, your core consists of all of the muscles between your chest and your hips. However, you’ve probably heard the most about your rectus abdominis (a.k.a. your six-pack muscles, which run down the front of your stomach), transverse abdominis (deep abs muscles that wrap around your stomach like a corset), and obliques (otherwise known as your side abs, which help you rotate).
Solid ab workouts incorporate moves that fire up all of these major muscles—and particularly exercises that work ’em all at the SAME time, like deadbugs, hollow holds, and side planks. It makes sense: If you want to see major results, you
Self-driving cars, smart technology everywhere, and now a form of exercise that doesn’t stress you to the extremes. Instead, you simply strap yourself to a piece of equipment and watch your body tone itself. Known as whole-body vibration, this might just be the best invention since sliced bread. But does it actually work? We are about to get into that, and we highly recommend checking out DietFitnessKing.com for more in depth fitness information!
The Skinny on Vibration Exercise
Vibration training, like the name suggests, involves the deliberate exposure of the body to mechanical oscillations. This takes place on a vibration platform, a treadmill-like device that has an oscillating plate in place of the conveyor belt. Standing on this plate vibrates the entire body from the feet up, usually at 30-50 times per second.
So, what’s the point here? The idea is to stimulate the body’s response mechanisms to physical stress.
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But lets face it, life is crazy and unpredictable. And after a long day at work, or watching
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for busy women to go to the gym and take an exercise class. These days, so many women
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You don’t need sweaty, hard exercise sessions to gain the benefits of physical activity. In fact, easy workouts for beginners are better choices when you’re just starting out. And you can do them at home or outdoors, whichever is better or more convenient for you.
Workouts for beginners—especially those who have failed to maintain an exercise program—are specifically designed to build confidence and create life-long habits for well-being. Beginning-level exercise can also help you lose weight and get healthy.
Health Benefits of Easy Workouts
Easy exercise sessions are the building blocks of a beginner fitness program. They will help you create habits that can lead to significant weight loss and lifelong weight management.
These 10 workouts are considered “easy” because they don’t require a lot of fancy gym equipment, their intensity can be adjusted to match your physical activity level, and some can be done from a chair or bed
Are you tired of your old at-home workouts? The ones you dusted off in the beginning of quarantine when you were desperately searching for workouts to do at home? If your old easy-at-home workouts are starting to bore the crap out of you, look no further. We’ve compiled a list of complex cardio moves that will help you get shredded in between your couch and your coffee table.
After all, at least for a few more months, the living room is the new home gym. And because of that, easy workouts — not ones that don’t make you sweat, but the kind that requires little equipment and know-how — are on everybody’s minds. So, if you want to get a simple at-home workout that will make you sweat and holler and cure basic home workout boredom, here you go.
These high-intensity moves are not just good, simple at-home workouts. These
Let’s get straight to the point: you can exercise at home – and get a good workout in – using your bodyweight or simple pieces of kit such as dumbbells, kettlebells or a suspension trainer. Even as you grow stronger and fitter, by increasing your reps, or simply slowing down – or speeding up – the tempo of your exercises (which is easier said than done btw), you can progress your workouts and the effectiveness of them.
We know what you are thinking – bodyweight workouts can’t build muscle. Well, they can. A recent study looked at the effectiveness of the press-up as a muscle-building tool. Published in Journal of Exercise Science & Fitness, over the course of an 8-week training period, the researchers found that, when compared with a similar load to 40%1RM (rep max) bench press, the press-up was as effective for muscle hypertrophy and strength gain.