After months of quarantined walks, runs and home workout videos we are all growing tired of our typical at-home workout...
First, I want to say that I’m not a health professional by any means. I’m a college student who has...
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Everyone wants those six-pack abs, but getting on the dirty gym floor to do core exercises isn't just gross, it's hard.
I'm proud of my toned legs, but because my arms are weaker, I'm always looking for great arm workouts to build some upper body tone.
The one area of your body you can never work to much is your core. It helps with posture, stabilization, endurance, and overall bodily strength.
Lately, study after study has come out showing that interval training, or burst training, is the most effective way to get in shape, stay in shape and increase endurance. So what is burst training?
Spending lots of time seated leads to general muscle tightness in your entire body, but for most people, it's worst in the lower back and hips. So this week, I've demonstrated a few stretches that are great for relieving tension in those areas.
Eating right and exercising daily is what's really going to get you the "bikini body" you want. One of the body parts that's most exposed in a bikini is your stomach, so I decided to focus on ab exercises this week. This video promises "sexy yoga abs." It's a bit cheesy, but take a look at that lady's stomach! I want what she has.
Cardio kickboxing is one of my favorite workout classes. It's awesome for toning the whole body, especially the arms and abs, not to mention the butt-kicking cardio. But I don't make it to class as often as I would like, mostly because regular classes just aren't in my budget.
Most people think of their obliques as the "side" abdominal muscles, on either side of the "six pack" (actually called the rectus abdominis). That's sort of true – your obliques are visible on either side of the rectus abdominis. But they're actually a deeper layer of muscle – two layers, in fact – situated underneath the rectus abdominis. And those two layers of muscle wrap around your waist, kind of like a corset.