Performing exercises that involve multiple muscle groups increases your muscle mass, heart rate and caloric burn. Here are 6 of my favorites!
The TRX continues to be one of my favorite pieces of equipment. Regardless of the exercise, your core is the foundation to all TRX exercises. These six moves will improve core strength and endurance while simultaneously targeting the upper and lower body.
The key to healthy shoulders is to keep them mobile and strong. Use this series daily or as a warm-up before exercise.
Minutes before making my latest workout video, I asked the videographer, “Should I wear a sports bra, or is that too risky?” His reply, “If you want clicks, wear one.”
I bet you have a pair of dumbbells lying around your house somewhere. Good news, this workout is so efficient at toning your whole body that you only have to use one. But be warned, it’s definitely not half the work!
I recently, had the opportunity to meet up with a high school friend I hadn’t seen in 15 years. She said to me, “You’re the same size you were in high school.” My husband quickly jumped in with a, “It’s all genetics!” I was thinking, "Geez babe, yes, I know I have good genetics but give me some credit for working out and eating clean (the majority of the time!)."
This conversation got me thinking more about family lineage and how the health of your parents affects your health.
If you knew you would be happier, healthier and more productive during the workday if you were more active, wouldn’t you want to get up and moving? Of course!
Savvy, health-minded companies offer onsite workouts like afternoon yoga classes and running clubs to their employees. Many have also started implementing walking meetings, which research suggests offers the following three benefits:
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