I plan on doing the Following: Watching what I eat, Adding in more fruits and veggies, cutting out all soda, avoiding sweets as much as possible. Walking on the treadmill from 10 to 20 Mins. daily with additional exercise ball workouts. Also, I am slightly Lactose Intolerant. its possible to lose less then that about […]
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Core muscles in lay man terms are the muscles present at or around the abdomen or the abs. Core muscles is probably the most important muscle group in the human body as they provide form and posture. Apart from that core muscles also provide the human body the ability to withhold bowel and bladder control. […]
Abdominal Exercises WARNING: ab exercises can be hard on your neck and shoulders so be sure to 1) stay relaxed and 2) imagine your neck straightening and your head pulling up and out of your shoulders. At the same time you should feel your shoulder blades lowering away from your neck. Imagine that you are […]
It would perhaps be safe to say that within the last 6 to 7 years of my life I’ve tried out about every workout routine that I’ve found in a fitness magazine or that I found offered at my local gym. Though I am certainly not a body builder by any means, I do believe […]
Keyboards Everyone who sits at a desk for the better part of the day has at least heard the term ergonomic. Recommendations for the best ergonomic office setting range from simply adjusting your monitor to special chairs to sitting on an exercise ball all day. There are even office chairs available now with a ring […]
It is hard to justify gym membership fees when making budget cuts. No one needs to make monthly payments to stay in shape. Exercising can be done almost anywhere – at home, outside, at a park, or in a community center. Exercise opportunities outside the gym exist no matter what the weather is doing, no […]
Abdominal exercises Abdominal exercises are those that affect the abdominal muscles (colloquially known as the stomach muscles). BreakdownsThe abdominal muscles are classified into two parts the rectus abdominus muscle and the obliques.