Topics :: exercise

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Shoulders Like Boulders

By Tom Bonanti | Jan 15
Strong, well developed deltoids will give your upper body that extra flair -- plus, the stronger these muscle are, the more your deep rotator cuff muscles will be protected from injury.

Absolutely Awesome Abdominals and How to Get Them!

By Tom Bonanti | Jan 8
No doubt, a wash-board midsection is the crowning achievement of any physique. In addition to looking sleek and sexy, a lean, toned middle is good for maintaining a healthy, pain-free lower back.

Sticking to It in the Face of Everything

By Blake Beckcom | Dec 18
Sticking to anything can be challenging. We know what we need to do, we know what we ought to do, but with the over-crowded, year-end work pressures and holiday "must attend" events, your best intentions can go awry.

Staying the Fitness Course

By Blake Beckcom | Aug 20
Face it, not all workouts are the same. The point in the end, is that you walk away feeling better about you, due to the "At least I did not bail" factor.

Squeeze in Quick Exercise Bursts in Your Busy Day

May 1
Little bursts of activity may offer the same health benefits as an intense gym session.

Injury-Free Workout Plan

By Blake Beckcom | Apr 24
By following a few simple steps you can avoid most common exercise-related injuries and be well on your way to making this your healthiest year ever.

Customize Your Workout

By Aaron Savvy | Sep 27
Whether it's through boot camp classes, taking Pilates, spin or just good old, weight lifting, I have put together a description of each, allowing you to choose which one works best for you.

Pool Party Abs :: Rockin' the Six-Pack

By Adam Winter | Jul 19
Not only do fit abs look great, they also help to ensure a strong core. A strong core is necessary for great posture, being able to support your body, and the ability to move in a variety of ways, as well as allowing you to have better sex.

Gaining on Pain

By Blake Beckcom | Jun 28
Often times, we use any pain, as an excuse to not work out. Giving up those hard-fought gains - when working around the pain - to help it heal, is healthier and more effective than not doing so, at all.

Sweating with Your Sweetie :: The Pros and Cons of Getting Your Burn on Together

By Blake Beckcom | Feb 22
It's important to take into consideration the pros and cons of working out with your spouse, to insure that both of you are successful in accomplishing your health and fitness goals.

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