This is an exercise program that uses mostly body weight for resistance. For a couple of muscle groups, dumbbells are pressed into service to deliver the right amount of resistance, but most of the exercises depend on body weight. The exercises require very little equipment, take little time, and provide extraordinary health benefits. They’re worth doing!
Devote 60 seconds out of every hour to your fitness goals. Your mind will be sharper, your body leaner, and your metabolism higher. You’ll feel great, and it won’t even feel like you’re working out.
The right kind of weight training can grow muscle in very little time. The 2-3-5, 7-11 program gives you maximum benefit in as little as 20 minutes every 7 to 10 days.
Four different sets of core strengthening exercises that work the upper, lower, and oblique (lateral) abdominal muscles.
Ellipticals are terrific for impact-free exercise. There’s a model you can take outdoors, like a bicycle, and one that works like a stairstepper!
Power Training can be extraordinarily effective for releasing the growth hormone that builds cartilage, sturdy bones, and strong muscle — if you do it in the right way, use the right exercises, and allow sufficient recovery time. This article shows you how to accomplish those goals.
Stretching is good for you. Some general stretching advice is given on how and when to stretch, and on the nutritional supplements to make stretching effective.
Staying healthy is hard work! There’s a lot to do, and it’s easy to over do things and wear yourself out. This article identifies the kinds of activities you need, the best sequence for doing them, and different ways of scheduling them.
Barefoot running is easy on your body, and it does great things for you. But it’s really hard on your feet! But with the right shoes, you can have the best of both worlds.
There’s a lot of technique to running well. It turns out that knowing how to do it right can make it almost effortless, and practically elminate muscle strain, along with virtually any chance of injury. In a word, running can be fun! Who knew?