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By kimfitness on Feb 26, 2012 10:00 AM in Tips & Updates The ideal workout is one that produces the most results in the least time. While there are some people that enjoy long hours in the gym, the majority would like to get their workout done and get on with their day.
E ver since I watched Bruce Jenner win gold and the title of "The World's Greatest Athlete" in 1976, I’ve always been drawn to the decathlon.
By kimfitness on Aug 05, 2012 10:00 AM in Tips & Updates For most people, exercise is just a means to an end.
The newest way to shape up your belly, butt, and thighs without stressing your joints: Flip your workout upside down!
Exercising can become repetitive and some might even say boring when you don’t know exactly what you are going to do at the start of a workout. It’s easy to quit simply because you aren’t in the mood or you don’t know what else to do. To prevent becoming a victim of exercise boredom try to mix up your workout sessions with new and challenging moves.
Intrigued by research spotlighting eccentric training as one of the most effective ways to get firm, we asked fitness expert Chris Freytag to create a superfast shape-up exercise routine using this unique technique.
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Y ou don't need a gym to experience a great workout.
People often say that they don't have time to exercise, but I disagree. Everyone can spare 10 minutes a day to work out.
Before Gail Devers won the 100-meter dash at the 1992 Olympics, she spent countless hours on the track. But you know where else she spent her time?
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One-at-a-Time Biceps Curl Grab one dumbbell in each hand, palms facing forward. One arm at a time, raise one dumbbell by curling your elbow and lower it back down after a short pause.