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Increase Your Step Count with These 8 Tips
Hitting 10 000 steps a day seems to be many people’s goal, and it’s a very important one. The shift brought on by Fitbit and other wearable trackers created awareness around our mostly sedentary lives.
How to Do Squats Properly Step by Step
The ultimate lower body exercise that targets all of your leg and glute muscles, squats are irreplaceable when leg day comes around. Unfortunately, many people don’t know how to do squats properly so here’s a step-by-step guide you can follow.
6 Bodyweight Exercises You Can Do With a Towel
If you’re tired of your usual exercise routine, grab a towel and challenge yourself with some spicy moves. A towel acts as extra resistance as you push hard to keep it on the floor during exercises. And don’t let it fool you, a towel will really crank up the intensity of your workout.
How to Do a One Dumbbell Workout
So, you only have one dumbbell? Great, you have plenty to crush your workout. Even just one dumbbell can add just enough challenge to your usual exercises so you can feel it the next day.
Mistakes to Avoid During Morning Stretches
Morning stretches are often promoted as a great way to start your day and jumpstart your metabolism. Although that may be true, it’s important to remember your body is in its stiffest and least flexible part of your day. Going overboard or stretching wrong can increase the risk of injury or pain.
6 Bodyweight Exercises To Improve Your Posture
If you’re reading this then you definitely know you should work on your posture. To be honest, we all should. The amount of sitting, slouching, and lazy Netflix watching has us waking up with painful sensations way too often. Luckily, there are exercises that can improve your posture.
5 Tips to Stay Hydrated During Workouts
Proper hydration is crucial for the optimal function of your body no matter how active you are throughout the day. Still, working out increases your body temperature and causes you to sweat, which requires more fluids. And it’s not just about drinking water, it’s about knowing when to drink and what to add to make sure you don’t get dehydrated.
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