Whether you’re new to running or a seasoned aficionado, you should never forget to warm up. And when the weather temperatures drop and it takes much more for your body to adjust, warming up becomes even more important. Check these six exercises off your to-do list before you start logging those miles this winter!
When you can’t spare more than 20 minutes for a workout, every second counts. That’s why carefully planning it out and using a timer can make a huge difference. Here’s an example of a quick and effective morning workout you can do any day of the week.
Thanksgiving involves plenty of delicious food, but it may cause some digestive issues and bloating, especially if you aren’t used to eating some of the ingredients on the regular. Sometimes the best thing you can do to relieve those unpleasant symptoms is to move your body.
The fast and busy-paced lifestyles we all lead combined with not-that-good-for-you foods and inadequate water intake throughout the day can take a toll on your body and cause inflammation, which is thought to be the root cause of many diseases and health conditions.
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.
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.
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.
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.