Tag Archive: Fit

FITNESS CHALLENGE

These types of workouts can be found in many activities. Choose a wide range of exercises to fit in all types each week. For example, tai chi calls for both balance and flexibility.… Continue reading

FITNESS CHALLENGE

Biking puts less stress on your feet and leg joints than other activities, such as running. Biking may be a good choice if you are recovering from an injury. It may also be… Continue reading

FITNESS CHALLENGE

Studies show that people who work out with others are more likely to stick with their exercise routine. Try circuit training, strength training, or boot camp classes. These classes may use free weights,… Continue reading

FITNESS CHALLENGE

Dancing is an aerobic form of exercise. That means it helps strengthen your heart, increases stamina, and supports lung health. You can join a dance-based fitness class or simply turn on your favorite… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

You may be tempted to relax after a meal. Maybe you like to surf the web, read a book, or watch TV. But why not go for a brisk after-dinner stroll instead? A… Continue reading

FITNESS CHALLENGE

Your core includes your abs and the muscles in your lower back and pelvis region. All movement starts in your core. It is what connects your upper and lower body. If the chief… Continue reading

FITNESS CHALLENGE

Variety is the spice of life, and boot camp classes offer plenty of it. Many feature a mix of squats, pushups, lunges, and sprints. The class might also use free weights, kettlebells, and… Continue reading

FITNESS CHALLENGE

Sure, you can fill out a bracket, but why not show off your skills on the court instead? Basketball can be a great aerobic activity that works your whole body. You work your… Continue reading

FITNESS CHALLENGE

There are many different styles of dance. There’s salsa, tango, ballet, and hip-hop, just to name a few. Pick your favorite style, put on some music, and dance your heart out. For best… Continue reading

FITNESS CHALLENGE

Focus on major muscle groups like your thighs, back, neck, and shoulders. Make sure not to bounce, and aim for about 30 seconds per stretch. Remember that stretching should never hurt. If something… Continue reading

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