Tag Archive: Workout


Take a 5-minute break and do tree pose. It’s a simple yoga pose you can do anytime and anywhere to relax and ease stress. Yoga is a great way to help relieve stress.… Continue reading


List one low-cost piece of workout gear that you keep on hand for home workouts. It’s nice to be able to squeeze in a little fitness at home. And you don’t need all… Continue reading


Tomorrow is the first day of your workout week. Make a pledge to think, say, or do at least one upbeat thing to start your week on a positive note. Try to find… Continue reading


Do the standing stork stretch today. It can help stretch your hip flexors. Your hip flexors are the muscles in the front of your legs that lift your knees up toward your chest.… Continue reading


One of the best ways to do a dynamic warm-up is to do the same exercise you are planning to do but at a slower pace. Suppose you are taking a spin class.… Continue reading


There are 4 main components to your workout: Frequency, Intensity, Time, and Type. This is known as the FITT principle. You can adjust any of these 4 parts to make your workout more… Continue reading


Here’s how to do it: 1. Sit in a sturdy chair. Scoot forward and place your hands on the edge of the chair on either side of you. Place your feet 10 to… Continue reading


When it comes to your weight, there may be lots of reasons why you want to watch it. It may help you lower your risk of heart disease and other chronic conditions. It… Continue reading


Instead of catching up with your friend over coffee, go for a hike together. Instead of going to brunch with your spouse, head to the park to toss a frisbee. Instead of going… Continue reading


Rewards can help motivate you to stick with your fitness goals. Just make sure to opt for healthy rewards so you don’t undo your fitness gains. You can tailor the reward to suit… Continue reading

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