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The trick to getting fit, other than being active, is to find an activity that you enjoy doing. Use accessories: Hula hooping, spinning and Pilates balls are all great ways to revitalise your workout and make it enjoyable. Also, these accessories
The Leeds Elementary School Jump Rope Team dazzled the crowd with leaps, flips and tricks while jumping rope. The team is made up of 42 first through fifth-grade students who perform a series of fast-paced stunts during an approximate six-minute long
It's not that cardio training is bad for you; it's actually quite the contrary. It's great for you, but the problem is, it's boring, takes up a lot of time, and 10 minutes after your done, you feel as if you never did anything at all. Of course I am
Catwalk cross Stand with feet together, knees soft, elbows bent 90 degrees, holding jump rope handles with rope behind you. Swing rope overhead, then cross arms in front of body and jump over rope (as shown)...This article originally appeared on Self.
Millions of us reach for a coffee at least once a day to boost our alertness and counter flagging energy levels. But what if there was a free alternative that worked even better?...Writing for The Daily Beast , he explained: ' Whenever I need a pick-
The ability of the heart and lungs to provide oxygenated blood to tissues, coupled with the the muscles' proper use oxygen is called cardiovascular fitness...It involves using the larger muscle groups during sustained physical movement. Most physical
Stories Richard Simmons didn't become a world-famous fitness guru by playing by anybody's rules. In his traditional flamboyant style, Simmons dropped in on Neil Cavuto's Fox News show, ostensibly to talk about eating healthy. FOX News The flamboyant
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While trail and off-road running is becoming increasingly popular, many runners are still reluctant to incorporate it into their weekly routine when they are training for a goal road race. There is the fear of injury, the perception that it's not
An analysis of studies on millions of children around the world finds they don't run as fast or as far as their parents did when they were young. On average, it takes children 90 seconds longer to run a mile than their counterparts did 30 years ago.