Category Archives: Exercise Tips

Staying Fit During the Holidays



With the added stress of juggling multiple responsibilities and obligations during the holiday season, it’s no surprise that workout programs often get derailed. Even with the best intentions, it can be challenging to maintain a consistent exercise routine in the face of endless shopping, school concerts, end-of-the-year work commitments and parties. » Read Full Story

How to Burn Maximum Calories on an Elliptical

Most of us know that eating too many calories causes weight gain. A calorie is a measurement of the amount of energy that foods produce in the body, and if we don’t use that energy, our bodies store it as fat, which can add pounds. The best way to use calories and help prevent weight gain is through daily activity and exercise. Consider the elliptical machine, which is a great way to exercise and burn maximum calories. » Read Full Story

How to Get Rid of Stubborn Muffin Tops


Belly fat is what many exercisers want to lose the most – including beer bellies and muffin tops. No other body part seems to attract more attention than the abs. And yet, confusion and misunderstanding abound about the best ways to shape up the center of the body. Here, we address smart ways to slim and strengthen the core; but note, these methods yield the best results when done together and consistently over time.

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Starting – and Sticking to – An Exercise Program


While many of us know that exercise is vitally important to weight management and staying healthy, challenges commonly derail plans to start – and stick to – an exercise program. So although the knowledge and intention may exist, the execution and follow-through are typically where people struggle. As a result, more Americans are overweight and obese, and suffering from corresponding health conditions, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease.

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30-Minute No-Gym Workout


Health clubs are great places to get in shape and be exposed to different workouts, equipment and classes. But sometimes it can be challenging to get to the gym due to life’s many obligations or travel commitments. Rather than just suspend your fitness regimen, take advantage of no-gym workouts at home. These routines are typically simple and don’t require a lot of equipment – just simply some space to move. You can do them indoors or outside depending on the weather and your preference.

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