cardio

Balance Cardio, Strength and Flexibility

February 25, 2013
yoga

This is a guest post by Lexi. It is important to balance cardio, strength and flexibility in your fitness routine, as you want every part of your body to be healthy and working at it’s full potential. Most people, especially men, tend to focus on strength training, and not realize the many benefits that yoga […]

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How Does Playing Sports Weigh Against Aerobic Exercise for Burning Calories

August 5, 2012
playing sports

This is a guest post by Janet Lynch. For years, athletes and experts alike have argued over which is better for burning calories – aerobic exercise or sports. In taking a closer look, however, it is important to narrow down exactly which sport or sports are being analyzed, as there are some that require a […]

Shooting Off the Calories with Tagging

March 17, 2012
Laser Tag

This is a guest post by Penny Cooper. Laser tag is a military-style game where your aim is to shoot off your opponents. The more points you or your team accumulates, greater the chances of you winning. The guns used are a replica of military weapons the only difference being, they emit infra-red beams instead […]

Stay fit: MMA Gear Helps You Train Like a Fighter

November 18, 2011
mma gear

This is a guest post by Alexia. When watching a mixed martial arts (MMA) match on television or in person, one thing that stands out for many is the toned and muscular bodies of the fighters. MMA fighters train for hours almost every day to achieve this great physical form. Most have been working on […]

Getting Rid of the Flab During and After Losing the Weight

October 3, 2011
Skin

This is a guest post by Erin Weems. The Problem So, congratulations! You’ve worked hard and lost all that weight, but crap. Now you have flabby skin as a thank you note from your body. Lovely, and thoughtful too don’t you think? Many are afraid of losing weight too quickly even if they can’t always […]

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Workout Routines: Burning Fat vs Gaining Muscle

July 24, 2011
Workout Routines

This is a guest post by Esther Spencer. You’re working hard to look your best. You’re either trying to lose fat or build muscle. You’ve cleaned up your diet, but you need a routine to help you reach your goal. No problem. We’ve got a few tips on workout routines for each goal so you […]

3 Top Reasons You Do Not Have A Six Pack

April 4, 2011
Six Pack Abs

This is a guest post by Mark. A lot of people do not understand the amount of work that’s involved in achieving an impressive six pack. Some are genetically blessed with a nice defined flat stomach whereas others have to work for it. Just because you need to work for it should in no way […]

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12 Minutes To Burning Fat All Day!

March 31, 2011
HIIT

This is a guest post by BUM. Want to burn fat and keep burning it throughout the day? Then wake up and do some HIIT Cardio! The concept of doing High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) first thing in the morning is that it speeds up your metabolic rate, which means that you will keep burning […]

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How Can Trampolines Help Burn Body Fat?

October 16, 2010
Trampoline

This is a guest post by Joe Johnson. There are a multitude of gimmicky fitness gadgets out there, you know they type, often advertised on some late night infomercial by a grinning orange yank, they promise to ‘get you ripped in 10 days’ or loose ’10 pounds of fat in week’. Some of us are […]

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