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5 Medicine Ball Ab Attack Workout
5 Medicine Ball Ab Attack Workout

Abdominal exercises are useful for building the abdominal muscles. A stronger core supports your spine, so you can lift more weight in every exercise. This is also useful for improving performance with certain sports, back pain, and for withstanding abdominal impacts (e.g., taking punches). According to a 2011 study, abdominal muscle exercises are known to Read More…

Man Body Transformation Routine Looks Like A Scene From The Flintstones
Man Body Transformation Routine Looks Like A Scene From The Flintstones

Photographer Robert Gill physically transformed himself for his MFA thesis project titled Before or After Yourself that tried his body, mind, and skill in photography and digital media. He didn’t go to the gym like the average folks, his training was much more extreme. In fact, his routine looks like something you would see in Read More…

Intense Lower Body Blast Circuit Workout
Intense Lower Body Blast Circuit Workout

Writer, foodie, and certified health coach Sarah Kisseli has put together this 12 step circuit that will intensely work your entire lower body. Repeat 3-4 times on training days and keep rests to a minimum. WORKOUT SUMMARY Main Goal: General Fitness Workout Type: Split Training Level: Beginner Days Per Week: 1 Equipment Required: Bodyweight Target Read More…

6 Ways To Relieve Stress With Exercise According To Your Personality
6 Ways To Relieve Stress With Exercise According To Your Personality

Chances are, nobody has to tell you that exercise is a great stress reliever. But here’s the thing: You can reduce stress even more—and make that reduction last longer—if you tailor your workout specifically to your personality type. “The psychological boost of adhering to a program that you enjoy doing is much greater than the Read More…

The LUNGE Exercise Muscle Anatomy
The LUNGE Exercise Muscle Anatomy

The lunge is used by athletes in cross-training for sports, by weight-trainers as a fitness exercise, and by yogis as part of an asana regimen. The great thing about lunges is you can do it anywhere, you can do it at home, do it outside, while you travel, and you don’t need any fancy equipment Read More…

10 Moves to Tighten Your Abs and Sculpt a Better Butt
10 Moves to Tighten Your Abs and Sculpt a Better Butt

Firm your rear and tighten your abs with these 10 remarkable moves.   You’re always busting it, saving it, covering it, or laughing it off, but how much time do you actually devote to sculpting your butt? Not enough. Pretty much anytime you’re standing on two feet, your glutes and hamstrings are hard at work. Read More…

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s leg workout tip to MAXIMIZE quads
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s leg workout tip to MAXIMIZE quads

Here’s a very useful leg workout that focus mainly on the quads by Arnold Schwarzenegger himself. Arnold knows quads because he tried just about every quad exercise there is during his competitive days to ensure that his lower body was well portioned and impressive as his chest, back, and arms. Here are four of Arnold’s Read More…

9 Strength Training Workouts for the Back Muscle ANATOMY
9 Strength Training Workouts for the Back Muscle ANATOMY

The back is one of the most neglected body parts when it comes to routine workouts. It is used in almost every activity you perform, especially lifting, so it is worth taking the time to exercise it properly to keep it supple and healthy. Exercising your back will improve muscle definition, posture and core strength, Read More…

WHY YOU SHOULD TRAIN YOUR BACK MUSCLE
WHY YOU SHOULD TRAIN YOUR BACK MUSCLE

Your back is one of the most biggest and most complex areas of your body. It is used in almost every activity you perform, especially lifting, so it is worth taking the time to exercise it properly to keep it supple and healthy. Exercising your back will improve muscle definition, posture and core strength, helping Read More…

The CRAZY AMAZING CORE Workout Routine
The CRAZY AMAZING CORE Workout Routine

In anatomy, the core refers, in its most general of definitions, to the body minus the legs and arms. Functional movements are highly dependent on the core, and lack of core development can result in a predisposition to injury. The main muscles involved include the transversus abdominis, the internal and external obliques, the quadratus lumborum Read More…