Monthly Archives: January 2017

4 Kettlebell Exercises for Beginners


Kettle Bell Swing and Squat
Kettle Bell Swing and Squat

Kettle bells have been around for years and have been quickly gaining popularity with fitness gurus around the country in the past few years. These small, but heavy, cannon-ball shaped free weights are great for toning and increasing fat loss—two things everyone wants from an exercise. The exercises below are some of the basic, beginner kettlebell exercises that you can add to your normal routine to blast off belly fat and tighten and tone your whole body.

Kettlebell Swings: Swings are the most basic kettlebell exercise, and they are fairly simple. When you are fist starting out, try to limit yourself to small, controlled swings, and as you get stronger you can try to do some bigger swings.  

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Apply 8 Fabulous Ways to Strengthen Weak Legs


Helping with aching leg pain
Helping with aching leg pain

WHAT ARE WEAK LEGS?

In normal terms, leg weakness is reduction of the strength of the legs. It can be considered as the first sign of paralysis which are the results of pressure of nerves in the lower back area. Leg weakness can come with fierce pain and sometimes loss of touch as well. Those symptoms should be checked carefully since poor lower back condition can be the good environment for leg weakness to develop.

However, leg weakness can be easily mistaken with tiredness and exhaustion after a long hard – working day. In fact, leg weakness occurs when your legs are not able to perform ordinary movements whereas tiredness and exhaustion will fade away once you get enough rest. Besides, it is easy to mistake leg weakness with arthritis or muscles cramps as those latter will prevent your legs from ordinary movements as well because of pain. Weak legs will significantly influence the walking ability thus, it is recommended to take a look at several home remedies below.

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Customize Your Workouts and Become Your Own Personal Trainer


Own Personal Trainer
Own Personal Trainer

Hiring a personal trainer is a huge commitment, especially financially. It is a great way to stay on track with your fitness goals, as there are a lot of benefits to human personal trainers, such as the face-to-face, hands on workouts and live motivation. However, hiring a personal trainer is not realistic for everyone. For many, the cost is a barrier as personal can sometimes run up to a couple hundred dollars for one hour, with some even pricier. Others may find that the time commitment is simply not possibly for their busy schedule. Remember, it is not only your schedule that needs to be considered but also the trainers.

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