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5 Simple Bodyweight Exercises That Make A Complete Workout

If you've just started working out, then the number of workout options available can seem overwhelming. However, a few simple exercises can give you a good full-body workout. Plank exercises are good for the core muscles. Squats build strength in the legs and hips. Push-ups work on your arms, shoulders, chest, core, and legs. Dips work on your triceps, back, upper arms, and shoulders. Pull-ups strengthen the core and upper body muscles.
your joints don't creak and ache

8 Exercises To Bulletproof Your Joints And Prevent Injury

Though people think weight training is all about growing muscle, one of the many lesser known benefits of weight training is that it makes...
Doing planks require zero equipment

How Doing Planks Every Day Can Transform Your Life

There are always enough excuses for you to not go to the gym or wake up early to do yoga. Let us, for a...
can help you correct your posture

10-Minute Pilates Routine To Deal With Bad Postures And Text Neck

Have you ever checked the amount of much time you spend looking at your phone screens? Some reports suggest that adults in the United States...
simple exercises you can do at home

The One Workout Routine You Need To Do If You Sit All Day

Sitting all day at your desk makes your body stiff and inflexible. And if you do not hold the right seating posture, it could...
Simple Exercises Using Towel To Tone Your Body

Simple Exercises Using Towel To Tone Your Body

Sometimes, you may not have the mood to go to the gym, but you don’t want to skip exercising either. In such a scenario, you can easily exercise in the comfort of your own living room as long as it is well-ventilated. All you need for this is a bath towel. Simple exercises that tone your body can be performed using a towel, which is meant to offer resistance.
keeps your legs fit

9 Bodyweight Exercises To Build Functional Leg Strength

Leg muscles are something most people ignore, including gym regulars who spend the most part of their time working on the upper body. Strong legs...
strengthen specific muscles with isometrics

6 Zero-Equipment Isometric Moves You Can Do Anytime, Anywhere

Going to the gym is not just about building more muscle. The idea is to strengthen your body and muscle development is but a...

6 Simple Exercises That Will Make Everyday Tasks Easier

We may do a lot of physical activity throughout the day without realizing it. For example, carrying grocery bags, keeping the lawn neat, gardening, cleaning, and even playing with your children in the backyard. If these activities tire you easily, try a regular workout including push-ups, pull-ups, squats, planks, and farmer's walks which can help build strength and stamina.

5 Acroyoga Poses To Try With Your Child

Acroyoga is a partner-based practice that combines acrobatics and yoga. With your child, it’s a fun way to workout. Start with the single plank. It’ll build up her balance, so that you can move into the double plank. The airplane pose uses your legs and core to lift her up in the air. From there, you can progress into front bird or folded leaf pose, which require more balance. Worried about safety? Have another adult help out.
Arm Balances And Improving Stability While Doing Them

4 Arm Balances And Improving Stability While Doing Them

Looking to build upper body strength? Try arm balance yoga poses like the plank pose, side plank pose, four-limbed staff pose, and crow pose. To improve stability while doing them, spread your fingers, engage your core muscles, and split the poses up into parts and practice.
Full Body Workout In Five Minutes

Five 5-Minute Moves That Will Give You A Full Body Workout

In between work, chores and demanding children, we tend to neglect our bodies. If you’ve signed up for a gym but never really had...

10 Simple Exercises To Help Relieve Menstrual Cramps

It's that time of the month and you feel miserable! But you also don't want to skip out on your fitness training, so what...

5 Ways To Measure Fitness And Health

Your resting heart rate is a basic fitness measure. If it’s between 60 and 100, your fitness level is average. You can also check your target heart rate during exercise. Each age group has a target heart rate zone, so you should aim to reach 50 to 85 percent of that number. You can also do a mile run, aiming for 10 minutes or less. A plank tests your core strength, while the sit and reach tests your flexibility.

Aerobic Exercises At Home To Lose Weight

We step into the gym for three major reasons– to lose weight, to shed that extra fat around the belly, and to burn calories....