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Peddle Yourself Fit: How to Get the Most Out of a Stationary Bike

I run into a lot of people nursing injuries, or limited by joint issues. Unfortunately, as soon as someone is injured they often quit exercising altogether – but there is hope! It’s called a stationary bike. If you have ever been to a rehabilitation center, you know physical therapist rely heavily on Stationary Bikes. It …

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The Shoulder Shake-Up Workout

Post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Cory Vines.  NOTE: Click on the exercise to view video instruction. 1st Segment: HEAVY 3 x 12 Seated Dumbbell Shoulder Press 3 x 10 Dumbbell Snatch (10 Right/10 Left) 3 x 12 Upright Rows 2nd Conditioning Segment: MODERATE 2 x 10 Step Up & 1-Arm Shoulder Press (R/L) …

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Butt & Delt Live X Power Blitz

How to do this compound workout: This workout uses several different exercises combined together in one fluid (compound) movement. NOTE: Click on the exercises to watch video demonstration of each movement. Tools: Dumbbell or Kettlebell Before you pick up your weight, do 5 burpees. Grab the dumbbell and get ready to work! The compound movement starts …

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X-FIT BLITZ: Jump, Snatch, Squat!

Add this XFit Blitz to any workout to get your heart pumping and your full body working! THE BLITZ 1st Round: 10 reps each 2nd Round: 8 reps each 3rd Round: 6 reps each Jump Rope Snatch (dumbbell, kettlebell or water bottle!) Squat Jump Training Tips: No Rest Between Sets! Go as quick as you can. …

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MORE POWER: Power Yoga Workout

Feature Fitness Tool: MASS SUIT Workout: Simple but POWERful yoga workout (do with or without the suit) Goal: Strengthen, Tone, Burn More Calories, Challenge Balance, Gain Muscle Control & Improve Flexibility Here is a yoga workout Steve Pfiester designed for MASS SUIT. You can go through this whole routine with or without it – but the MASS SUIT definitely makes it much …

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Do a 180 in 2014 and Try This Simple Workout!

Workouts don’t have to be hard – they can be super simple! Just to prove it, do these 3 exercises for 20 reps each as fast as you can. Time yourself to add more accountability, as well as track your progress when you repeat it. It’s a super simple and quick workout that will have …

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Upper Body Partner Workout

If I told you to do 10 push-ups, 10 push-presses and 10 Dips, you probably would go at a comfortable pace. BUT, if I told you to do 10 push-ups, 10 push-presses and 10 Dips while I waited for you in plank position (and I couldn’t rest until you were done), you’d probably be more motivated …

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5 Surprising Fitness Tools You May Already Have

You don’t have to have expensive weight equipment to workout. There are many household items you can use for added resistance in a home workout routine. Here are 5 household items that can enhance your fitness program. 1. A Gallon of Water One gallon of water weighs 8.33lbs. Pick up 2 gallons and you instantly …

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No Pain, No Gain?

PAIN:  noun ˈpān  1. Something that hurts the body. 2. Mental or emotional suffering: sadness. We’ve all heard the saying “no pain, no gain”, but what is pain really – and do you really have to experience pain to get the gain? Personally, I think pain depends on the person. When Steve was trainer ABC’s weight loss …

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Do You Need More Hydration?

Oral I.V. Product Review & Hydration Tips If you live in Florida, like me, you know how insanely hot and humid it’s been lately – and running in the heat is tough on the body. (This is a pic of me & my BFF at the top of one of the bridges we run on …

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