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5 Workouts To Try This Month

Working out is scientifically proven to provide endorphins, the same kind you get while sneaking a big piece of dark chocolate while the kids are playing in the other room. The difference being, exercise endorphins actually whittle your waistline, instead of expanding it. I can focus on two of my needs at once. Ever the multitasking mom, I make sure that even my workouts are twofers: Since private time is at a precious premium, I throw in a fitness DVD (say, one from Tracy Anderson) and then I turn the volume down and fire up a fun show or podcast (say, "This American Life"). It's a system that combines genuine entertainment with physical stimulation -- and both on the cheap. <br>Source:

For South Floridians, the options are endless. Take a look at the 5 workouts I strongly feel you should try out this month. The 5 listed are: Skateboarding Golf Swimming It is very possible you could come across one you haven't tried that accommodates program Shin Ohtake and is suitable for both your interests and lifestyle! Enjoy...and get moving! <br>Source:

Fitness expert Ben Greenfield says Tabata workouts torch fat fast (Video)

We were doing shoulder presses, and his testosterone-fueled urging to do one more, Marc one more! struck me as the only similarity to gyms back home. In gregarious Italy, health clubs are as boisterous as bars, and in the locker room full frontal was not only the norm but the expectation. When in Rome, I thought later as, tired of the funny looks, I threw my Anglo-Saxon modesty aside and whipped off my towel. <br>Source:

Workouts without borders

He was also carrying some of his friends' belongings to Dumpsters. He would have preferred the weight room. "We'd go down there to lend a hand," Coburn said. "It was just a lot of cleanup. With water damage, you've got to throw a lot of stuff out. <br>Source:

5 Dance Workouts for People Who Can't Dance

"Tabata training is uncomfortable, but it is a great way get a better body fast," Greenfield wrote Sept. 3. on the HuffingtonPost . "[It] can also significantly boost your metabolism and improve both your aerobic and anaerobic (sprint-style) cardiovascular and muscular endurance." While many people dread exercise because they think being fit requires slogging away at the gym for hours every day, Greenfield says Tabata workouts spanning eight to 15 minutes can dramatically improve your appearance and physical conditioning. In fact, "Superman" star Henry Cavill , a former rugby player, did Tabata workouts to achieve his rippling "Man of Steel" physique. "If you just want to burn fat, get a better body, and target trouble spots on your body that you want to tone, you'd be surprised at how little you can actually exercise," wrote Greenfield, author of Get-Fit Guy's Guide to Achieving Your Ideal Body . <br>Source:

Flyer's workouts included cleaning up flood damage

for people who are more likely to make others laugh, rather than impress, with their moves. Tanita Fadyeyola and her devoted "Afrofunkies" 5. AfroFunk Dance Fitness Finally, a dance where your limbs flailing in all directions is a sign that you're doing something right. Led by Tanita Fadyeyola, AfroFunk combines African, Caribbean, hip hop and funk dance movements in a way that encourages beginning dancers to not care about what you look like and, instead, soak in the positive energy while rocking out to the drum beats. The simple choreography is broken down into low, medium and high impact, and soon you'll be jumping up and down, thrusting your hips and throwing your hands in the air without a care in the world. Plus, every month at Heartbeat House , the class is accompanied by a live drummer. <br>Source:

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