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Hindu Squats

How to do Hindu Squats with Perfect Form Hindu Squats are a great muscular and cardiovascular workout that I encourage you all to try. They work work all of your leg muscles, just like bodyweight squats, but bring in an

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The Box : Box Hop Over Squats

How to do Box Hop Over Squats. Doing box hop over squats is a great way to strengthen your legs, and get some cardio in an enclosed space. I’ve recently found that you can use a box to work out

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Activity: Swimming

Swimming as an Exercise A few days ago we learned how and why you should make your workouts fun, and swimming is a prime example. Many people have loved to swim since they where children. Other people never got the

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Is the C25K program worth my time?

What is Couch To 5k? Couch to 5k, or C25K as it’s commonly abbreviated, is a program designed to take somebody who can’t run a quarter-mile, and turn them into a 5k (a little over 3 miles) runner. As running is

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Tabata Exercises: Tabata Rowing

Tabata Exercises: Tabata Rowing Tabata rowing sprints are another great tabata method workout. Like the Tabata Burpee, it is an intense exercise that grizzles fat and shreds your muscles. Rowing sprints are a full body exercise, which make it a

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Tabata Exercises: Tabata Burpees

Tabata Exercises: Tabata Burpees Tabata Burpees are a crazy cardio/strength training hybrid that will melt fat and tone your muscles. In what is the tabata method, I taught you what the tabata method is, I made reference to this exercise,

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What is Circuit Training?

What is Circuit Training? Circuit Training is a variation of Interval Training. It is a very old tactic, some might say it’s out-dated, but people still practice it and get fantastic results. It is ideal for when you are trying

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What is the Tabata Method?

What is the Tabata Method? The Tabata method, also known as the Tabata Technique, is a variation of HIIT that was developed by Dr. Izumi Tabata in Japan with the intention of developing a workout that grizzles fat in a short

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What is HIIT Training?

What is HIIT training and how can it benefit me? HIIT training is a style of interval training that’s short for High-Intensity Interval Training. Unlike standard interval training, where the interval and rest periods are typically long, HIIT is intended to

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What are Interval Training Workouts?

What are Interval Training Workouts? Interval training workouts are a popular form of exercise with the intention of burning more fat in a shorter period of time. The term is a rather broad term (like calisthenic), and it can be

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