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Bodyweight exercises, also known as calisthenics, are beneficial to people of all ages and ability levels. They're effective, convenient, and will save you time and money.
Once you start working out from home, you may never want to return to the gym. Read on to learn how exercising at home can help you reach your fitness goals.
When making a lifestyle change, especially one related to physical fitness, tracking your accomplishments allows you to enjoy the journey as it’s happening. This Monday, reap the benefits of your hard work by celebrating how far you’ve come.
To prepare you for a healthy and happy new year, we are sharing our most popular Move It Monday articles from 2020, from at-home workouts to FITT tips.
You’re probably thinking: Is foam rolling right for me? The answer is, yes! Foam rolling helps untangle and separate these fibers, which effectively re-establishes the integrity of the connective tissue. Try it prior to or after workouts.
As many of us spend more time indoors, a daily walk can be the perfect opportunity to get up from your chair and take in some fresh air. Although walking alone can benefit your physical health, strolling with a companion can boost your mood and overall wellbeing.
You don’t have to do your 30 minutes of daily physical activity all in one shot. Find creative ways to incorporate more walking into your normal routine.
The health benefits of dancing are often overlooked, but the combination of simple movements and moderate pace makes it an accessible (and fun) form of physical activity for people of all ages and fitness levels.
You don’t need a treadmill, weights or a squat rack to build muscle at home; with a little creativity, you can fashion a number of household items into fitness gear.
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