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The latest exercise craze doesn’t involve bells, whistles, flexy bands, or any other special equipment. Instead, it uses you. Body weight training refers to exercises in which you use your body’s weight as a tool for building strength. You’ll recognize ...Read More..
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Here are several small steps that can infuse heart-healthy intensity into your everyday work and play. If you’re new to physical activity, start carefully – be sure you’re comfortable with the walking and general movement advice in the earlier chapters before trying to do more. Then introduce small advances, easing up when you feel you need a break.
|The healthy heart strength plan7|
12 exercises stretched out over a week , designed to improve heart health and strength.
|Swimming: The Pros and Cons6|
Why you should swim - and what to be aware of - before hitting the pool
|Top tips for trimming down in the New Year6|
Personal trainer Joseph Ralph gives readers his top tips to get in shape following the indulgent festive season
|7 fast fat burning exercises6|
Follow our fitness programme, and maintain a healthy, high-fibre diet, for visible results within eight to ten weeks
|Work out at home5|
Can't afford a gym membership? For an inexpensive and convenient way to get and stay fit, try exercising at home.
|Nine Tips for Fitness Success4|
For every ten people who begin a fitness program, as many as seven will drop out in less than six months.
|Resistance band workout4|
This custom workout uses resistance tubing - an inexpensive at-home option - to help you build strong and shapely muscles
|Push-up guide - make this exercise work for you3|
Push-ups aren’t just for guys. Here’s how to make this exercise work for you
Here’s how to devote the equivalent of half an hour a day to exercising if you can’t find an unbroken 30 minutes.
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