To improve your core strength, incorporate a few of these ab exercises into your weekly workout routine. You can do them in addition to your cardio and other training, or you can dedicate a set amount of time specifically to your ab-work. Either way, start focusing on your abs now for a stronger, healthier body in the long run.
But here’s the thing: while avoiding the angry, spring-fevered gym crowds might be a good idea, skipping your workout is not. Here’s why:
Dedication and consistency matter—especially when completing your workout is the last thing you want to do.
Now that spring is here (almost!), it’s time to do some spring cleaning—and not just the dusting/sweeping/mopping/re-organizing kind. While we definitely recommend disinfecting your home and cleaning out all that winter dust, in this blog we’re talking about spring cleaning your health routine.
kipping your workout session doesn’t have to mean forgoing exercise altogether. Even if you aren’t able to get a sweat sesh in or show up for your fitness class, you can engage in exercise that is beneficial to your body. Here’s how:
To jumpstart the year, we thought we’d share this killer back-to-work, post-holiday HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training) routine. This workout is a fun, high energy sweat sesh and it’s the perfect way to burn off all those drinks and sweets from the holidays! Make sure to bring your bottle of water—you’re going to need it.
To help you stay on track with your goals and to get you excited about workouts this fall, here are two quick (but brutal) “back-to-school” workouts. It’s still warm outside and these workouts are perfect for late summer days or even chilly autumn mornings. Make sure to bring a bottle of water and a Vukoo bar for post-workout fuel.