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11. You Should Know Squats
No pain, no gain. Keep this in mind when it comes to your strength training routine. Squats are far from fun. Most people struggle when it comes to this essential exercise. Squats work the quadriceps, hamstrings and gluteals. In order to get the most out of squats, maintain the proper form -- which consists of keeping your feet shoulder-width apart and your back straight. Bend at the knee and lower your butt. They may not be... Read More

12. Feeling Fat? Clean Up Your Act
Most people think of traditional exercises when it comes to getting their workout on. However, physical activity is more than just walking on the treadmill every day. You can actually get moving and burning calories without even stepping out of your everyday routine. {relatedarticles}We're talking about cleaning house... literally. While it won't replace your regular exercise regimen, it makes for a great addendum, especially when you... Read More

13. Stripping for Fitness: Try a Racy Workout!
It's fun, it's sexy and it's one of the hottest crazes in the world of working out. It's called strip aerobics (or sometimes striptease aerobics), and ladies are doing it in gyms and living rooms across the country. Though inspired by striptease and burlesque dancing, most of these workouts are done in normal workout clothes: tights and leotards or shorts and a t-shirt. Some gyms do encourage dancers to shed their costumes, but in most locations only... Read More

14. What's the Best Exercise Video?
Everyone can benefit from and enjoy exercise, but what if weather, transportation or time restrictions keep you away from your favorite workout? Novice exercisers may feel uncomfortable at a gym or exercising in public, so what is there to do when embarking on a fitness plan? {relatedarticles} You might want to consider exercise DVDs, which are great for getting in a workout at home. But before you run out to the... Read More

15. How to Lose Those Last 10 Pounds
You thought you'd never get here, but you're just 10 pounds shy of your goal. The last leg of your weight-loss journey can often be the most difficult. After all, if you lose a pound a week, then it could still take you another few months. Don't give up hope and don't stray from your plan. Instead, change your workout to extend the duration and raise the intensity. Look for ways to burn additional calories, even if it means adding in an... Read More

16. Exercise: How Much Is Enough?
It's a common misconception that in order to get fit, you must live at the gym. Overdoing it can actually be harmful to your health. Excessive exercising is defined as working out for more than three hours a day and/or being so obsessed with exercise that it interferes with other parts of a person's life.{relatedarticles} Overdoing it can also be frustrating if you set and don't reach unrealistic goals. Also, you will be more... Read More

17. Are You Fit to Climb the Corporate Ladder?
The benefits of regular exercise on your body are undeniable, but did you know that breaking a sweat helps in the workplace, too? Researchers have found that office workers who incorporated exercise into their schedule were more tolerant of their own mistakes and more forgiving of colleagues, plus their work performance was consistently higher. They demonstrated better time management and improved mental sharpness. ... Read More

18. Having Trouble with Your Workout? Get Personal
Regardless of whether you're a novice or a veteran in the gym, it doesn't hurt to have a helping hand when it comes to taking your workout to the next level. This is where a certified personal trainer comes into play. {relatedarticles}For many people, trainers are the ultimate workout buddy. Of course, they come at a price, which is sometimes higher than people prefer to pay. Usually, a certified personal trainer charges $50-$60 an hour,... Read More

19. Make a Run for Fitness
Running is a trendy, economical and high-calorie-burning activity. But it's also one with a high injury rate and one that's not easy on the body. So is there any way for people with bad knees, high arches, osteoporosis, obesity or myriad other health issues to lace up and head out for a run? Seasoned exercisers who like brisk walks might enjoy adding a few running intervals to their workout. It's a great way to burn more calories while... Read More

20. Do You Know Your Peak Time?
Some of us are early birds, and some of us want to shoot the early birds for being so chipper in the morning. When it comes to exercising, it's important to be aware of your body's natural clock. Pick the time when you feel the strongest and most energized to exercise. You will be more likely to stick to your fitness goals. {relatedarticles}There are pros and cons to working out at certain times of day. Working out in the morning... Read More

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