Not seeing results when embarking on a quest for enhanced physical strength or cardiovascular endurance can be frustrating.
As gyms close their doors, people are buying up dumbbells like toilet paper. After Spain announced a nationwide lockdown over the coronavirus outbreak on Saturday, a man in Seville put on workout clothes, climbed to a rooftop in his apartment complex, and started...
Congratulations on taking a forward step to get in shape and feel great. Many people are guilty of wishing they could get a sculpted body from eating junk food and watching TV all day. But that is just not going to happen. Even though getting in shape sounds like a long, time-wasting process, the effort put towards being in shape has many positive effects.
A lifetime of fitness offers many benefits including: Decreasing your risk of health problems, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and some types of cancer.
One of the hardest questions to answer in fitness is, “What’s next?” The first step in figuring out this complicated and challenging question is to decide on your goal.
Craig Ramsay has shaped up A-listers from Hollywood to Broadway. He gives you his ultimate tips to get fit, whether you’re new to working out or a dedicated gym junkie.
Shifting your thinking from “I have to go to the gym” to “I can’t wait to see my friends there” can have major results.