10 Workouts You Can Do in Your Gym

10 Workouts You Can Do in Your Gym


10 Workouts You Can Do in Your Gym

Here are the simple workouts you can do in your gym.Walking: set a walking exercise machine at your home and can build a small gym at home. If you cannot afford walking machine, you can walk around your home. If you live in an apartment, can go up and down from stairs Jumping Jerk: there are always fun, as they recall memories of being a kid who has not done jumping jerks for fun as a child? Well surprise – they are also cardio exercise and good for warming up too. Pushups: there are probably not the most favorite exercise of many people, but while they can be head to do. You can find easier ways to do them. You do not need to pretend you’re Rocky and do what work for you. Do them on your knees, instead of keeping your legs straight or do they against wall. Leg lift: these are great for building up strength and muscle your legs.

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100k Transformation Challenge Week 10

100k Transformation Challenge Week 10


100k Transformation Challenge Week 10

Week 10 came to an end and I am exhausted! The new push/pull/leg split I started kicked my butt in the best way possible. My new short term goal is to keep up this momentum for the next two weeks so I can take some progress pics that actually show that I’ve made progress. Our vacation, and my inability to control my inner-foodie really set me back, but I am determined to make up for it during what little time I have left of this challenge.

Another goal I set for myslef last week was to not cheat for the next 2 consecutive weeks. This may not seem like much, but when it comes to food, I am notorious for sneaking in little snacks here and there or taking a bite or two of what’s left of the kids’ plates. These little bites really add up when it’s all said and done, so if I want to be at my best, I have to cut out the things I know hinder my progress.

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Only 12 Exercises You Need To Get In Shape

Only 12 Exercises You Need To Get In Shape


Only 12 Exercises You Need To Get In Shape

Bodyweight exercises are moves that use only your body’s weight as resistance, such as pushups and lunges — no equipment needed. They’re a staple in many high-intensity circuit training (HICT) workouts. HICT workouts are intense and quick — like crazy quick. Like, you do them in less than 30 minutes quick. That means you can get in great shape without going to the gym, spending hours working out, or using any workout equipment at all. (Seriously; it’s science.) You’ve just gotta know the right moves.

BuzzFeed Life reached out to personal trainer and exercise physiologist Albert Matheny, C.S.C.S., founder of SoHo Strength Lab, and asked him to come up with a list of 12 exercise moves that are essential for anyone who wants to be able to do a workout anywhere and anytime. He also came up with nine different workouts that are various combinations of these moves. But you can think of these 12 moves as the building blocks for tons of variations of quick, do-anywhere HICT workouts.

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20 Tough but Effective Butt Exercises of All Time

20 Tough but Effective Butt Exercises of All Time


20 Tough but Effective Butt Exercises of All Time

Our butt is the one part of the body we can’t see very often, at least not without some effort. Yet, it’s often the one part of the body we’re the most concerned with. Just because I can’t see it doesn’t mean other people aren’t looking, right? And most of us aren’t very happy with our butts.

We think they’re too small, too big, too saggy, too flabby – this list goes on. The right strength training exercises really can make a difference in your backside, depending on your body type and genetics.

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BURN 1,000 CALORIES WITH THIS AT-HOME WORKOUT

BURN 1,000 CALORIES WITH THIS AT-HOME WORKOUT


BURN 1,000 CALORIES WITH THIS AT-HOME WORKOUT

Splurged on Thanksgiving dinner? No worries! Here is a workout to get your body sweating, heart pumping, and your adrenaline rushing!

The 1,000 Calorie At-Home Workout

*Warning: It won’t be easy. If you physically are not conditioned to complete this workout in one sitting, then please do not try. Do each move fully and vigorously, to your ability*

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6 Best Exercises for Weight Loss

6 Best Exercises for Weight Loss


6 Best Exercises for Weight Loss

There’s no getting around the fact that in order to lose weight safely and permanently, you need to eat healthy food and get plenty of exercise. Exercising burns calories and builds muscle, which is essential for increasing your metabolism so that you can burn even more calories and lose more weight.

So dust off those workout clothes and pick one of these nine best exercises for weight loss to get started today on your path to a slimmer, healthier you.

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30 Most Powerful Arm Exercises For Titanic, Toned Arms

30 Most Powerful Arm Exercises For Titanic, Toned Arms


30 Most Powerful Arm Exercises For Titanic, Toned Arms

I  can’t shake the image of a Barbie & Ken factory. Whether you prefer titanic, sleeve-bursting arms or toned, defined, lean cannons, the following 30 exercises are powerful tools to help accessorize your body with whichever flavor of arms you’re shooting for.

Our database of top arm exercises is far from the typical curl-extension split, although those are sprinkled in, too. Killer, well-developed arms are the product of comprehensive growth across a wide range of muscle groups — specifically the biceps, triceps, upper back, and shoulders — and low body fat.

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9 Ways to Stretch Your Hip Flexors

9 Ways to Stretch Your Hip Flexors


9 Ways to Stretch Your Hip Flexors

Sure, we know that stretching is important to give our muscles a break and heal from all the vigorous activity we put them through during workouts, but which parts of the body do we normally focus on? Hint: legs and arms. The hips are oftentimes overlooked and understretched, which is unfortunate because they are designed to take on a lot of force. Stretching the hip flexors allows them to reach their full range of motion. If you’re not utilizing your hips’ full range of motion, a lot of the load they could potentially carry will instead fall onto your lower back, which creates problems over time. Check out these eight hip stretches to help put the hop in your hips.

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Take the 30 Day Muffin Top Challenge

Take the 30 Day Muffin Top Challenge


Take the 30 Day Muffin Top Challenge

Join The Cycling Bug’s 30 day muffin top challenge to melt away your muffin top in under a month.

It might seem like a lot to build up to, but you’ll be surprised by how quickly you can strengthen your core, blitz that muffin top, and improve your cycling.

Simply print out the plan below, set the clock, and perform the exercises for the specified time listed for each day (00:30 = 30 seconds).

Let us know how you are getting on and support other bugs to complete their challenge.

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12 Exercises to Change Your Life

12 Exercises to Change Your Life


12 Exercises to Change Your Life

Gym memberships can be expensive but you can do any of these 12 exercises to get a full body workout where ever you are with no equipment.

Are you thinking about taking your training and also your DIET to the next level? 

Then, make sure you take a look at our full body, fat burning challenge to whip you into shape in just 4 weeks... 

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5 Best Exercises To Torch Your Flabby Belly

5 Best Exercises To Torch Your Flabby Belly


5 Best Exercises To Torch Your Flabby Belly

We know that there’s no great magic to achieving the perfect 6 pack, but rather it’s about a lot of hard work and clean eating. We also know that no matter how badly we’d like to believe otherwise, there’s no such thing as spot training.

This doesn’t mean, however, that you shouldn’t be working out your abdominal muscles on a regular basis. They make up a very significant part of your core and if they aren’t engaging then you are doing yourself a big disservice.


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Best Leg Exercises

Best Leg Exercises


Best Leg Exercises

These are hands down the best exercises for shaping your legs, and thighs! The best part is, you don’t need anything else but yourself to hit a whole range of lower body muscles with the following exercises:

Here is the summary of this routine:
  • Overhead Squats (15x)
  • Alternating Lunges (30x)
  • Alternating Side Lunges (30x)
  • Deadlifts (15x)
  • Single Leg Calf Taises (15 Each Leg)

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7 Exercises That Will Transform Your Body

7 Exercises That Will Transform Your Body


7 Exercises That Will Transform Your Body

Looking for some effective ways to transform your body? There are a few great exercises that will help you to reach your fitness goal. These exercises are easy but effective in strengthening your body along with burning unwanted calories. However, sticking to these exercises is not enough to transform your body, you should also eat healthy and get enough sleep regularly. Don’t waste your precious time doing other workouts, here are seven exercises that will help you transform your body in no time.

Exercise #1: Jumping Rope

When was the last time you jumped rope? Perhaps in your childhood. Jumping rope is a cheap and easily portable exercise that you can do almost anywhere. This workout burns more calories per minute than any other workout. Get jumping for a perfect exercise and plenty of fun. One of the best things about jumping rope is that you can do it with your kids. Moreover, jumping rope is a fantastic way to fit in a highly effective cardio session when you are on the go. Simply toss your jumping rope in your carry-on and you don’t need to look for the nearest gym. So, who said jumping rope is only for kids?

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Deadlift: A Must Do Exercise – Benefits & How To Do It Right

Deadlift: A Must Do Exercise – Benefits & How To Do It Right


Deadlift: A Must Do Exercise – Benefits & How To Do It Right

Same as the squat, the deadlift is also one very important exercise. Not only when it comes to the legs, but for the tights and the butt too. Well, you have to know the benefits of this amazing exercise, so that you could start falling in love with it. I’m going to explain you why the deadlift is a must do exercise, and how to do it right. So fit girls, read very carefully, because this is a body changing exercise. Let’s get started!

Benefits

Deadlifts work amazingly good for toning your legs, your butt and your back, but mostly, deadlifts work for your hamstrings. Let’s see what are the main benefits of doing this exercise.

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Low impact cardio workout for beginners - beginner cardio & toning workout routine

Low impact cardio workout for beginners - beginner cardio & toning workout routine


Low impact cardio workout for beginners - beginner cardio & toning workout routine

This beginner cardio routine was built for those brand new to exercise and those coming back after a long break. Built to be easy enough for even the most out of shape person, this workout is also designed to be easily modified to become harder as you progress in strength and endurance through your first month or two before having to switch to a more challenging routine.

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Get Washboard Abs: 30 Days to 6 Pack Abs

Get Washboard Abs: 30 Days to 6 Pack Abs


Get Washboard Abs: 30 Days to 6 Pack Abs

Sometimes it’s hard to get intense with your workouts after all the work and errands that come your way day in and day out, and when this happens the results from any exercise seem to dissipate as quick as a politician changes their word.

But the answer is you simply have to change things up and you just have to get intense to see real results. I’ve designed this workout program based on what I’ve seen work for a lot of people so all you have to do is put it in place and stick with it for 30 days.

Get out your calendar and prepare yourself to get totally fit.

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25 Best Exercises to Tone Your Abs

25 Best Exercises to Tone Your Abs


25 Best Exercises to Tone Your Abs

Leaning Camel
  • Stand on your knees with your toes tucked. If this hurts your knees, fold up a mat or towel and kneel on that for a little cushioning. Your thighs should be parallel.
  • Hold a dumbbell comfortably with both hands in front of your chest. I use an eight-pounder.
  • Take a breath in and as you exhale, use your quad muscles to lower your torso behind you. Don't arch your back as in Camel pose, but instead keep your torso in one straight line. As you inhale, return your torso back to the starting position.


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