Got Covid belly? Want to look better in that bathing suit? Here is my 4 point strength, cardio and clean eating plan to help us all #Shred it and get back to fit. 1. Sculpt Thy Body Perfect I recommend a total body strength workout using dumbbells two or three times a week. It tones all major muscle groups to create a balanced [...]
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Photo by Alesia Kozik on Pexels.com Here are proven ways to torch extra calories throughout the day brought to you by Dr. Len Kravitz, a fitness and health researcher who teaches at University of New Mexico. I met Dr. Kravitz at a conference and he has a passion for evidenced based research and sharing the [...]
What are the benefits of strength training and lifting weights? Oh let me count the ways. To help you be the best version of you at any age. This goes for men AND women. You can also sculpt your body naturally, challenge atrophy and build bone density. Win-win-win! The more muscle you have, the more [...]
Somehow I got away from doing the plain 'ole sit up. Did you too? It's the planks, side planks, plank jacks and pikes that wooed me over the past few years. Time to get back to the basics with sit ups and push ups to shake things up. Done correctly and sloooooowly, the sit up [...]
Want to love running more? To run like a kid again? To make running so easy and enjoyable again...just thinking about running brings a smile to your face and boosts your endorphins. Or do you want to come back from injury safely while getting stronger and faster? You can do this and more. I promise. The secret key is YOU. You must focus on [...]
Does your back, knees, IT band or piriformis give you pain when you run? If so, you may be depressed you can't run, or run easily. Right? Been there. It's time to get back in the game. First, let's check your form. I learned how to eliminate running injuries and related misery with good form. We learn [...]
Yes! According to a research roundup from one of my favorite sport medicine doctors, Dr. Gabe Mirkin. Running regularly, no matter how fast or slow, increases longevity and is cardio protective. The Aerobics Center Longitudinal Study in Dallas followed more than 55,000 adults between 18 and 100 for 15 years, and found runners who ran [...]