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How To Build Leg Strength Without Weights

Being stuck at home during these strange times can cause muscle loss if you aren’t doing the right exercises. Most people are worried about losing upper body strength, so they get pull-up bars or dumbbells to workout arm, chest, and back muscle groups. If you don’t want to emerge from quarantine with skinny legs that have no muscle definition, engage in the exercises in this article.

At-home leg workouts are far easier than most people realize. You don’t need a squat rack,...

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3 Strength Training Moves That Relieve Stress

Nobody wants to have stress, yet it is something that most people deal with on a daily basis. Some people like to sink into the couch and become a vegetable to relieve stress, while others decide to booze it up and drink the stress away. Both of these options are unhealthy ways to deal with stress. A great way to banish stress is by engaging in specific strength training moves.

The link between stress reduction and physical activity is strong. Regular movement and training boosts the...

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5 Easy Ways To Be Active Outside The Gym

While going to the gym daily is a great way to maintain strength and muscle tone, all you really need to stay healthy and fit is movement, which can happen anywhere, anytime. This article intends to highlight how easy it is to maintain physical fitness if you can’t get to the gym.

The key to wellness is to never stay stagnant for a long period of time without having some sort of physical activity. Several studies have shown that moderate forms of exercise play a crucial role in...

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No Equipment Weekly Home Workout Plan

With the increased number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases worldwide and Safer At Home laws in place, it’s time to get creative with how you can maintain your physical wellness. Gyms, certain recreational spots, and even personal trainers are being forced to close in order to help stop the spread of the virus. That means moving your workout sessions from the gym to the home.

Self-quarantine doesn’t mean you have to lose all the gains and progress you’ve made in the past few...

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The Best Yoga Poses For Anxiety

Anxiety is a fear-based emotion. It’s your body’s natural response to stress and it typically results in the mind creating false worry, which you deem as reality. Anxiety brings a sudden and sometimes long lasting fear of the future and a nervous apprehension for something that has yet to happen, and mostly likely never will. In today’s day and age, many people with anxiety are relying on prescribed medications or therapy in order to cope with the condition.

The symptoms of...

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4 Yoga Poses To Improve Balance

In this day and age, there are almost too many workout trends to keep track of. From cardio barre classes and hiking groups to crossfit and boot camp, there are endless options to choose from. The problem with most of these classes is that they are primarily focused on aerobic exercises and strength training. Balance and flexibility are the other two pillars of exercise, and they often take a backseat to strength and aerobic workouts.

The fact of the matter is that balance and flexibility are...

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Balloon Exercise to Help Lung Capacity

All forms of activity require proper breathing, regardless of the intensity. From high-endurance athletic workouts to regular walks around the neighborhood, proper breathing can improve how well you are able to perform these tasks. One major aspect of proper breathing is lung capacity. This relates to how much air your lungs are able to ingest, and the lungs cannot do this efficiently if they aren’t being exercised regularly.

Certain factors, including age, gender, weight, and medical...

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The Difference Between Flexibility & Mobility

The definitions of mobility and flexibility are often times misconstrued. Some think they mean the same thing, while others understand one but not the other. Regardless, mobility and flexibility are two completely different, yet necessary, aspects relating to the body, and having the ability to do one doesn’t mean that you’re proficient at the other.

How is Flexibility and Mobility Different?

Simply put, flexibility deals with the body’s ability to lengthen or stretch when...

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7 Easy Exercises That Will Help You Lose Weight

Losing weight isn’t easy, and neither are most of the routines meant to help you do so. Today’s fad culture has many people attempting complicated workouts that are filled with strenuous movements that will have you feeling like you entered Navy Seal training. Before you take these drastic measures, try the following simple, easy workouts that will likely give you the same results without the complexities.

Easy Exercises To Lose Weight

Walking:

This is something we all do...

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Full-Body Conditioning Exercises for Kids

Sports have always been the primary ways for young children to engage in regular exercise, but not all children enjoy these extracurricular activities. Some children would rather perform fun exercises that emulate child’s play, including swinging on the monkey bars or playing tag. Children are naturally active and it’s usually not for competitive reasons. They have a lot of energy that needs to be dispersed someway, somehow. With the invention of television, video games, and...

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