Upper body (arm) ergometers aren't a gym staple, but they're becoming more readily available in physical therapy offices, hospitals, universities and modern gyms. Targeted to meet the fitness needs of individuals who cannot use their legs for... Read more
These days, you can't scroll through your email without spotting an online coupon for a new type of indoor cycling class. Whether it's for a classic Spinning® class, SoulCycle, CycleBar, Peloton or a RealRyder bike, the options are practi... Read more
I recently swam laps for the first time since my childhood swimming lessons. The next day, when my muscles were sore and fatigued, I realized that there was much more to swimming than just splashing around. This gentle-but-challenging form of exercis... Read more
SparkPeople has always promoted the benefits of a 10-minute workout as a great way to start incorporating fitness into your life. Studies have shown that the benefits of 10-minute fitness bursts, including improved blood sugar control, can last for u... Read more
Walking comes naturally to humans. It’s one of the earliest skills we develop, long before we learn how to talk (or invent excuses to avoid walking). And given good, basic health, it’s something you can do throughout your life without wor... Read more
I sit at a desk all day long, barely ever moving. I drink alot of water, so everytime I go to the bathroom, I do 25 jumping jacks in there and then when I return to my desk I do the ABC arm workout with my tape dispenser and do some over the head cu... Read more
I keep a set of light weight free weights by my computer. Then when I'm waiting on a download or for the computer to boot up I do a few arm workouts with them. I can work in quite a few sets!... Read more
The trick is all in the toning. Sculpt your arms sleek and sexy like Jillian's with her five go-to moves. 1. One-Legged Curl Targets: Biceps, abs, butt, and legs Stand on left leg, holding a 5- to 10-pound dumbbell in each hand, arms by sides,... Read more
Working our biceps is important, but we must not neglect the back of the arms, better known as the triceps. Working both muscle groups allows for muscle balance, therefore reducing our risk for injury. Because the triceps are comprised of smaller mus... Read more
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