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Bosu Ball Used Resources

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Balance Training 101

What is with all the weird looking toys you see in the gyms, sporting goods stores, and fitness magazines today? We see funny looking things like a cut-in-half stability ball called a BOSU. There are the small circular "pillow discs" that a...  Read more

Learn the Fitness Class Lingo

When you think about “fitness classes,” what images come to mind? Do you picture skinny people (leg warmers included) jumping around and kicking their legs to loud music? Although that might have been the case 10 or 20 years ago, the late...  Read more

No Need to Stretch the Truth about Resistance Bands

You hear about them. You see people using them in the gym. They’re in stores, on TV, and have entire fitness classes designed around them. You think about these stretchy bands and what good (if any) they do. You want to know: What are the b...  Read more

Improve Your Balance in 3 Simple Steps

Hiking on a wooded trail. Riding a bike down the street. Doing crunches on a stability ball. Hitting the slopes. Walking up the stairs with ease. These are more than simple pleasures you can enjoy by living a healthy lifestyle. They're also proof...  Read more

Workouts for Skiers and Snowboarders

Snow enthusiasts everywhere are counting down the days until they can hit the slopes. Both skiing and snowboarding are fun and exciting winter pursuits. But these demanding physical activities also pose high risks. Without proper training, you won...  Read more

Hellooooo! (Yes, I used my Mrs. Doubtfire voice)
Updated 7/10/2014 1:32:55 PM

Hi there! I heard about SparkPeople through a fitness blog I adore (ericadhouse.com -- she's such a plethora of fitness knowledge and inspiration!). I've had issues with my weight since I was a pre-teen. I've done Weight Watchers a few times, whic...  Read more

Exercise Balls
Updated 7/8/2014 2:23:28 PM

I can not find an Exercise ball that has a obese weight limit on it..omg.. what fat people dont get one.. 39...  Read more

Girls names using last letter as first
Updated 7/6/2014 1:29:59 AM

Amber ...  Read more

Stress Balls
Updated 6/23/2014 8:11:36 AM

Anybody exercise with those squishy stress balls to strengthen forearms? If so, have your arms tightened up using them? I have 5 lbs hand weights that are too bulky to carry to and from work. I can easily squeeze the stress balls at my desk. ...  Read more

Using Fitbit and HRM separately?
Updated 6/18/2014 9:10:23 PM

Hey everyone! I'm looking to buy a Fitbit. {after all the research, it seems fitbit is the best overall it is just missing a heartrate monitor} Has anyone bought a separate HRM to use with the Fitbit or do you track everything separately? ...  Read more

Improve your core stabilization while watching TV!

Instead of being a couch potato when watching your favourite TV show, balance on a BOSU ball! Take breaks during the commercials if needed. Just by standing and balancing on the BOSU, you're constantly engaging the small stabilizer muscles in the up...  Read more

Kettle bells

I like to use a kettle bell instead of dumbbells because they make me have to try a little harder to balance. Their unique shape makes them easier to swing and do more exercises than the dumbbell.323322...  Read more

GoodLife Go-ers!

For those of you using GoodLife Fitness Centres as your tool to get fit! It's a good day!!...  Read more

8 BOSU Trainer Exercises

Walk into almost any gym and you have probably seen a stack of blue dome-shaped gadgets, better known as the BOSU (Both Sides Up) Trainer. This interesting piece of equipment allows you to use both sides for working on balance and proprioception whi...  Read more

8 Exercises to a Stronger Core

A strong core not only allows us to have the flat belly many of us desire, but it also helps with our posture. By developing a strong core, you may also find your cardio activities, such as running and swimming to be a tad easier. But remember doin...  Read more