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Dynamic Isometrics Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Dynamic Isometrics.

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Reference Guide to Stretching

SparkPeople’s Exercise Reference Guides offer an in-depth look at the principles of fitness. Stretching comes naturally to all of us. You might notice that if you have been sitting in a particular position for a long time, you stretch unco...  Read more

Isometrics Build Strength Anytime, Anywhere

Do you sometimes find yourself skipping the strength training you know you should be doing, just because it’s hard to squeeze it into your hectic schedule? Sure, it’s possible to do a very effective strength training routine at home with...  Read more

Exercising with Arthritis: Getting Started

If you live with the daily pain and discomfort of arthritis, you're not the only one. In the United States, an estimated 46 million adults (about 1 in 5) have been diagnosed with arthritis. Hopefully your doctor has given you suggestions about ho...  Read more

Exercising with High Blood Pressure

If you have high blood pressure, the best piece of advice anyone can give you is to listen to your body. How you feel can and should dictate the frequency and intensity of your workouts. While it is possible—and preferable—to lose weight...  Read more

Exercising with a Stability Ball

A fitness trend is sweeping the nation that involves balancing oneself on an oversized ball while performing functional resistance movements. The ball is referred to as a "physio" or "Swiss" ball and has grabbed the attention of n...  Read more

Difference in dynamic calorie tracking and static?
Updated 2/24/2015 1:58:20 PM

I have gone from very sedentary to 3-5 cardio workouts at 60+ minutes each per week, plus more activity during the week. I changed my calorie tracker settings on Spark to dynamic calorie tracking. Started at 1200-1500 calories for static calories,...  Read more

Ball Chair

I have an exercise ball chair at my office, it is good for my core but it is great for fidgeting....  Read more

Cold Outside? Do your running warm-up inside.

When it is very cold outside, the transition from being inside to going outside is easier if your body is already warmed up. Therefore, doing a full warm-up routine inside before heading out the door can make Winter running less painful. Of course, y...  Read more

60+ LQQking to Lose 50+

We are a group of dynamic/busy ladies and gentlemen looking for support and friendship while moving forward toward healthier lifestyles and losing unwanted weight....  Read more

10 Terrific Towel Exercises

When we think of strength training activities, many of us think of free weights, weight machines, resistance bands, even medicines balls, but how many of us think of using a simple household item like a bath towel or dish towel to help us build musc...  Read more

The 9 Best Exercises for Neck Pain

Neck pain is one of the most common problems that many of us experience. Studies show that 30% of people experience neck pain, with women affected more often than men. The neck includes seven segments (or vertebrae) with discs acting as shock-absorbe...  Read more