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Knee Pain Jumping Rope Resources

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Jumping Rope for Fitness

I believe that most people would say jumping rope is for play, not for exercise. After all, you jumped rope as a kid on the playground and you probably forgot about it entirely after fourth grade. And it certainly isn’t touted as a benefit of j...  Read more

Easy Vacation Exercises

We love them, we look forward to them, we talk about them for weeks before and weeks after – vacations. Those 1-2 weeks of the year when we get away from it all – work, responsibilities, car pools. Unfortunately, there is something el...  Read more

Embrace Your Inner Child to Get in Shape

Ever notice how you can’t spell "workout" without the word "work?" Most of us view work as something we have to do, not necessarily something that we want to do. It's the opposite of leisure and the killer of fun. We all...  Read more

Low-Impact Exercises That Burn Major Calories

If you're new to exercise, overweight, or dealing with pain caused by an injury or a chronic condition like arthritis, your doctor may have recommended that you start a low-impact workout program. But what does "low impact" really mean&...  Read more

Dorm Room Workouts

College life opens new and exciting opportunities for young adults. Leaving the comforts of home for the first time to live with a total stranger in a room the size of a closet; making your own choices about where to go, when to return, what time to...  Read more

Fell and hurt my knee. What other exercises can I
Updated 5/28/2015 5:48:08 PM

Fell and hurt my knee. What other exercises can I do? Limped around the block with my poochy but it was hard work (am beginner fitness level)...  Read more

anyone having extreme shin splint pain and know of
Updated 5/28/2015 8:01:59 PM

anyone having extreme shin splint pain and know of any ways to help ease the pain?...  Read more

Training to Relieve Back & Knee Pain Article...
Updated 5/28/2015 6:05:59 PM

Coach Nicole's blog seemed "exceptionally short".... is most of the article missing?? Its like one paragraph...! Folks commenting in 2013 said it was a very good article, so I'm confused! patti...  Read more

Way to go, all! I can now do high knees, without
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Way to go, all! I can now do high knees, without my belly chub getting in the way. Also, i'm no longer having any ankle pain while working out, like I used to experience at the beginning of this journey. hooray! :-)...  Read more

Depends on what type of pain. If it's general sore
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Depends on what type of pain. If it's general soreness, I might keep going, but anything sharp or blister-feeling, I'll stop. I don't normally wear heels if I can help it!...  Read more

no time

even if you don't have 30 minutes to exercise just 10 minutes ,twice in aday is better than done104...  Read more

JUMPING ROPE

I jump rope in the evening before do my strength training. want to make sure that my muscles are warm.224...  Read more

~~100 PLUS CLUB~~

Have 100 plus lbs. to lose? This is the group to do it with! Great bunch of people who motivate, challenge, help, and support each other. Jump in and join a challenge or just hang out!...  Read more

4 Moves to Rev Your Metabolism

Boost Your Metabolism in 15 MinutesThe single best way to fire up your calorie burn is with total-body workouts that combine cardio with resistance training. “The goal is to use as many different parts of the body as possible, because the more...  Read more

Burn Calories Faster

This walking routine incorporates Tabata bursts, which are short intervals of heart-pumping resistance moves that help you burn more calories. If you simply strolled for 30 minutes at a brisk pace, you'd burn about 170 calories, but wit...  Read more