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Optimizing Your Workouts, Or The Sweat Doesn't Mean A Thing If Y










Doing it for someone else will leave you feeling resentful and unfulfilled and ultimately sabotage and undermine the possibility of realizing your wellness goals. So, once you've satisfactorily answered the "what, why and for whom," you need to set a realistic goal and timeline to accomplish that goal. One of my biggest gym pet peeves is watching someone execute an exercise improperly or, worst yet, watching someone performing an exercise that isn't appropriate for their body type and/or objectives. It takes every bit of self-restraint not to walk up to someone doing a squat or a lunge with their knees extended far past their toes and say WHAT ARE YOU DOING? You're going to destroy your knees and your back AND not getting any of the benefits of the exercise. <br>Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-kirsch/optimizing-workouts_b_5544543.html












The World’s First Biometric Webcam Fitness App Unveils FitnetTM for iPhone - University Chronicle



I mean, if you know someone's waiting for you in the early-morning hours, it's a lot harder to hit "snooze," no matter how much you want to. But there are other health benefits, according to BurnThis , an app that helps you book classes and connect with friends. How? For one, it can help boost your confidenceif you have someone with you, it's a lot easier to try out new classes and workouts. Another, according to BurnThis, is the "healthy competition" anglenot trying to be better than your friend but having someone exercising next to you can help you finish out your whole workout instead of ditching it and heading home. <br>Source: http://www.glamour.com/health-fitness/blogs/vitamin-g/2014/06/workouts-with-friends.html





5 natural foods that can energize your workouts - Philadelphia Body building | Examiner.com



For many who eat these foods prior to training, they may feel a short burst of energy in the first http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11222047.htm 20 minutes to half hour after eating them, and then all of a sudden it drops and they are let down, feeling sluggish. The key to getting the best results in a workout is the ability to sustain your optimum energy levels throughout, at least for an hour to an hour and a half or more. This can only be achieved with the right foods, the right energy sources. Caffeine Can Boost Your Attention Span, Focus and Alertness While some sources of caffeine can be harmful, such as energy drinks, weight loss pills, and similar untested by the FDA supplements, natural forms of caffeine can definitely enhance your workouts. <br>Source: http://www.examiner.com/article/5-natural-foods-that-can-enhance-your-workouts





Women's Fitness Workouts With Friends: Glamour.com



First launched in January 2014 for iPad users, this new release further demonstrates Fitnets mission to provide users the ability to exercise anytime, anywhere, and now within the palm of their hands. We are thrilled to bring Fitnet to iPhone users, said chief geek Bob Summers. In just six months, users have burned more than 2.6 million calories collectively in over 185 countries and all 50 states. We look forward to seeing what that number will reach with the launch of our new iPhone app, making it even easier to get a workout in no matter how busy a clients schedule may be. Fitnet has received recognition from TechCrunch, Mozilla, the National Science Federation, Microsoft, and Google. Additionally, the iPad app was featured as one of the top fitness apps in the iTunes App store among WebMD Fitness, Weight Watcher, and Disney Fitness. <br>Source: http://www.ssuchronicle.com/2014/06/30/the-worlds-first-biometric-webcam-fitness-app-unveils-fitnettm-for-iphone/



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