Blogs about Workout Routine

Sunday, November 08, 2015 • San Diego, CA 92103
GREGinSD's Fitness & Massage Blog
Maximize Your Fat Loss 1. Drink a Glass of Water When you First Wake UpThere is still a lot research being done on this subject to figure out exactly why this trick works, but German researchers did a study back in 2003 that determined that test subjects drinking a 16 oz glass of near freezing water, showed a metabolic increase of about 30 % for about 10 – 50 minutes after the consumption occurred. 2. Drink Whey Protein before training
Sunday, September 20, 2015 • Las Vegas, NV 89130
AMP Personal Fitness Blog
We know that when we exercise we perform everyday tasks better, our health is improved, and we feel better. So the question is, how do you know if your workout program is working for you?
Sunday, August 23, 2015 • Hollywood, FL 33026
NANCEE GILLIN's Blog
“IO”Information overload.  “IO” doesn’t discriminate. I have seen it with kids, young adults, seniors, you name it. Sometimes, putting a workout plan together for myself or someone else, I see so much information, that it almost becomes difficult.  Therefore, since all of you have enough on your minds, I am going to keep it simple!Here are a couple of basic workouts that you can do in a short time, with little equipment.Got 20? 
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 • San Diego, CA 92103
GREGinSD's Fitness & Massage Blog
Does it feel like no matter what you do in the gym, you just aren’t moving forward? Nothing is more frustrating than hitting a progress plateau, but sadly, it’s something that virtually every gym-goer will face at some point in his or her fitness career.
Friday, January 02, 2015 • Levittown, NY 11756
Peter Weintraub's Blog
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! With sleigh-bells jingle-ing and ring ting tingle-ing too, the Holiday Season is in full swing!
Tuesday, November 04, 2014
Health and Fitness Blog
When it comes to planning your workout, the duration probably isn't the first thing on your mind. Like many people you may have a rough time limit in your mind of when you want to be leaving the gym, which is usually anywhere between 45 and 90 minutes. But do shorter workouts actually have the potential to be more effective in terms of fitness and strength gains?