When we work out without a script, sometimes we forget to include important body parts in our routine. Some of the muscles surrounding the shoulder joint, often referred to as the rotator cuff, may be among these forgotten body parts.
The purpose of rotator cuff exercises is to strengthen the muscles which rotate the upper . . . → Read More: Oops! I forgot to workout my…Rotator Cuff
In recent years, exercise has been recognized as not only a way to stay toned and in shape, but also to boost general health and overall well-being. Cardiovascular exercise promotes the release of endorphins, or our bodies very own “feel good” receptors. Endorphins are known to promote a number of benefits, including controlling feelings of . . . → Read More: Let Exercise Bring Out or Give You Back Your Glow!
It’s time for a little check-in. Did you make a healthy, weight loss resolution a little over a month ago? Was 2012 going to be the start of a new year where you were really going to concentrate on your health and diet?
Well, now that it’s February, it’s a great time to check in! . . . → Read More: It’s February- Have you stuck with your Weight Loss Resolution?
For many people, the abdoinals are marjorly tough to tone. Everyone says that they want to improve their abs and there are some easy and quick exercises that you can do to accomplish this goal. There are a variety of great ways to lean and tone your tummy.
Pilates-this core based workout focuses on . . . → Read More: Body Part of the Month: Abs