Do you have days when you really don't feel like your usual HIIT or intense cardio workout, but your body still craves some movement? Maybe you don't want to drag out the gear of sneakers, a mat and weights, but know that doing nothing would probably feel worse. If so, try this exercise combo—three videos … Continue reading A 30-Minute Toning Workout
Best Online Kickboxing Workouts
Who ever thought that kicking and punching could become a fitness trend? Martial arts and karate have been around a long time but they seem intimidating and too serious. My first kickboxing workout was at a gym taught by a tiny but fierce instructor who had trained competitively in martial arts, mostly Muay Thai. I … Continue reading Best Online Kickboxing Workouts
Missing Dance Workouts?
Fitness dance classes like Zumba, Body Jam, BollyX and others have always been popular in the Boston area with super-loyal followers. Speak to any dance fitness instructor and they'll describe long-term devotees who've attended their classes for 10+ years! I had taught my same cardio dance class (then changed to Zumba then changed to Remix) … Continue reading Missing Dance Workouts?
HIIT Online Workout Review
I still haven't returned to the gym, even though it's now open allowing larger capacity. I just don't like exercising in a mask. When my heart rate reaches its peak, I'm pretty much heaving and feel suffocated in the mask. Even though I'm fully vaccinated, I refuse to pull off or even expose my nose … Continue reading HIIT Online Workout Review
The Best Exercise Excuses
Everyone says "I need to exercise more." Including me. I always feel good after any amount of exercise, even if I don't sweat. Sometimes I'm just moving my limbs enough to get blood flowing to body parts stiff from sitting for hours, or to oxygenate and refresh my foggy brain. My home gym is a … Continue reading The Best Exercise Excuses
What To Eat for Exercise?
We don't always make the connection between what we eat and how we exercise. I've seen people use exercise as a punishment for overeating. Or use exercise as a free pass to overeat. But how about eating to exercise? What you eat affects how well you move. If you don't include a balanced diet or … Continue reading What To Eat for Exercise?