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August 27, 2020

7 Ways to Boost Your Fitness Motivation

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For many, the hardest part of working out is just getting to the gym.

Often, after a long day of work (plus a long commute), the only thing you feel like doing is relaxing. And if you have a busy family, you might have all kinds of obligations that keep you busy until you go to sleep.

So how do you find the motivation to exercise when it’s hard enough just to get started? Luckily, there are simple methods to start working out consistently, build new habits and overcome almost any obstacle in your journey.

MAKE SMALLER COMMITMENTS

Many people struggle to exercise because they choose massive, overwhelming goals. It’s nice to have big ambitions, but when you throw too much at yourself at once, you’re only setting yourself up for failure.

Instead, start with smaller goals to build momentum and confidence, and then give each one 100% effort. For example, instead of trying to eat healthfully 100% of the time (which ca

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August 27, 2020

30 Useful Running Tips in 2020

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In a running world, we are constantly finding an effective method to train our body for a race or marathon.

We examine every single possibility and even tested out all the techniques and approached them thoroughly.

We execute our plan and make sure we follow it. We set a higher standard for ourselves and push our limits no matter what, just to achieve our running goals and dreams.

So today, we would like to tap into the power of our helpful running community to help you out with some free running tips in 2020.

These tips might help you to execute your plan easier and get a heads up of what to do or how to train better.

We have chosen 30 running tips that we think would be the most beneficial in your running journey. We hope that they can come in handy for you at all times.

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August 27, 2020

28 Days to a Six Pack Abs Workout Plan

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Everyone wants a six pack its all I hear people talking about. Not only is it a symbolic validation of you being healthy and fit, but its also one of the most attractive body parts to women. But lets be honest here there are those that hit the gym everyday are dedicated in maintaining their diets yet they still don’t have that coveted six pack abs. Is there something wrong with their abs workout plan? Are they eating the wrong foods?

As I scroll through Instagram the number of transformations on social media is greater than ever, #transformationtuesday. Health and fitness feeds filled with s before and after shots of amazing people losing an incredible amount of weight. Their flexing their muscles and showing off their well deserved six packs. How did they do it? Well, if you’re up for the challenge, then we have the perfect program to build a V-taper physique that will make your abs pop.

Lets start off with the basic mindset off this abs workout plan. Getting ripp

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August 22, 2020

3 FITNESS TIPS FOR WOMEN IN THEIR 30’s

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Your 20s are all about experimenting with edgy and bold that, tanning this and drinking that. But once you hit 30, it’s time to put on your big girl pants and stop cheating on your health. Here are 3 fitness tips all women should follow in their 30’s:

  1. 1. Be a proteinaceous enthusiast

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August 22, 2020

Fitness Tips from a Vegan Pro Surfer

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When your dad’s in the Coast Guard, you move around a lot. For two-time International Surfing Association World Champion Tia Blanco, that meant every three years for the first 18 years of her life. While the constant uprooting was challenging, the places she lived were pretty sweet: Puerto Rico, California, and Hawaii. Naturally, Blanco took to surfing at a young age, competing at age 12 and winning her first national title at 17.

Today, Blanco lives in Southern California, where the pro surfer is training for the 2019 Pan Am Games, at which she’ll represent Puerto Rico, the island where she was born 22 years ago. To surf at that level, Blanco trains or surfs every day, which isn’t all that unusual for a pro athlete. What is unusual is that she’s a vegan. Thanks to the influence of her vegetar

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August 22, 2020

Fitness trends for 2020: Stretching labs and bone-density training

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Edy Seaver, a 61-year-old artist from Venice who swims and kayaks for fitness, had osteoporosis. Yes, had — as in past tense. After four months of once-a-week 10-minute workouts at OsteoStrong, a wellness studio in Mar Vista that features proprietary resistance machines, a DEXA scan showed that her bone density improved by more than 7%. That moved her up out of the osteoporosis category into osteopenia, a less severe degree of bone thinning. “This is a radical improvement in a tiny period of time — after years of getting worse and worse,” she says. “And on top of that, I feel so much stronger that I can swim 20 laps instead of my old 12.”

Stefan Oeggi, a 41-year-old naval officer and runner from San Diego, had back pain that interrupted his sleep and limited his training. Then he began once-a-week, one-on-one stretching sessions with a “flexologist” at StretchLab, which now boasts more than a dozen locations across Southern California. After six months,

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