How to Add Karaoke to Your Cardio

Add Karaoke to Your Cardio

If you add karaoke to your cardio, you may be shocked at how much you enjoy the experience.  You may also be surprised at how fast the time passes.  Many people dread cardio days because the workouts are long, repetitive and not all that inspiring.  Sure, there are the occasional fun days, but those are often the exception. Keep reading this post

Are You Gaining Weight from Exercising

Could You be Gaining Weight from Exercising?

When you’re hitting the gym most days of the week, how can it be possible that you’re gaining weight from exercising? After all, you’re being good! You’re not skipping those workouts.  Even more, you’re pouring your heart and soul into completing them at your best possible performance level.  Shouldn’t that be sending your bathroom scale numbers through the floor, not up through she ceiling?

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Pole Dancing Workout

Pole Dancing Gets You Sweaty

Despite the fact that there is still some controversy surrounding the sensual movements used for pole dancing, it is rapidly growing in its popularity.  This is particularly true when it comes to a fun and effective way to be able to get your cardio exercise in on a regular basis. It is easy to understand why this type of workout is taking off. After all, it is one of the fastest ways to get fit and tone up while you enjoy a laugh at the same time. Keep reading this post

Plogging for Fitness

Plogging My Way to a Fitter Body

I first heard of plogging about this time last year. It was something that a few teens were doing locally, and they made it to the newspaper. They took on an anti-litter trend that became popular in Sweden, where the trend got its name.

Plogging refers to an activity where walkers, joggers and runners head out with a bag and collect trash along the way as they find it. Whether it’s along a nature trail or along the sidewalks of their neighborhood, it’s meant to help get trash out of nature.

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Workout at Work with Coworkers

How to Get Your Coworkers to Workout at Work with You

One of the things that makes it hardest for me to be able to get all my steps on my pedometer each day is a desk job. When you need to be sitting down at a computer to do your job, it’s hard to make sure you’re up and moving around on a regular basis. That works against everything we know about weight loss, fitness and physical health as a whole!

Recently, I decided to take matters into my own hands. I’m fortunate enough to work with – and for – some great people. That being the case, I didn’t have any problem with asking if it was possible for my coworkers and I to take quick breaks every hour to get up, move around, and avoid becoming one with our desk chairs.

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