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Using Wahoo’s TICKR to Track Home Workouts

by Jason Lightner October 21st, 2014
Accessories I've been doing various Beachbody workouts over the course of the past two years, and I've found nothing more useful in my journey from being a skinny-fat geek to a healthy one, than a good heart rate monitor. I've tried several heart rate monitors, and the one that I'm most fond is one by Wahoo Fitness called the TICKR.

My journey in fitness started with Insanity, which I stopped after just a month due to the stress it put on my knees. I went on to FOCUS T25 and completed the Alpha, Beta, and Gamma circuits handily.
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Soccer Leg Strength Exercises

by Joe Lawrence October 20th, 2014
Strength Training
Recently, I wrote an article about how to build your leg muscles like a Parkour pro. Not only do I love to explore how to cross train other sports workouts into my own, so did a lot of friends whom I shared the information with. This week I am going to do the same thing; however, I am going to use some soccer exercises.

Soccer players have extremely strong leg muscles, but they also know how to use them for speed and for endurance. This routine will help.

First exercise is the one legged squat. To do this prepare for a
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Fun Cardio Routine That Targets Your Legs

by Marnie Bii October 16th, 2014
You can create a fat-burning cardio routine that focuses on building leg muscles to complete two goals with one workout. Powerful leg muscles give you the ability to complete intense fitness movements that better your health. As you gain strength, you'll be able to push yourself harder to build even more muscle and burn extra fat during your workouts. Here are a few exercises to combine to make a good leg-targeting cardio routine.

Recumbent Bike

Since you control the resistance on a recumbent bike, you can warm up and cool down using the lowest levels. Make sure to warm up for
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Running For The Scenery

by Joan Jacobsen October 15th, 2014
Fitness Expert
Can you imagine training and running every day with picture perfect views around you? Do you think that the landscape has an impact on your willingness to go outdoors and move? I was once in Savannah for a short visit and I was able to run a few mornings while I was there. Even though it was hazy, hot and humid weather, the fact that it was a picturesque
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It is better to make many small steps in the right direction than to make a great leap forward only to stumble backward.


All health and fitness information is provided for educational purposes. Please consult with your physician before beginning any exercise regimen.