Exercise Tips: Don't Over Do It... Especially If You're Just Starting Out!
So you’ve decided to start exercising again. Or maybe you’re going to work out for the first time ever. Either way, congratulations! Exercise has so many benefits for both your mental and physical health. And, if you’re going about it the right way, exercising can be an effective and fun form of self-care. After a while, it might become one of the more enjoyable parts of your day.
You’re probably brimming with questions, and you’re not sure who to ask. Like: How often should you work out? What routine should you try? What should you do when you start to feel like you want to quit?
Taking all of that into account, here is a rundown of everything you need to know before you get started with exercise.
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Why Core Strength Is So Important (It Has Nothing to Do with Sculpting a Six-Pack)
For as long as crop tops, bikinis, and, well, Britney Spears have been around, there's been an all-consuming obsession with having a flat, six-pack stomach. Eavesdrop on a personal training consult and, more often than not, you'll hear the client say, "I want abs."
It's about time we appreciate this ever-important muscle group for what it really does, and stop placing all its value on its resemblance to a pack of Coke cans.
These reasons will convince you to stop seeing your abs as a vanity project, and start seeing the beyond-skin-deep benefits of working it out.
Speaking of core... check out this oblique challenge... It's FIRE!
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