Exercise & Fitness

Sweatin’ to the Tube

If you are like everyone else that enjoys exercising on a regular basis, even the most faithful will at times become bored with their program or routine.  Someone once said that variety is the spice of life and that definitely holds true for working out as well. 

Going to the gym can become a chore and doing the same old, same old, well, just gets old. You know when you don’t feel well how good it feels to just be inside your own home? Well the same is can be true for working out. As another old saying goes, there is no place like home, the same is true for working out. Sometimes there is nothing more energizing than working out at home.

Ok, you have made the decision to change your routine a bit and workout for a couple of weeks from the comfort of your home. Now what?  You don’t have all the fancy equipment or space, so just what should you do? When all else fails turn to your TV and DVD player as your source for a great workout. Here are five DVD workouts from American Fitness Magazine that will have you glad you skipped the gym!

Rodney Yee’s Power Up Yoga
A combination of cardio and strength yoga, this total-fitness approach to yoga emphasizes strength and flexibility designed as a total body workout.

CorePower Yoga – Calorie Blast Yoga
Well here I go with the yoga focus again but it really is that good for you.  One of the hottest in-studio practices brings three ultra-efficient toning and fat burning yoga workouts that can be done at home.  The three routines ignite metabolism and burn calories to transform the body from the inside out.

Maya Fiennes’ Yoga for Real Beauty
A fun, uplifting and inspirational routine is designed to stimulate all of your body’s energy centers, in order to achieve happiness and harmony. Following the Kundalini practice, Fiennes uses powerful motions, chanting and breathing 9good for endurance athletes) to help you create and welcome beauty into your life.  (yes gentlemen, this is good for us as well).

Signature Sculpt
Signature Sculpt is a dynamic 60-minute workout that will tone every inch of your body with light weights, intense yet non-impact exercise sequences, and ballet-inspired techniques.  It’s a program formulate to help you develop a leaner, toned and more graceful body.

Amped Up
Amped Up is a 45-minute express class that focuses on building strength and boosting metabolism through the use of heavier weights and face-paced exercises.  It’s the perfect workout to maximize calorie burn when you are in a time crunch.

The beauty of these five programs is that they are applicable to anyone, regardless of what type of sport or exercise you are into. They all build core and total body strength and flexibility and that will serve you well in whatever athletic discipline you do.

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