A few days ago, I was trying to think something new I could add to my daily routine to lose a few pounds, and that’s when it happened… an “a-ha!” moment! Take the stairs!
It seemed a little daunting at first since I work on the 11th floor and live on the 22nd floor, but I am happy to say it’s worth it. Want to lose an extra pound a week too? Start “stairing”, and read on! Continue reading →
Check out this cover of Shape Mag… Kim Kardashian looks like she’s in the best shape of her life! Congrats Kim… you look great! With the success of her workout video Fit In Your Jeans By Friday, and with new commitment to exercise and a healthy diet, Kim is quickly making a name for herself in the fitness industry.
“l’ll be one of those skinny girls, so what?”, Kim says. With a great attitude like that, we don’t think could have made a better choice for their cover model. You don’t need to be a skinny mini to be healthy… just determined. Kim’s right when she says “there’s nothing easy about being fit and healthy”, but there’s no better feeling than being in the best shape of your life!
Jennifer Aniston looks like she’s in the best shape of her life in her recent Smart Water ad. Sexy arms, toned legs, and a super lean midsection… Want abs like Jen’s? No problem… check out our Top 3 Tips to get ’em.
We’ve all seen it… that gal (or guy) at the gym who never seems to break a sweat. It’s amazing, isn’t it? Imagine being able to do your cardio, get changed, and head home all without ever needing to shower. Sounds good right?
Wrong! There’s a difference between “going to the gym” and working out. Make sure you know which is which if you want to get results.
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