Top Stories exercise
- How I Tricked Myself Into Loving My Workout
- This Seven-Minute Timer Guides You Through A Quick Workout
- How Exercise Affects Your Body (And How To Pick The Right Workout)
- How Caring For A Dog Made Me More Productive Than Ever
- How To Make The Most Of Your Fitness Tracker (Without Falling Off The Wagon)
- How To Do The Perfect Push-Up
Exercise: most of us hate it and wish we did it more often. The key? Finding a routine that doesn’t take too long but also doesn’t try to pack two hours of work into four minutes, leaving you feel like you’re lucky to be alive. Fortunately, quick exercise routines you can actually stick abound. Pick one and get started this weekend.
I used to hate my workouts. Sure, I did them, but I was frustrated, grumbling and upset the entire time. I dreaded going to the gym and did almost anything I could think of to get out of it. At the slightest hint of a cold, I was so relieved to have a good excuse not to work out that I milked it for all I could. Then, something changed.
Android/iOS/Web: A little music to keep you motivated while you work out is always a good thing, and FitRadio has that in spades. The app packs dozens of playlists from multiple genres, all engineered by professional DJs to help you keep your energy up and push through your exercise routine.
Work used to include more physical activity. Now it mostly consists of death-accelerating sitting. Nevertheless, researchers found that weight gain issues haven’t surfaced due to less physical activity each day. It turns out sitting at your desk for about eight hours doesn’t affect obesity that much.
Interval training is one of the most efficient ways to exercise. Yesterday, we shared a routine that gives you a full-body workout with 12 exercises in seven minutes. By request, here are videos that show how to do each of those exercises properly.