You've started exercising better and you're right on the edge of greatness. You weigh less, people notice, and -- more importantly -- you feel healthier and more confident than you have in ages. Then the plateau arrives, and your progress grinds to a screeching halt. Here's how to push past it and take your health and fitness to the next level.
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If you've got just 30 minutes, sneak in some brain-building and mood-enhancing exercise with our group exercise plan, The Lifehacker Workout. Here's the full body workout for today.
Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.
Get some fun (yet challenging) exercise in today with a random Deck of Cards workout, part of our The Lifehacker Workout group exercise program.
Continuing our group exercise plan, The Lifehacker Workout, here's the full body workout for today. You only need 30 minutes to do these basic exercises, so let's get going.
We're on round two of our group exercise program, The Lifehacker Workout.
Our one-month challenge for our group exercise program, the Lifehacker Workout, just ended, but that doesn't mean we're done. Join us in our second challenge as we try to stay fit despite several holiday feasts coming up.
Big high-fives to everyone who has stuck with us throughout the month of workouts in our group exercise program, The Lifehacker Workout. Are you ready to keep at it? If you're just joining us, no worries, dive right in now.
We've been talking about The Lifehacker Workout, a group exercise program, for almost four weeks now. Here's a great confidence booster: you're on week four and the last workout of the week. Congrats everyone!
Mix up your exercise routine today with a random Deck of Cards workout, part of our Lifehacker Workout group exercise program. It's fun, it's challenging, and it's the fourth Deck of Cards workout since we started nearly a month ago.
This is the beginning of the fourth week of our group exercise plan, The Lifehacker Workout. Congrats to everyone who's stuck with the workouts so far, and welcome anyone who's jumping in now.
End of week 3 of our group exercise plan, The Lifehacker Workout! I don't know about you, but I'm sure glad it's Friday. That means: time for our whole-body workout.
It's time for another Deck of Cards workout, the fun yet challenging segment of our group exercise program, The Lifehacker Workout.
Welcome to week 3 of our group exercise plan, The Lifehacker Workout. How fast time flies! If you've just started joining us now, don't worry, it's not too late. The point is to get started moving on a regular basis.
It's the weekend! Before you get too comfortable, don't forget to join us in our group exercise plan, The Lifehacker Workout. Week two, almost done, baby!
Welcome to the second Deck of Cards workout, part of our group "exercise program for normal people," The Lifehacker Workout. Whether you've been with us since we started last week or are just joining now, let's get moving.
Today is the final workout for this week of our group exercise plan, The Lifehacker Workout. So let's make it a great one! The video playlist above has a video you can workout along with.
Our group exercise program, The Lifehacker Workout, is in full swing, and today we're mixing it up with a Deck of Cards workout. If you're just joining us, no worries, dive in with us now.
Extreme exercise programs like P90X, CrossFit and Insanity will without a doubt kick you into the best shape of your life in a very short amount of time -- but only if you stick with their crazy-for-most routines. The majority of people (trainers I've spoken with say something like 9 out of 10) give up on these workouts because they're really intense and require an hour almost every day to do them.