With so many models of elliptical equipment available today, figuring out which is the best elliptical machine can seem overwhelming. However, it may not be as challenging as it seems, provided that you do some homework and take some test rides. And remember, “best” really is relative, according to one’s preferences. » Read Full Story
Home workouts are a great way to save time and fit exercise into busy schedules. Even if you’re a health club member, when you’re in a hurry, having exercise equipment at home can keep you from skipping workouts and enable you stay on track.
Both cardio and strength are necessary for optimum fitness, so ideally, you’ll have equipment to get both accomplished at home. You don’t necessarily need to invest in a big home gym; today, you can get the job done with some dumbbells, barbells and resistance bands/tubing. » Read Full Story
Interval training is very popular recently, as It typically enables exercisers to work harder and longer, stimulating greater results, than what they typically accomplish in a steady-state cardio session. And boxing has experienced resurgence, particularly fitness-oriented boxing workouts, that also push people to work harder and longer than they would do on their own. » Read Full Story
These days, everyone seems to be looking for “the best workout,” whether that means it is the most challenging, sweat-inducing or results-producing. Whatever the definition of “best workout,” the answer may vary for each individual, given differences in preferences, fitness levels, body types and goals. There really is no “best workout” that applies universally to every exerciser. » Read Full Story
When researching what exercise equipment to buy for use at home, people often consider ellipticals due to their low-impact, total-body workouts. In reviewing different models, exercisers typically want to know which the top elliptical machines are. Obviously that depends on who you ask and their experience with and knowledge of various brands. » Read Full Story