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From wine and cheese to peanut butter and jelly, some things are just better in pairs. The same is true for your workout. Exercising with a partner can help get you motivated and ensure that you stick with your exercise program. There are a number of benefits to partner training. Let’s take a look at the top five.
It can be easy to lose motivation to workout in the winter and sit inside by the fire instead, but getting in shape doesn’t happen over night and in order to have your summer body, you have to put in work during the winter. Here are some tips to stay motivated during the colder months.
Bootcamp is an intense, one-hour workout program designed to challenge your entire body. During Bootcamp, you work every muscle through a variety of strength and power circuit exercises. This helps strengthen muscles, burn calories and improve balance and core stability.
Bootcamp is the perfect choice for healthy individuals of all ages and abilities. The only requirement is the determination to finish what you’ve started. If you can accomplish that, you’ll be able to realize the dramatic results of this effective exercise program.
Many of us would like to lose weight. While other goals such as improving strength and growing muscle can be achieved by training just a few hours each week, weight loss requires an ongoing commitment to both nutrition and exercise.
When most people think about exercising, they picture working out in an indoor gym. While this is always an excellent option, there are a number of benefits to outdoor workouts including a change of scenery, the opportunity to meet more people in your community, and a boost for your immune system.