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Exercises for People That Live in Apartments
By Dana Tuffelmire
Living in an apartment pose a unique challenge when it comes to working out at home. You don't want to bother neighbors in close proximity ...
How to Improve Your Strength and Flexibility for Cheerleading Jumps
By Nicole Vulcan
With a myriad of complex jumps and stunts involved, it takes some serious strength and flexibility to be a cheerleader. Not only will ...
At-Home Navy SEAL Fitness Workouts
By Suzy Kerr
Navy SEALS are known as some of the toughest guys around, and it’s no wonder. The training alone to become a SEAL consists of ...
Exercises for Plantar Fasciitis
One of the simplest, yet most debilitating conditions that plagues athletes and couch potatoes alike is plantar fasciitis, or PF. Plantar ...
How Can I Shrink the Size of My Calves?
By Ashley Farley
The calf muscle is made up of the gastrocnemius and the soleus on the back of the lower leg. The calves can become too large for your ...
How to Do the Yates Row
By Michele M. Howard
A back workout routine would not be complete without Yates rows, also referred to as reverse grip bent-over rows. Popularized by ...
How to Build Every Muscle in the Upper Chest With Pushups
By Jody Braverman
The upper chest is comprised of only one part of one large muscle -- the clavicular head of the pectoralis major. The traditional pushup is ...
How to Build Muscle Mass at Over 50 Years Old
By J. Anthony Cooley
Building muscle mass when you're over 50 years old essentially requires a proper diet, hard work and proper supplements. The difference ...
How to Get Rid of Lactic Acid
Whenever you work out your muscles feel good for a while, but then eventually they get sore and stay sore for a day or two afterwards. This ...
How to Make A Climbing Peg Board
By Lauren Rizzotto
Climbing peg boards are a great way to strengthen your arms and abs using a wide variety of exercises. They consist of a board with a ...
How do I Increase the Resistance on My Gazelle Exerciser?
By Angela Reinholz
Working out on the Gazelle exerciser is one way to ensure that you meet your exercise goals. Once you have achieved your maximum potential ...
How to Properly Rest and Recover Strained Chest Muscles
By Contributing Writer
Strained chest muscles are difficult to diagnose and treat. Whenever you receive a chest injury, it is often challenging to determine ...
How to Use the Curves Pedometer
The Curves pedometer -- a small purple device -- promotes the Curves national fitness center for women. The pedometer, formerly sold ...
How to Tone Up in a Week
By Contributing Writer
A dramatic body makeover in one week is a bit unrealistic, but you can make a good start toward a toned-up body and see results in just ...
How Does an Olympic Swimmer Train?
By Jodi Thornton O'Connell
An aspiring Olympic swimmer may swim 10 to 20 miles per day for years on end to train for an Olympic event that will last anywhere from 20 ...
How to Use a Figure Twister
By Christina Sloane
A figure twister is the generic name for a small, portable aerobic exercise device that tones the abdominal muscles, hips, thighs and ...
How to Pick Up a Dropped Harley Davidson Electra Glide
By Frank Gates
Every rider is almost certainly going to drop their motorcycle at some point. The 2010 Harley Davidson Electra Glide Limited weighs about ...
Fitness Tips for 14 Year Old Girls
By Ashley Dietz
Exercise is essential to the human body and offers numerous physical and mental benefits. Physically, exercise keeps the body toned and ...
Techniques in Capoeira
By Kay Tang
Capoeira is a Brazilian art form blending combat, dance and music. It involves an interaction between players via movement or a physical ...
How to Use a Foam Roller
By M.L. Rose
If you’ve just completed a workout or simply have tight muscles, you’re a prime candidate for a massage technique called self ...