The show, “The Walking Dead” has become my new obsession. Every Sunday, I escape into a world where an epidemic has infiltrated the globe causing the dead to rise and feed on the living. I sometimes wonder, how would I survive a world where zombies roam the earth? For one, I’d have to be in excellent physical shape!
Snowboarding requires balance, focus, and leg strength (but most snowboarders understand this). The key to peak performance on the slopes You must build togetherness so that the mind and body are on the same page for the precise movements to happen as they should. The more they are disconnected, the easier things can quickly go wrong. Which is why focus is vital. Get ready for an awesome workout for peak performance on the slopes.
Before you sit down to watch the Super Bowl today, grab a quick workout in the club! This is a quick 20-minute workout so you can get back home to prepare for your Super Bowl party!
The idea is to get your body moving!
Are you looking for a challenge that tests your all around physical strength, stamina, and mental grit? If so, look no further than the Tough Mudder - the toughest endurance event on the planet.
With obstacle courses designed by British Special Forces, you'll encounter 10-12 miles of mud, fire, ice-water, and 10,000 volts of electricity. But, you won't have to do it alone. Together with your teammates, you will look fear in the eye, and help push one another over the finish line to earn that coveted orange headband!
The squat is one of the best lower body exercises you can do! When practiced with perfect form, you will definitely feel and see results. But everyone must learn this "perfect form." A few common mistakes with the squat are:
- the knees not staying behind the toes the entire time
- the butt not being pushed far enough back
- the neck being strained from the eyes looking upward
- the back being slouched, and not going deeply enough into the squat.
Fortunately, I have just what you need to start improving your squats!
Most people understand the basics of gym etiquette, like bringing a pair of clean gym shoes, wiping off the equipment when done, and not taking away from the quality of another's workout by using multiple pieces of gym equipment at peak times. Sometimes those rules are broken, and usually people are quick to recognize when an obvious gym etiquette has been broken. However, there is an unspoken set of workout etiquette, rarely mentioned, and these violations are good examples of what not to do in the gym.
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