What Workouts To Try When You Need A Break From Your Fitness Routine – Elite Daily (blog)

What Workouts To Try When You Need A Break From Your Fitness Routine

elitedaily.comBeginner fitness goers pulling muscles for choosing a demanding workout? If beginning fitness goers are pulling muscles too soon, they need to veer to workouts that allow muscles to heal. If weight lifting lovers are getting hunchbacks, they need to try workouts that help posture. Read more…

 

Fitness Trackers Don’t Count Calories Well, Study Finds – NBC News

nbcnews.comFitness trackers may be a trendy way to monitor every step we take, but these gadgets are actually pretty bad at keeping tabs on how much energy we burn, a new study suggests. Scientists pitted 12 devices such as the Fitbit Flex and Jawbone Up24 against two proven methods of monitoring energy expenditure – locking people in a room to assess every calorie consumed and burned, or asking people at home to drink specially treated water that makes it possible to detect energy output with a urine test. In the first experiment, measurements from the fitness trackers deviated from the lab results in a typical day by underestimating energy expenditure by as much as 278 calories or overestimating by up to 204 calories. Read more…

 

11 Tips from Women Who Crushed Their Fitness Goals When They Thought They Couldn’t : 11 Tips from Women Who Crushed Their Fitness Goals When They Thought They Couldn’t | Women’s Health

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We talked to four women who crushed their fitness goals to find out how they conquered their sweaty objectives. Read more…

 

Fitness star Joe Wicks reveals best way to burn body fat in 20 minutes with HIIT sessions | Diet & Fitness | Healthy Diet Advice, Fitness Tips & More | Daily Star

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So instead he reckons you should slash your sessions to just 20 minutes and repeat four or five times a week – meaning you’ll only be sweating for around an hour and a half in total over the seven-day period. “HIIT is awesome for burning body fat because you not only burn calories during the session you also burn calories for hours after. “My clients aim to do four to five HIIT sessions per week lasting no longer than 25 minutes. Read more…

 

 

 

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