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10 Minute Beginner Jump Rope Workout

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Let's get sweaty! Jump rope workouts are intense and require strong knees. If you love cardio and have great knees, why not try taking this challenge on? Be sure to have a jump rope on hand! As long as you have a jump rope, you can do jump rope exercises almost anywhere. It is also an inexpensive piece of equipment to own. Many athletes like to either run or jump rope as a warmup, but these exercises can also be done as a workout in itself. Jumping rope improves coordination, reduces the risk of injury, strengthens bone density, and improves...

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5 BEST Beginners Pulling Exercises to Start

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In a resistance training routine, it is important to balance both pushing and pulling exercises as they involve different muscle groups and are important to maintaining posture. The muscles that are mostly used for pulling exercises are called the “posterior chain”. This group of muscles are mostly comprised of tendons and ligaments along the back or posterior of the body, such as the back, neck, hips, and legs. More and more people are spending more time seated during the day, which thereby inhibits the use of the posterior chain muscles. If this group of muscles becomes neglected, it can negatively...

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Beginner Low Impact Workout for 50+

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Here’s a beginner low-impact workout that are especially good for those who are 50 years old or beyond. This workout will help ease you into a fitness routine – and if done regularly, it helps strengthen bones and joints. Follow this routine for two to three times weekly! It’s not too late to start looking after your health. Regular exercise is beneficial – it helps with bone health, maintain muscle mass, protecting your joints, and minimizes unwanted injuries. It also helps with training your balance and increases your heart rate! https://youtu.be/HbLweR4Pwl0 On a roll for more workout routines? Check these...

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Ways to get yourself into the handstand

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Improve your handstand with these handy tips! There are several ways to get yourself into the handstand – so you can try different ways to see which one you are most comfortable with. When you nail your handstands, try doing it in a environment from which you are used to doing handstands on as well as it makes doing handstands much more interesting. For example, changing it up to doing the handstand on grass may or may not be harder than a flat indoor surface, but it is definitely different. Practicing on different surfaces will train your balance better. Handstands...

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Beginner Hamstring Flexibility Routine

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If you’re thinking of entering the realm of flexibility training or if you are looking for tips on how to gain more flexibility in your hamstrings, look no further! Here is a beginner hamstring flexibility routine you can follow in addition to your workout routine. Flexibility training is especially helpful in preventing injuries and improving your posture as well as balance. Check out the routine below and good luck! https://youtu.be/Z9diEcFCFME Related blogs: Fix anterior pelvic tilt Massage Therapy for Lower Back Pain

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