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Science-Based Cardio Routine to Lose Fat Efficiently Without Losing Muscle

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Cardio is known to be one of the most efficient ways to lose fat, but what is the correct way to maximize your efforts when you are doing cardio exercises? How do you ensure that your efforts spent on cardio would help keep your muscles instead of losing muscle along with fat? A science-based approach can help nudge you in the right direction and clear up some misconceptions about cardio. For example, cardio is not necessary for fat loss if you’re consistently eating at a calorie deficit but cardio does help speed things up and makes it easier to reach...

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Can't Perform a Single Push-up? Try this!

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The push-up is a common exercise that can be quite difficult to do if you do not have any upper body strength. To do a proper push-up, you will need strong arms. The push-up exercise requires strength in the pectoral muscles, triceps, and anterior deltoids. However, to learn how to do push-ups, you shouldn't train with push-ups. Why? Well, it's usually too much for your arms to handle at the beginning, which can become discouraging. A common push-up modifier of doing the push-ups on your knees is one of the ways that you can train for a proper push-up, but...

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20-Minute Dance Cardio & Sculpting Workout

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Got 20 minutes to spare? Take a break from whatever you're doing and let's get dancing! Dancing is a fun way to get some exercise in your day. Not only do you get your whole body moving, but you also get to listen to upbeat music to lighten up your mood and get energetic! Follow along to the dance routine below and have fun! https://youtu.be/H0YBDXB8dv4 Related blogs:

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How to do the middle splits correctly

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Flexibility has great benefits to reducing injury, and doing the splits could be a great challenge for you. However, if you decide to train for the splits, be sure to do it correctly to avoid injury. Training for the middle split can benefit the rest of your body's flexibility by opening your hips, strengthening your glutes and inner thighs, and training your core. It can help with other physical activities you do by helping you move more efficiently and effectively, whether you do weightlifting or dancing. Other than physical benefits, training for the middle split also has mental benefits -...

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Bodyweight exercises for bigger biceps

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If your local gym is closed, and you want to train your biceps, look no further! If you can find the right equipment, you can perform some training exercises along with your bodyweight to grow your biceps! Biceps (aka the muscles on the front of the upper arms is a muscle that crosses both your shoulder and elbow joints and helps your arm twist and move into many positions. Biceps also help with stabilizing the shoulder. Strong biceps can help reduce the potential for injuries like elbow tendonitis and bicepital tendonitis of the shoulder. Check out the video below to...

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