Experts say there is no magic to exercise: You get out of it what you put in. That doesn't mean you have to work out for hours each day. It just means you need to work smart.
That said, experts agree that not all exercises are created equal. Some are simply more efficient than others, whether they target multiple muscle groups, are suitable for a wide variety of fitness levels, or help you burn calories more effectively.
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If you're suffering from lower leg pain, you may wonder if it's serious or something you can treat at home. What follows is an overview of several causes and types of treatment for lower leg pain . Be sure to see your doctor if you have any question about your leg pain or if symptoms get worse. Lower Leg Pain: Causes and TreatmentsView Thread
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I am beginning a weight loss program and have been attending a gym and doing the same old thing with the cardio machines. Is there any resources that I can find to intensify cardio when on these machines?View Thread
I am a mom of a busy toddler and I am also trying to lose 5 to 7 pounds to get back to my pre baby weight. I am currently doing 30 to 45 mins of cardio 5 days a week and 2 days a week i meet with a mom friend and do an hour of toning while the kids play. I am very tight with my diet and by the weekend so tired and hungry that i grab for anything. I am low on energy and feel like I spend all of it trying to lose weight and do not have enough to take care of the house or to play with my child. Can you recommend a workout routine that will get the job done of toning and keeping my weight down but will give me energy to take care of the house, dog, child, and husband? Also any meals that will fill me up, give me energy and not make me feel like I am depriving myself?View Thread
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