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Fitness Tips


Fitness Tips To Help You Get in Shape and Stay Fit

viva_fitness_tipsBuild Lean Muscle
Start building lean muscle mass today with hundreds of different exercises and workout routines! Building lean muscle mass is one of the most important things you can do to attain a lean physique. By adding muscle to your body, you will be burning more calories all day long. Resistance training is critical for burning fat, losing weight & keeping it off for a lifetime.

Burn Body Fat 
Start doing the best cardio exercises to burn off those extra calories and achieve a truly lean physique! Cardiovascular work is very important to include in your overall fitness plan to burn off excess calories and help make your heart and lungs stronger. Cardio training can also be fun and exciting by including enjoyable exercises that give you a great workout every time.

Fuel Your Body
Start eating the right types of nutrient dense foods to provide enough energy for your intense workouts! Nutrition is the key to building lean muscle mass and burning excess body fat. Always choose the proper foods to optimally fuel your body so you can have the energy you need to reach your ultimate potential. Remember, that you really are what you eat.

Fitness Models
Top fitness models from around the world showcase their lean and fit physiques. View their photo galleries and access their fitness interviews to learn about how they get into contest shape. Each fitness model answers specific diet and exercise questions and provides in-depth fitness tips, exercise advice and nutritional insight to help you reach your physique goals.

General Fitness Tips

Relieve those achy muscles
After a grueling workout, there’s a good chance you’re going to be feeling it. Relieve post-fitness aches by submerging your lower body in a cold bath (50 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit; you may have to throw some ice cubes in to get it cold enough) for 10 to 15 minutes. Many top athletes use this trick to help reduce soreness after training sessions.

Find the best fitness friend
A workout buddy is hugely helpful for keeping motivated, but it’s important to find someone who will inspire—not discourage. So make a list of all your exercise-loving friends, then see who fits this criteria. Can your pal meet to exercise on a regular basis? Will your buddy be able to keep up with you or even push your limits in key workouts?

Buy comfy sneaks
You shouldn’t buy kicks that hurt. Your shoes should feel comfortable from the first step. So shop in the evening—your feet swell during the day and stop in the late afternoon, so you want to shop when they’re at their biggest. Also make sure the sneaks are a little roomy—enough so that you can wiggle your toes, but no more than that. They should be comfy from the get-go.

Pick your perfect tunes
Running with music is a great way to get in a groove. To pick the ultimate iPod playlist, think about what gets you going. Several athletes listen to what we’d consider ‘relaxing’ music, such as symphony music, while they do a hard workout.

When to weigh
You’ve been following your diet for a whole week. Weigh to go! Now it’s time to start tracking your progress. It’s best to step on the scale in the morning before eating or drinking – and prior to plunging into your daily activities.For the most reliable number, be sure to check your poundage at a consistent time, whether daily or weekly.

Say hello to H20
It’s always important to hydrate so you can stay energized and have your best workout.

Fun up your food
It’s easy to get in a diet rut, even if you’re loading up on flavorful fruits and veggies. The solution? Have plenty of spices, fresh herbs, and lemons at your cooking beck and call. It’s amazing what a little dash of spice, sprinkle of herbs, pinch of lemon zest, or squirt of lime juice can do to liven up a dish—and your diet.

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