Run, Refresh and Reduce

Run, Refresh and Reduce

Cardio for Women, Workouts For Women
Ever feel charged up after a run? Recent studies tell us why.Ever feel charged up after a run? Besides bombarding you with those feel-good endorphins, recent research found that running mitigated the negative impact of chronic stress on the part of the brain in charge of learning and memory. Stress weakens your neural connections, which over time impacts memory. But when stressed subjects exercised, those connections remained intact. Another study published in Cell Metabolism found that those same brain-benefiting mechanisms also helped strengthen the immune system and amped fat metabolism: Exercise reduces the chemicals associated with depression and mental illness and converts them into other chemicals that act positively in the body, turning white fat cells into energy-burning brown cells and enhancing the ability of immune cells to combat inflammation.
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“Skip It” Crossrope Full-Body Workout

“Skip It” Crossrope Full-Body Workout

Cardio for Women, Fat Loss for Women, Fat-Loss Strategies for Women, Workouts For Women
Do you remember jumping rope as a kid? Do you remember how much fun you had — not to mention how you could jump for what seemed like forever and never get tired? Fast-forward to today. Skipping is an inexpensive, super-effective, fat-burning exercise that most people can do just about anywhere. And we now have more options available to us — to take our “childhood love” to the next level. Thanks for watching!Visit WebsiteFor anyone who’s up for the challenge, you may want to consider Crossropes. These cool jump ropes come with adjustable weighted handles that allow you to increase your intensity as you get stronger, and they help you sculpt out a stronger, leaner and more athletic physique. You not only will get a great overall conditioning workout, but…
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Overall Conditioning Plyo-Box Workout – Oxygen Magazine

Overall Conditioning Plyo-Box Workout – Oxygen Magazine

Cardio for Women, Total-Body Workouts for Women, Workouts For Women
We can all benefit from including a plyometric box into our workouts. Athletes and fitness enthusiasts alike know that a plyo box can help with conditioning, explosiveness, coordination, strength and overall power. I could say more, but I’m sure you all get the picture. It’s a great piece of equipment. Perform the following exercises in a circuit to feel the burn and achieve a challenging workout! ExerciseSetsReps/TimePlyo-Box Single-Leg Rocket Jump   410-12 (each side)   Box Jump   430-45 seconds   Plyo-Box Mountain Climber   410-12 (each side)   Running Box Tap   430- to 45-second hold   Plyo-Box Pop Push-Up   410-12 (each side)   Plyo-Box Single-Leg Rocket JumpStep one leg onto the box with your heel firmly placed on top. As you step up onto the box, bring your opposite leg up in front and bent to help you jump…
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