Exercises and homemade products
Are you tied to a computer most working days? If so, there's a good chance you struggle with tight hamstrings, hunched shoulders and a tight back. Sara Haley, a pre- and postnatal exercise specialist in Santa Monica and creator of the "Expecting More" DVD workout series for pregnant women,...
Lunges can be a little scary, especially if you're like many of us and have balance issues. So consider this your permission slip to "cheat" a little as you work your way up to doing the perfect lunge. Fitness expert Tosca Reno, author of the new book "The Start Here Diet," says using a...
If you had to take one fitness move to a desert island, the burpee would be it. "This movement is one of my favorites, and I also hate it," says celebrity trainer Bob Harper.
Soothe and ease those tight muscles by rocking atop two therapy balls placed next to your spine.
The dip kick exercise recommended by fitness expert Lacey Stone takes on various parts of the body.
Using therapy balls, this exercise can give your tight ilotibial band a deep massage.
'The Biggest Loser's' Bob Harper says the air squat is tops for getting in a lower body workout that will also raise your heart rate.
Many major muscle groups get a workout with this plank-to-squat combo.
Engage the glutes, quadriceps and hamstrings with a lifting movement known as the bridge.
Dr. Levi Harrison ('The Art of Fitness Cardio Core Workout') demonstrates working up to the V-up abdominal exercise.