Beginner's guide to cardio machine's
No matter your level of fitness, there is a type of cardio exercise for you. Low intensity activities like going for a walk, moderate intensity activities like Zumba and other aerobic dance classes or high intensity exercises like running or plyometrics all count as cardio exercise. Some prefer to use machines to get their cardio workout done. Every LivRite Fitness location has many cardio machines for you to use.
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Beginner's Guide to Weight Loss
Losing weight is always a popular topic. Magazine articles, social media and TV programs are always claiming they have the best way to lose weight or the newest diet fad.
We are bombarded by before and after pictures and messaging about workouts and how to eat. Yet, with all of this information out there, The CDC reports that the prevalence of obesity in America in 2017-2018 was 42.4%. That means that, using the CDC data and measurement, almost half of Americans are considered obese (a Body Mass Index or BMI of 30.0 or higher)!
Strength training for beginners
Whether your goal is to build muscle mass or achieve a more fit, more toned body, weight training can help you get there. Weight training, also known as resistance or strength training, uses your own bodyweight or tools, like weight machines, dumbbells, barbells or resistance bands to increase endurance and build lean, stronger muscles.
training for your first mini marathon
Whether you are a seasoned runner but haven’t run a race or if you are a brand new runner, here are some tips to prepare for a half marathon.
Find The Right Shoes – Running is a great sport in that the only real equipment you need are shoes. But the right shoes, and shoes in good shape, are really important. I highly suggest going to a running store to get your first pair of running shoes. The Runners Forum in Fishers is a great option.
Post workout recovery
Exercise or any other physical work cases fluid loss, muscle damage, and the depletion of energy stores (muscle glycogen). Without proper recovery time, the repair process where the microscopic muscle tears created during a workout will not heal into stronger muscles. A muscle needs to rest anywhere from 24-48 hours to repair and rebuild or it may simply lead to tissue breakdown instead of building.
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