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How To Take Advantage Of Summer Weather And Lose Weight

Posted by Saito on May 18, 2009

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I find that I have to take certain steps and plan ahead for summer time workouts, mostly because of the hot weather. I’ll explain why:

1. Hot temperatures keep me from doing my workouts in the middle of day when it’s the hottest, I have to do everything mainly in the morning.

2. I seem to have the most energy in the morning anyway so all of this works out, I think everyone on average workouts out in the morning.

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Here is what I suggest you do in order:

1. Early in the morning you should start out with your aerobic routines. Doing this first will actually help you have more energy during the rest of the day, anytime after morning hours you won’t have the same amount of energy as you started.

2. After aerobics you should go into your weight lifting routines. Try to do it in the morning as well.

3. When after you’ve completed your work out routines (if you don’t already have a routine check out the Workout Routines section) lunch should be nutritional and balanced. Milk, veggies, fruits, grains you know a completely balanced meal.

4. After lunch try and spend some time outside, the sun is very good for your skin and body growth.

5. When you feel wiped just rest, even if it’s outside. Rest is always important.

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If you keep a schedule like that in summer time you should see results within at least a month, keep a good schedule going and enjoy summer vacation!

Stay tuned for the next update!

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Weight Losing Tips: Step 11

Posted by Saito on March 23, 2009

This post will be focused on the determination and focus you will need to make out a weight losing schedule:

^ See how determined she is to climb up the face of that cliff, well that’s the same determination you need to get up every morning and work out.

I admit it, its not fun at first. You feel worn out and dragged out when you first start a work out schedule to burn off those pounds.

But once you get at it, and find your niche for these work out routines you will began to get used to it. So will your body and that will help you get those pounds off.

You can’t quit on what you start, you have to force yourself to workout. But you will enjoy the results if you keep at it, you can even see results within two week…but it depends on your schedule.

Q & A

Wow this sounds rough. What should I do to work off these pounds?

Everybody is in their own situation in life, it’s hard to recommend what exactly to do or what to use when everyone has their own unique lifestyle and home life. But I have to recommend the basic’s, and here they are:

Treadmill

The treadmill is one of the most recommended workout machines out their, it’s a standard issue workout machine.

Stair Steps

You can either use the machine, or you can actually go up and down your stair for ten minutes (when you start out) I am actually going up and down my stairs for twenty-five minutes and I am seeing incredible results so I highly recommend doing this :D.

Bicycling (machine)

You can either use the machine or you can really go bicycling. Its fun my dad loves to bicycle ride and I do as well, I highly recommend this work out routine =D.

Basic Aerobics

This is one of the best ways to lose weight, just basic workout routines. You can learn all about the right routines like jumping jacks, squats etc. here: Turnstep.com

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I have personally done all of these workout routines, I recommend them all but you don’t need to do them all, just choose the one you think will work best =D.

Well that’s it for now, stay tuned for the next update =D.

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Weight Lifting For Teens: For Girls Part 1

Posted by Saito on February 16, 2009

Now normally girls do not want a bulky muscular form, and since I know this I will only be showing off techniques that will merely firm your muscles girls and not bulk them up…

Girl Weight Lifting

So then lets get started! (AND REMEMBER! Always do at least three sets of fifteen reps per workout)

1. Dumbbell Triceps

Dumbbell Triceps

2. Curls

Curls

3. Crunches

Crunches

Lift you’re legs up in the air, place your arms behind your head. Squeeze into your legs using your abs. Complete a set of fifteen reps, do at least three sets of fifteen reps.

4. Squats

Squats

Keep legs apart, hands at you’re hips. Squat down using your leg muscles, then lift up and squeeze your gluteal (buttock) muscles. Do at least three sets of fifteen reps.

5. Dumbbell Lateral Raises

Dumbbell Lateral Raises

Place you’re arms at your sides. Lift up evenly like a bar straight up to you’re shoulders, then back down. Complete three sets of fifteen reps.

These are basic weight lifting routines for those girls just starting out, stay tuned for the next round of routines 😀

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Weight Lifting For Teens: For Guys, Part 1

Posted by Saito on February 12, 2009

Teen Weight Lifting

Yep, for those who want to learn how to lift weights and gain those muscles you’ve been waiting for this is the topic to learn all about it 😀

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First off I think we should start off with the basics, the routines you will be using the most:

1. Bench Press

Bench Press

2. Curls (with free weights)

Curls

Sit down a bench or chair, curl your arm in then lower down to your stretching limit; then lift back up. Try to do three sets of fifteen reps.


3. Crunches

Crunches


4. Lying Butt Bridge

Lying Butt Bridge

When you lift up squeeze your buttocks muscles then lay back down, repeat till you complete a set of fifteen reps. Do at least three sets of fifteen reps.

5. Lat Pull Downs

Lat Pull Downs

Pull the bar down till it’s behind your back, the gently let it recede back to it’s original rest point. Repeat till you complete a set of fifteen. Do at least three sets of fifteen reps.


6. Shoulder Shrugs

Shoulder Shrugs

Roll your shoulders backwards, you should complete a full circle per roll forwards and backwards. Do three sets of Shoulder Shrugs backwards, then three sets of Shoulder Shrugs forward.


7. Dumbbell Lateral Raises

Dumbbell Lateral Rises

 

8. Jump Squats

Jump Squats

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These are basic workout routines when starting out with weights. Depending on your size and girth with weights only choose the amount of weight you can handle. Start out with lighter weights then move up as your muscles get used to the strain. With every workout you do, even ones without weights do at least three sets. Each set you do try doing at least fifteen reps. If you can, use a back brace when you workout so you’re back is supported.

Well that’s all for the first part, stay tuned for the next update 😀

 

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