There are plenty of ways to lose weight, whether it's by tracking every calorie you put in your body, jumping on the trendiest workout, or enlisting the help of the baddest personal trainer around. And now, thanks to smartphones and tablets, it's easier than ever to get in shape whenever wherever.
If you've ever lost weight, you know it typically starts with looking at yourself in the mirror, seeing the few extra pounds that have gathered around your waist, and wanting a change. In my case, no mirror was needed — my body was telling me I needed a change.
By Lane Dailey, Nutritionist at ClubSport Pleasanton
You roll out of bed, reach for your coffee, and try to wake up enough to start your day. Suddenly it’s three hours later and you still haven’t eaten. You’re probably feeling a bit anxious, maybe a little hungry, but mainly lost in what would be best for you to eat. Sound all too familiar?
Whether you’re on a boat or in a plane, or in a hotel room in the middle of nowhere, work up a good sweat with this REV32-inspired bodyweight workout that can be done almost anywhere. No equipment is necessary and a mat is optional. This simple five-exercise pyramid routine starts off light, but quickly steps up the difficulty with each progressing round as you increase your reps.
If you have struggled to lose weight or keep it off, your hormones might be the culprit. Microscopic as they are, hormones hold extraordinary power, as they control every aspect of weight loss, including your metabolism, where you store your fat, your appetite, and even your cravings!
Everyone loves a good 2-in-1, like a college class that fulfills two requirements, a shampoo plus conditioner bottle, and a cronut. When it comes to working out and working off those cronuts, this month’s workout featuring the Total Gym ELEVATE Row Trainer will get the job done.