When you have a strong core, that is, strong abdominal, back and pelvic muscles, you are more likely to have good balance and will notice an improvement in your ability to perform other physical tasks, such as playing your sport of choice or simply have more stamina to go about your day. You can work your core without ever leaving home or buying any fancy, space-hogging equipment.
Between the carpooling and the cooking and the cleaning, fitting in some time at the gym is just impossible. The time you put into caring for your body is an investment in your health, however. You can put together a weight training plan at home that will build your muscles, strengthen your bones and tone your body. In just a few minutes, every few days, you can use your own weight training routine at home to improve the quality of your health and your life.
The holiday season is fast approaching and that means carbs and more carbs! To help combat the effects of too much pumpkin pie, Brooke Burke and her trainer, fitness expert Greg Joujon-Roche, have shared some great exercises with hand weights to tone and tighten your upper body. These three simple and effective work-out moves are perfect for moms who want to show off some killer arms and shoulders! Starbursts 1. Spread your legs and squat slightly, keeping your core engaged.