The added benefit: it improves posture, and is an excellent cardiovascular workout. Research shows, she says, that a lap of backward running is equal to four to six laps of forward running.” Treading with caution That’s a good enough reason, say the city’s reverse runners, to run in the face of ridiculous stares from passers by. “As if my fluorescent shoes weren’t attracting enough attention, I am now running backwards,” laughs Talreja, admitting, “Looking back and running took some getting used to.” The trick is to focus on the p90X3 results action, go slow, and keep moving backwards. Backward running is a less natural motion, but can be accomplished with http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm some speed with practise.
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The New Fitness Gear I Can’t Wait to Try
Here is a list of some of the AMAZING studios who are participating: ((305)) Fitness – Start the morning dancing away to a 9AM dance class at the Stepping Out Studios located at 37 W 26th Street. **Purchase a MAKE SWEAT SEXY tank for $32 each and 50% of sales will be donated to Sweaty Saturday. Exceed Physical Culture – In addition to a Sweaty Saturday Exceed workout at 4PM, Exceed is hosting a special drop-in kids fitness class! *Parents can bring their kids in with them, and the kids have their own class downstairs while the parents have a separate workout upstairs. Flex Studios (formerly Pilates Proworks) – Try their Flex90 class at 1:30PM – 30 mins of each TRX, Barre, and Pilates – for Sweaty Saturday.
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Sweaty Saturday: Fitness For A Good Cause
They track their every move, from work, to the gym, to running errands, and even to bed. They challenged themselves to get in their 10,000 steps daily, and many of them saw results on the scale or in the doctors office. Last summer I finally broke down and purchased a tracker for myself, eager to learn more about my daily fitness and sleep routines. Not one to hide things in my bra, I wore my tracker on my wrist and checked it frequently throughout the day.
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