I hope everyone had a great Leg Day yesterday!! Don’t be surprised if you are even more sore tomorrow, but today is the last weight day of this Week #5 and we are ending hitting it hard with our Back and Biceps. Day 35 is an Active Rest Day, so you will give you body …
How is everyone? How are those Shoulders? Mine are sore, and I love it. Today is Leg day and we will also be doing some abs too. We will be doing 2 sets of 8-10 reps for each exercise to make sure out legs are nice and warmed up (if you don’t have time to...Read More »
It’s Day 6!! You have almost completed the first week of the 8 and should be feeling a little tired and sore. Today we are doing another leg day! In some of my past workouts I have had friends write in and say they would like more legs workouts, so this 8 weeks we are...Read More »
5 Foam Rolling Exercises to Relieve Sore Muscles | Foam rolling is universally embraced by professional athletes and fitness fans who want to experience its almost instant benefits, which include improved posture, performance and flexibility of fascia, a connective tissue present throughout the body. Click through to LIVESTRONG.COM for a complete breakdown.
Warming up before a workout helps to activate your central nervous system and to maximize your performance. The improvement in blood and oxygen circulation and the increase in body temperature helps to prepare the muscles for more strenuous activities. http://www.spotebi.com/workout-routines/10-minute-core-cardio-warm-up/
Yoga Stretches for Sore Muscles by cosmopolitan: When you work out, your muscles contract and shorten, which can leave you feeling stiff. Stretching increases blood flow to the muscles to relieve this stiffness, lengthen muscles, and improve your flexibility for a greater range of motion (and lower risk of injury) the next time you work out... #Yoga_Stretches #Sore_Muscles by kimmyfromtn