We all start the year off with the very best of intentions. Eat healthier food. Drink less wine. Hit the gym. And now that the first month of 2014 is coming to a close, let’s ask – how is that going for you? If you haven’t been able to put in your time on the treadmill or yoga mat, here are a few tips to help you make it happen.
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Birthdays. Bachelorette bashes. College reunions. Lately, it seems everyone’s celebrating by burning a few calories. Dubbed the “gym and tonic” movement by The New York Times, fitness parties are the latest craze sweeping the nation.
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Cooling off and breaking a sweat all at once. Impossible, right? Wrong. Introducing aqua cycling, the latest fitness fad to make a splash in the states.
Brought to us from overseas, aqua cycling consists of a 45-minute workout on a stationary bike submerged in water (a.k.a. a Hydrorider). Unlike typical spin bikes, there are no resistance knobs but rather rudders that turn as you pedal.
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Rue designer – and certified personal trainer – shares his fitness tips
Determined to stick to your New Year’s resolution of working out more (or at all)? Great. Getting to the gym when the temperature outside has plummeted to sub-zero levels and another winter storm is heading your way? Easier said than done.
Though the weather outside is still frightful, don’t worry. We let Dom, Rue designer and certified personal trainer, walk us through a few moves we can easily pull off at home.
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