by Fitness Contributor | Dec 14, 2015 | Fitness, Home, News, Workouts
AEROBICS, ABS, ARMS & AWESOME Legs…ALL-in-One
Finish the fall season off with a bang with this third and final workout in our A+ Autumn Workout Series! For this installment of the A+ workout, we are once again going to combine the cardio row machine with a challenging new mixture of strength training exercises, for a complete workout that will have you well ahead of the curve this New Year.
Are you new to The A+ Autumn Workout? Click the link below to get started with Part 1 of this AWESOME workout series!
by Fitness Contributor | Dec 8, 2015 | Exercises, Fitness, Home, News
How to do Exercises and use the Fitness Equipment at LA Fitness.
Standing Cable Triceps Pushdown with a Rope
Select an appropriate weight and attach the rope to the cable. Standing with your feet approximately shoulder-width apart, hold the rope in front you just below chest level. Push the rope down without moving your upper arms or shoulders until your arms are straight, pause, and then reverse the motion. Repeat for your desired number of repetitions.
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by Fitness Contributor | Dec 3, 2015 | Fitness, Home, News, Workouts
It seems like everybody has a different idea regarding the most effective time of day for working out. Some say morning is the most effective time of day, some say night, and ultimately many just work out when it is most convenient for them.
So, what time of the day is truly THE BEST time to exercise?
by Fitness Contributor | Nov 25, 2015 | Exercises, Home, News |
How to stretch at LA Fitness.
Kneeling Hip Flexor Stretch
This stretch is designed to relax your hip muscles, similar to the pigeon stretch.
Begin in a kneeling position, and bring one foot forward while making sure that your front knee is directly over your ankle and bent at about 90 degrees. Next, place both hands gently on your front thigh, and lean forward. Take gentle, relaxed breaths and lean into the stretch a bit deeper. Switch legs and perform the stretch on the opposite side.
- Be sure to keep your back knee on the ground and your shoulders down and squared in good posture.
- Gradually and incrementally increase the duration of the stretch, holding the stretch for 20 seconds or more.
- Always remember to breathe throughout the stretch, relax, and avoid the impulse to tense up.
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by Fitness Contributor | Nov 23, 2015 | Fitness, Home, News, Nutrition, Workouts
It’s that time of year again, the holiday when we have a celebratory feast to share our thanks that ends up becoming an opportunity for us to gorge ourselves on one GIGANTIC meal. So, what’s the big deal?
The main issues reside in the excess of fat, sodium and calories. However, it isn’t all bad; there is some good nutritional value in a few of the foods that we traditionally serve at Thanksgiving!
Debbie James is a registered dietitian. Any views or opinions presented in this article are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent the opinions or recommendations of Fitness International, LLC.
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