This 30-Minute Rowing and Strength-Training Workout Is All About Your Butt
11 monthes ago - By PopSugar
If you're sick of the treadmill, walk yourself on over to the rower. This machine goes overlooked, but it's so good for your butt. Although rowing looks like a workout that's mostly about pulling with the arms, your legs actually do most of the work. Correct form involves pushing into your heels as you glide your seat back, which not only helps target your tush and hamstrings, but will prevent back pain while rowing.
This workout incorporates rowing and two basic yet effective glute-growing exercises - dead lifts and squats. Rowing burns a crazy amount of calories , and when coupled with...
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Taking a Hot Bath Burns As Many Calories as a 30-minute Walk, Study Says
11 monthes ago - By Health
Good news: researchers are saying that relaxing in a hot bath and doing absolutely nothing may be just as beneficial for your body as a 30-minute walk. A group at Loughborough University did the strenuous job of tracking this theory with 14 men who were put through two tests: a one-hour bicycle ride and a one-hour bath in 104-degree-Fahrenheit water.
The goal was to raise the body's core temperature by one degree. All in all, the cycling burned many more calories, but the researchers did come across something somewhat surprising: Relaxing in the hot bath did burn 130 calories, which is...
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