Question: Tip #3
Just as the bicycle is the best Ab move, riding a bicycle is also the best sport for fitness. This is because it works on every single muscle in your body. From your legs to your abs to your arms, if you ride your bike long and hard enough, the next day you will be sore, but in a good way, in a way that your body is responding to the workout positively and you will see results! So: Ride, Sally, Ride!
Question: yes number9, cold water is not very good for you.
- BEST ab move of all time:
the bicycle. Yes, that's the one where you touch your left elbow to your right knee, abd extend your left leg; and touching your right elbow to your left knee, extending your right leg, continuously. Why is this the best ab move? Because it targets all parts of the abs: upper, lower, and obliques, all at once. This move can be done with speed, to incorporate cardio, or at an extremely slow pace (this is hard, because you engage your core in order to balance and keep form), and can see great results either way! If you want it to be a little tougher, you can use a medicine ball.
Question: Hi Everyone!
As an intro - I'm a personal trainer in the NJ area. I'm here to offer advice, answer questions, and give some tips on dieting, eating healthy, working out, and training. =)
Tip #1 - WATER!
8 glasses of water a day! This is not just a myth or something your doctor tells you to put you at ease - it's true! The best way to lose weight, be healthy, supplement your exercise - is to drink plenty of water. Water flushes out your system of all the bad stuff that you take in daily. Also, water is an essential part of your body (the average human body is made up of 60-70% water!) Obviously, for most people, 8 glasses is a lot - but just drink as much as you can! The more the better! - NO SODA! That does the exact opposite that water does. Also, room temperature water is better for you than ice cold water. Why? Because your body needs to break down the ice cold water to a useable temperature before it can use it in any way - so if you drink room temperature water, your body does not need to break that down, it can just start using it right away! Moral of the story: DRINK WATER!
I will be back with more tips and training advice!
Never knew that about cold water-look forward to more tips-thanks sam