One or two of these may be what you are looking for to spice up your exercise routine.
Regular exercise is beneficial in a plurality of ways that far surpass the usual goal of looking great: working out on a consistent basis has been shown to increase one’s mood along with mitigating stress, depression, and anxiety; individuals who work out consistently will almost always have an abundance of overall energy...
Regular exercise is one of the building blocks of a healthy lifestyle. Most people try to find the time to workout consistently, but the repetitiveness of working out is something the majority of people would do away with if they could. There are some who can’t run in place for long durations, and others who can’t do the same lifting routine again...We all struggle with finding the time to workout. With our busy schedules, kids, or just life in general, who has an hour or more for the gym every day? And when we do find the time to get there, sometimes we’re faced with unpleasant experiences that make our coming back unlikely. And don’t even get me started...The goal of most gym enthusiasts is to get stronger and using the XBar is a great way to get there. But the fastest way to get stronger is to use the most intense exercises and the XBar is packed with ways to do them. If you want to increase your strength, include these three exercises into your next routine.
We’ve all been there. You get home from a busy (and frustrating) day of work and the first thing you want to do is grab your XBar and start cranking out sets. It’s a tempting idea, but you need to prepare a bit if you want to get the maximum effort out of your exercise.