Friday, April 4, 2014

Forbes Living Shares a Five Part Series on Fitness Programs

When it comes to fitness there are many different types of fitness programs available. Choosing the right one for you depends on your personality and your fitness goals. Many people are involved in more than one fitness program so that they will get maximum benefits. It’s also a good idea to incorporate some type of strength training into a cardiovascular workout. Forbes Living did a bit of research into exercise programs and came up with a few that we think are worthwhile. One of our favorite fitness sites is This is a great website to get fitness and nutrition tips.

We have created a five part series on several different types of workout programs with various benefits.

Forbes Living on Some of The Top Exercises Programs 

CrossFit-this is a cardiovascular and strength training workout. CrossFit is a program that builds strength and stamina through challenging workouts. This is for the person who likes a hard core workout.

Yoga-yoga is good for many things including stress management, flexibility, muscle tone and strength, lowers blood pressure and much more.

Pilates-Pilates increases range of motion, flexibility, circulation, posture, core strength and much more.

Strength Training-strength training is good for everyone. It strengthens the muscles in your arms, back, shoulders, legs and core. When you have strong muscles you tend have less pain and injuries.

Spin Classes-this is great for losing weight and building stamina. You work out on a stationary bike with various tension levels. You will tone muscles, burn calories, relieve stress and increase endurance.

This five part series on fitness will take a more in-depth look at these exercises. The producers of Forbes Living wanted to give our viewers information on different exercise programs so that they could pick one or more that would fit their needs. Keep in mind that before you start any exercise programs you should consult a doctor first. Take a look at one of our favorite exercise websites for more workout ideas

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