haus-of-ill-repute:

Cats come in both liquid and solid form.

haus-of-ill-repute:

Cats come in both liquid and solid form.

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healthfitnesshumour:

Rope jumping is an excellent choice for exercisers of all fitness levels who want to improve their cardiovascular conditioning, coordination, agility, speed, strength, balance, rhythm, timing, and bone density. All you’ll need is a properly-sized jump rope, a suitable surface for jumping (a flat, firm surface with a little give is best; avoid grass, artificial turf, dirt, and sand), and a timer. If you’re new to rope jumping, keep these seven rules in mind:
1. Keep your elbows close to your ribs. 2. Don’t choke up on the handles. 3. Allow your ankles, knees, and hips to flex when you land. 4. Keep your jumps low. 5. Hold your hands waist-high. 6. Turn the rope mainly by rotating your wrist. 7. Turn the rope first, jump second.
This workout was created exclusively for Greatist by the pros at Punk Rope and can be scaled to challenge any fitness level by increasing or decreasing volume and/or speed.
The Warm-Up
1. Joint rotations: Do 10 reps each of shoulder rolls, torso twists, cross crawls, and heel raises.
2. Shadow jumping: No rope needed; just jump and rotate wrists as if holding a rope. Do 20 reps each of the following jumps: basic bounce, heel taps, scissors, and ski (how-to videos below).
The Cool-Down
1. Standing calf stretch, 30 seconds each leg 2. Standing hamstring stretch, 30 seconds each leg 3. Hip flexor stretch, 30 seconds each leg 4. Standing chest stretch, 15 seconds 5. Standing cat stretch, 15 seconds
Movement Demo Videos
1. 50 Basic bounce jumps  2. 50 Scissors jumps 3. 50 Ski jumps 4. 50 Heel taps

healthfitnesshumour:

Rope jumping is an excellent choice for exercisers of all fitness levels who want to improve their cardiovascular conditioning, coordination, agility, speed, strength, balance, rhythm, timing, and bone density. All you’ll need is a properly-sized jump rope, a suitable surface for jumping (a flat, firm surface with a little give is best; avoid grass, artificial turf, dirt, and sand), and a timer.

If you’re new to rope jumping, keep these seven rules in mind:

1. Keep your elbows close to your ribs.
2. Don’t choke up on the handles.
3. Allow your ankles, knees, and hips to flex when you land.
4. Keep your jumps low.
5. Hold your hands waist-high.
6. Turn the rope mainly by rotating your wrist.
7. Turn the rope first, jump second.

This workout was created exclusively for Greatist by the pros at Punk Rope and can be scaled to challenge any fitness level by increasing or decreasing volume and/or speed.

The Warm-Up

1. Joint rotations: Do 10 reps each of shoulder rolls, torso twists, cross crawls, and heel raises.

2. Shadow jumping: No rope needed; just jump and rotate wrists as if holding a rope. Do 20 reps each of the following jumps: basic bounce, heel taps, scissors, and ski (how-to videos below).

The Cool-Down

1. Standing calf stretch, 30 seconds each leg
2.
 Standing hamstring stretch, 30 seconds each leg
3.
 Hip flexor stretch, 30 seconds each leg
4.
 Standing chest stretch, 15 seconds
5.
 Standing cat stretch, 15 seconds

Movement Demo Videos

1. 50 Basic bounce jumps 
2. 50
 Scissors jumps
3. 50
 Ski jumps
4. 50
 Heel taps

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fitnessgifs4u:

Body Toning Workout…VIDEO

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kellymagovern:

Gracie Anti-Abduction Strategies while in a vehicle.

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madsweat:

All The Ways Exercise Makes Us Happier (INFOGRAPHIC): http://huff.to/1r68OCP

madsweat:

All The Ways Exercise Makes Us Happier (INFOGRAPHIC): http://huff.to/1r68OCP



swolebrohamlincoln:

onlyfitgirls:

Brooke Ence

Mad skills

swolebrohamlincoln:

onlyfitgirls:

Brooke Ence

Mad skills

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