Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Equipment Adds Muscle To Cross-Training Workouts

“Being fit requires establishing a sound exercise habit. However, it’s important that your regular routine doesn’t become a boring workout rut. According to fitness experts, in order to maintain maximum calorie burn, muscle strength and motivation, you need to mix it up with a variety of activities and exercise equipment — exactly the kind of stuff displayed at the recent International Health Racquet and Sportsclub Association (IHRSA) convention here. Not only do new innovative gym tools give you a better burn for your workout buck, but they also make getting in shape more interesting — sometimes, even fun. The latest equipment gives a twist to core workouts, takes full-body movement to new heights and boosts group exercise energy by leaps and bounds. Because most of the gear carries a price tag that’s too fat for the standard home gym, you’ll need to look for these at your fitness center. Here’s a preview of some of the newest gym artillery that you’ll want to add to your cross-training repertoire: Jacobs Ladder, CoreAlign, Skywall, NuStep, and Core-Tex...


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