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    To Lift or Not to Lift?

    To lift or not to lift? That is the question. But to tone up, you have to build muscle. To build muscle, you have to lift weights. We're debunking all the weight lifting myths on the blog now. Read more

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    HIIT Workout for Halloween

    October 23, 2020

    Having a 'fangtastic' time indulging this Halloween? Since those Halloween treats are seriously taunting, sweat ‘em off with our Halloween HIIT workout next time you're at In-Shape with a pal. Don't be scarrreeeedd, but watch out for those Zombies! Read more

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    Rowing: Your New Favorite Cardio

    October 23, 2020

    Looking for cardio that doesn’t involve the treadmill? Whether you’re avoiding high-impact exercise due to an injury or just need to freshen up a stale cardio routine, we want to introduce you to a piece of equipment you’ve probably seen at your club, but may not have tried: the rowing machine. Read more

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    Breaking Down the Burpee

    October 5, 2020

    Burpees are an exercise we love to hate! They’re an efficient and super challenging exercise you can do anywhere, anytime. They work most major muscle groups and challenge coordination and balance while improving cardiovascular fitness—plus they burn a ton of calories. Read more

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    5 Yoga Poses to Help You Focus This Fall

    September 28, 2020

    Is the frenzy of your new fall routine leaving you stressed? Have no fear, yoga is here! It can improve your flexibility, build muscle strength and tone, increase energy, help you lose weight, relax the mind and take you from #stressed to #blessed.     We’ve pulled together our top five favorite... Read more

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    5 Lunge Progressions to Add to Your Leg Day

    July 23, 2020

    What’s not to love about a good lunge? They use your entire lower body, challenge balance and coordination and can help increase mobility in your hips, knees, ankles and feet. Unlike squats, the lunge works one leg at a time, meaning each leg works harder. We also love that lunges are a functional exercise &ndash... Read more

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