6 Days. 19 states. 4,200 miles. My cross-country road trip was taxing on my body, especially sitting for most of each day. I needed to create a quick workout I could use at any hotel. Here's what helped me keep my strength on the road.
As the fitness industry has shifted its recommendations from long duration, aerobic cardio to short, interval-based activities, there lies a lot of confusion and hesitance in this new type of exercise. One of the best aspects of interval-based training is the quickness of the workout(s). Gone are the days of 1,000's of repetitions and revolutions to strengthen your cardio. If you really want to improve all of your fitness levels, all you need is two minutes.
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Shoulder tightness? Back pain? Hip inflexibility? Knee issues? Everyone has some sort of dysfunction or weakness. Proper exercise (specifically strength training) is one of the most effective methods in reducing and/or eliminating joint mobility issues. However, a missing piece in the exercise puzzle is the influence of bodyweight movements. Finding the right movements can make all the difference in range of motion and muscle activation. The best part is... bodyweight training requires almost no equipment and just a few minutes of your time. Are you ready to fix your aliments with a few mobility movements?