When you’re not looking to build muscle, but rather maintain what you’ve already got, it can be tricky to find the right exercises. This video breaks down four simple arm exercises for muscle maintenance that you can do at home with a set of dumbbells. It also breaks down the proper form for each exercise, so you can get the most out of your workout while staying safe. Plus, since there’s nothing quite like a workout video from the ‘80s, this video incorporates those loud patterns and vibrant colors – as well as the nostalgic synth music of the decade – to make your fitness routine that much more fun.
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These quads exercises, from a trainer, work the fronts of your thighs to help you build a strong lower-body at home using minimal equipment.
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Jenna Ortega just showed off her toned abs in a new ad for Adidas on Instagram. To stay fit, the actress, 20, does a mix of running and strength training.
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Stress surrounds us every day in subtle and substantial ways. Although we can't eliminate stress from daily life, research shows that by intentionally stressing our bodies through exercise, we can change how we respond to stress and boost our resilience. Resilience is the ability to bounce back from adversity - a career setback, a relationship breakup or any of the big and small disappointments of daily life - and grow from the experience so that we handle difficult situations even better the ne
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Scientists are studying twins to understand a type of eating disorder linked to anxiety. It could be genetic.
Researchers are studying twins to learn more about an eating disorder that largely affects people with anxiety, ADHD, and autism.
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