Saunas

Saunas are great after a workout%2C dry heat relaxes tired muscles & helps to flush out toxins and impurities.” – direct link

Endorphins

Exercise releases feel-good chemicals called endorphins%2C so you’ll feel happier and less stressed after a workout. ” – direct link

It’s dark out

New Year resolutions fail because it’s dark out. Start exercise in spring so when winter comes you have a routine. – direct link

deep breaths

Something as simple as taking a couple of deep breaths can work wonders. Take a few slow%2C deep breaths. ” – direct link

Exercising

Alternate your exercise activities to stay motivated to work out. – direct link

Avoiding injuries

To avoid injuries%2C write an expiration date on your shoes as soon as you buy them. Shoes last about 500 miles.””” – direct link

streching muscles

Between sets%2C take 20-30 sec to stretch muscle you just worked. Researchers found this increased strength by 20%.” – direct link

Work the bicepts

Bend wrists to work biceps harder. Extend them backward slightly—and hold them that way—while you do arm curls. – direct link

Heavy first

Start each workout with the biggest, most intense and heaviest exercises and finish with the shorter, lighter and less intense ones.

From: mensfitness.co.uk

37 inches

A waist measurement of over 37 inches indicates a slight health risk, whilst over 40 inches indicates a substantially increased risk.

From: weightlossresources.co.uk

Couch sitting

Muscles require more calories in order to maintain their structure and size. So the more muscle mass you have, the more calories you will burn just sitting on the couch.

From: ehow.co.uk

Walk briskly

To make the walls of your arteries twice as flexible as those of a couch potato, just walk briskly for 30 minutes, 5 days a week.

From: mezack.blogspot.com

Free weights

Unlike gym machines, which lock you into one plane of motion and restrict your range of movement, free weights, such as dumb-bells and barbells, maximize your muscles’ growth potential by hitting then from different angles and forcing them to stabilize your movements.

From: mensfitness.co.uk

Improve health

Research shows that, among men who are overweight to any degree, losing 5-10% of your body weight can significantly improve your health.

From: drweilblog.com