The Secret to Getting Ahead, Is GETting STARTED!

by on August 4th, 2016

The Secret to Getting Ahead, is Getting Started!

Everything takes time, but to get ahead & reach where you’re going…you have to GET STARTED!

Please contact us for any questions you have about getting your fitness routine started, start your journey to a healthier you.

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Either You #Run the Day, or the day runs you!

by on July 28th, 2016

Either You Run the Day, or the day runs you!

Take control of your day: Either You #Run the Day, or the day runs you!

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Precor TRM 243 Treadmill

TRX Suspension Trainer Pink Home Pack

by on February 3rd, 2016

TRX Suspension Trainer Pink Home Pack

With a TRX Pink HOME Suspension Trainer and anchor, a workout guide plus six bonus workouts — in 15 and 30-minute sessions — the TRX HOME Kit allows you to get the professional results you want – on your schedule.

Work Out Anywhere.

The TRX Home Kit includes two anchoring options, a workout guide, six digital workout videos and is supported by the TRX App – available for Apple and Android devices.

One Solution… Many Benefits.

Workout Anywhere – The TRX® HOME Kit weighs less than two lbs. You can set it up virtually anywhere in less than a minute. Work out anywhere on your own schedule.

  • With 300+ exercises, the TRX® HOME Kit will give you TOTAL BODY results, helping burn unwanted fat and build lean – not bulky – muscle.
  • A stronger core supports your WHOLE body. Research shows that Suspension Training is one of the MOST effective tools for stimulating and conditioning the core.

INCLUDES

  • TRX Home Suspension Trainer Workout anywhere with this lightweight, portable and scalable training system to earn the results you want on your schedule.
  • TRX Get Started Guide Set up instructions to get you started and workout cards to keep you going.
  • TRX Door Anchor It’s easy to train at home when you set up your TRX Suspension Trainer straps on any sturdy door.
  • TRX Suspension Anchor Take your training outside when you set up your TRX Suspension Trainer Straps, anywhere.
  • TRX Door Placard Train safe when you hang this “Workout in Progress” placard on your door.
  • TRX Wrist Band Show your friends how you train when you wear this TRX wristband.
  • TRX Mesh Carry Bag Take your TRX Suspension Trainer straps with you, anywhere, in this convenient storage bag.
  • Six Digital Video Workouts

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Excuses Do Not Burn Calories!

by on January 30th, 2016

Excuses don't burn calories!

Attack your workout!

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Batca Omega 4 Multi-Station Gym

by on January 29th, 2016

Batca Omega 4 Multi-Station

OVERVIEW

The Batca Omega 4 Multi-Station offers 4 weight stacks and accommodates 4 users. The Batca Omega Multi-Stations are easy to use and follow the most natural exercise path while safely cradling the user with full body support. Blending the finest materials and the most cutting edge craftsmanship leads to an incredibly striking and solid machine with the smoothest of movements.


KEY FEATURES

  • Single Station Design
  • Advanced Adjust-ability
  • Super Smooth Cable System
  • Exercise Stations: Chest Press, Pec Fly, Lat Pull-down/Swiveling High Pulley, Ab Crunch/Mid Pulley, Leg Extension, Seated Leg Curl, Chest Supported Mid Row, and Low Pulley/Standing Bicep Curl
  • Dimensions – 8’1″ L x 9’4″ W x 7’1″ H
  • Dimensions with optional Leg Press (additional $2,000) – 9’0″ L x 9’4″ W x 7’1″ H


Commercial Warranty

  • Frame: 10 Years
  • Moving Parts: 2 Years
  • Belts, Cables, & Other Parts: 1 Years
  • Upholstery & Paint: 6 Months


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Spirit Fitness CE800 Elliptical Trainer

by on January 28th, 2016

Spirit Fitness CE800 Elliptical Trainer - Commercial Grade

The Spirit Fitness CE800 Elliptical Trainer is designed with convenience, comfort, reliability, and aesthetic appeal in mind. We are confident that if people enjoy the experience – proper ergonomics and biomechanics, quiet stride, & challenging programs, that they will adhere to a regular exercise routine.


KEY FEATURES

  • Workout Programs: 9
  • Resistance Levels: 40
  • Integrated Generator with 30 lbs. Flywheel
  • Large Blue-LED Matrix Window for workout summary
  • Turbo Cooling Fan to extend your workouts
  • Heart Rate % Profile to measure your workout
  • Contact & Telemetric Heart Rate monitoring system
  • Heavy-Gauge high-strength steel frame
  • Unit Weight: 240 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 78″ L x 28″ W x 67″ H


COMMERCIAL WARRANTY

  • Use Profile: Light Commercial
  • Frame: Lifetime
  • Electronics & Parts: 5 Year
  • Labor: 2 Years



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Octane Fitness ZR8 Zero Runner

by on January 27th, 2016

Octane ZR8 Zero Runner

OVERVIEW

The all-new ZR8 was built with one goal in mind – top performance. And performance means many things: power, speed, endurance, efficiency, versatility and recovery. With the ZR8 premium zero-impact running machine, you are equipped to take your running program to the next level.

KEY FEATURES

  • Aircraft-grade, light aluminum legs
  • Stride tracing
  • SmartLink compatible
  • Bluetooth® 4.0 for mobile device connectivity
  • BLE and ANT+ compatible; heart rate chest strap included
  • Wireless heart rate (Polar, ANT+ and Bluetooth 4.0)
  • Digital contact heart rate
  • 38″ W x 63″ L, 191 lbs, Max User Weight: 300lbs

*IMPORTANT SmartLink is compatible with Bluetooth 4.0; 3rd generation iPad or above; iOS 6.0 or later.

RESIDENTIAL WARRANTY

  • Frame: Lifetime
  • Parts: 5 Years
  • Labor: 1 Year

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TRX Suspension Trainer Home Pack

by on January 25th, 2016

TRX Suspension Trainer Home Pack

OVERVIEW

With a TRX HOME Suspension Trainer and anchor, a workout guide plus six bonus workouts — in 15 and 30-minute sessions — the TRX HOME Kit allows you to get the professional results you want – on your schedule.

Work Out Anywhere.

The TRX Home Kit includes two anchoring options, a workout guide, six digital workout videos and is supported by the TRX App – available for Apple and Android devices.

One Solution… Many Benefits.

Workout Anywhere – The TRX® HOME Kit weighs less than two lbs. You can set it up virtually anywhere in less than a minute. Work out anywhere on your own schedule.

  • With 300+ exercises, the TRX® HOME Kit will give you TOTAL BODY results, helping burn unwanted fat and build lean – not bulky – muscle.
  • A stronger core supports your WHOLE body. Research shows that Suspension Training is one of the MOST effective tools for stimulating and conditioning the core.

INCLUDES

  • TRX Home Suspension Trainer Workout anywhere with this lightweight, portable and scalable training system to earn the results you want on your schedule.
  • TRX Get Started Guide Set up instructions to get you started and workout cards to keep you going.
  • TRX Door Anchor It’s easy to train at home when you set up your TRX Suspension Trainer straps on any sturdy door.
  • TRX Suspension Anchor Take your training outside when you set up your TRX Suspension Trainer Straps, anywhere.
  • TRX Door Placard Train safe when you hang this “Workout in Progress” placard on your door.
  • TRX Wrist Band Show your friends how you train when you wear this TRX wristband.
  • TRX Mesh Carry Bag Take your TRX Suspension Trainer straps with you, anywhere, in this convenient storage bag.
  • Six Digital Video Workouts

TRX Suspension Trainer – View Full Product Information & Video | Shop the Special

Pickleball Now – Edge Paddle

by on January 18th, 2016

Pickleball Now Edge Paddle

Pickleball Now Edge

With its unique shape and design, The Pickleball Now Edge is one of the most advanced paddles anywhere. Made with carbon fiber, this paddle is light-weight, yet packs a punch. Plus, it boasts a custom fitted edge-guard.

Known for colorful graphics and great quality paddles, Pickleball Now has quickly become a household name among pickleballers. We are strategically building a product line that will bring new innovations to the game.

About Pickleball

Pickleball is a paddle sport created for all ages. A combination of tennis, racquetball, and table tennis, pickleball is quickly catching the attention of multiple generations. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn. Players can develop quickly, making a fast-paced, competitive game for everyone.

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Fitness is not about being better than someone else, it’s about being better than you used to be.

by on January 15th, 2016

Fitness - Compete with yourself

Me (Today) > Me (Yesterday) = SUCCESS

#leisurefitness #fitness #pushyourself #precor #precortreadmills

PowerBlock Adjustable Dumbbells SportBlock 9.0

by on January 14th, 2016

PowerBlock Adjustable Dumbbells

OVERVIEW

The PowerBlock Sport 9.0 Set is the most compact dumbbell available. The small size of the PowerBlock keeps the weight concentrated closer to your hand making the dumbbell easier to control and balance.

The PowerBlock Sport 9.0 Set offers a component system dumbell. It equals/replaces 16 pairs of dumbbells or 830 lbs of free weights. The weight range is 5-50 lbs per hand in 5 lb increments.

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WaterRower Xeno Muller Signature Edition Rowing Machine

by on January 10th, 2016

WaterRower Xeno Muller Rowing MachineThe WaterRower Xeno Muller Signature Edition is hand crafted in solid Ash and stained Honey Oak for consistency of color. Each machine has been hand finished with Danish Oil giving a deep lustre an warmth to the wood.

Wood has been chosen due to its marvellous engineering properties, primary amongst these is its ability to absorb sound and vibration enhancing the WaterRower’s quietness and smoothness of use. Ash, like all woods used in WaterRower construction, is a premium hardwood with incredible longevity and dimensional stability. For reasons of ecology, all our woods are harvested from replenishable forests.

WaterRower Xeno Muller Signature Edition Rowing Machine Full Details


Xeno Muller Signature Edition WaterRower Features

  • Xeno Muller’s (a two time Olympic medallist) signature engraved onto the top deck
  • Wider Handle (17″)
  • Lower Foot rests
  • WaterRower decals on the rails
  • Along with your purchase of this rower, Xeno offers you a 6 month subscription to row2go.us, as well as 1 free coaching session via Skype, iChat, or Google Video.


RESIDENTIAL WARRANTY:

  • Parts: 1 Year (upgradeable to 3 years)
  • Frame: 5 Years (free with registration)


MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS

  • Xeno Muller’s (a two time Olympic medallist) signature engraved onto the top deck
  • Dimensions: Length: 83″ (2018mm) Width: 22″ (558mm) Height: 21″ (533mm)
  • Weight: Wood: 33kgs/ 73 lbs dry and up to 53kgs/ 117 lbs wet


MONITOR

Monitor Design – Basic Monitor Functions

  • Monitor Design: S4 Monitor
  • Intensity Units (m/s, mph, /500km, /2km, watts, cal/hr): Yes
  • Average Intensity Units: Yes
  • Distance Units (m/s, mph, /500km, /2km, watts, cal/hr): Yes
  • Zone Bar/ Settings (Intensity, Heart Rate, Stroke Rate): Yes
  • Timed Workouts: Yes
  • Distance Workouts: Yes
  • Interval Workouts: Yes
  • Heart Rate Features: Yes
  • PC & Software Compatibility: Yes
  • Workout Program AutoStore: Yes
  • Workout Program AutoPreview: Yes



Monitor Design – Advanced Monitor Functions

  • Manual Program Storage: Yes
  • Projected Duration (during distance workouts): Yes
  • Projected Distance (during timed workouts): Yes
  • Ratio Display: Yes
  • Advanced Heart Rate Prognostics: Yes
  • 2km Test Prognostics: Yes
  • Tank Volume Setting: Yes
  • Total Distance Rowed/ Machine Firmware: Yes
  • Firmware Upgradable: Yes


WaterRower – Xeno Muller Rowing Machine


WaterRower Xeno Muller Signature Edition Rowing Machine

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Precor 2016 Resolution Revolution Sale at Leisure Fitness

by on January 5th, 2016

Precor Resolution Revolution Sale 2016

The Resolution Revolution Sale of 2016 is on, and you can enjoy savings of up to $1,200 on award winning treadmills, efx elliptical crosstrainers, adaptive motion trainers, upright and recumbent bikes, and more!

Precor designs every piece to make your workouts more enjoyable, comfortable, and effective, helping you stay motivated and achieve your goals more easily. We base every decision on real-world observation, extensive engineering experience, and a deep knowledge of biomechanics and ergonomics. As a result, every machine works with the way your body naturally moves.

Treadmills by Precor

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Precor Treadmills are award winning by various rating organizations, most recently the Precor TRM 211 Treadmill was voted a Consumer Magazine ‘Best Buy’ at the $2,000 price range!

EFX Ellipticals by Precor

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Precor EFX Ellipticals revolutionized the category with the world-renowned Crossramp® Technology. Precor residential ellipticals are the result of the success of the health club Precor EFX seen all over the world, and the residential series enjoys the benefit of the technology and research and development for the commercial model to create a fantastic low impact cardiocascular exercise machine!

Adaptive Motion Trainers (AMT) by Precor

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ZERO-IMPACT, USER-DEFINED MOTION – The commercial Precor AMT® goes from short to long strides, walking to running, and climbing to lunging. With the commercial Precor AMT, users can change their workouts smoothly, easily, and spontaneously, just by moving naturally.
The innovative and premium design of the Precor AMT® 885 Adaptive Motion Trainer® takes fitness to a whole new level with the addition of the Open Stride™ feature. This single piece of equipment fully engages exercisers of all fitness levels with an infinite range of stride paths to create a uniquely effective low-impact workout, making every workout a personalized experience. The Precor AMT 885 Adaptive Motion Trainer® provides exercisers boundless cardio variety without the need to change machines.

About Us:

Leisure Fitness is the #1 Precor Authorized Dealer in the United States. Flooring a full selection of Precor fitness equipment, and will guarantee lowest pricing on new Precor product among authorized dealers. Leisure Fitness stores in Virginia, Maryland, Washington DC, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York & Connecticut with the best sales staff in the industry. Leisure Fitness serves the residential and commercial fitness communities throughout the footprint with a local representative available 7 days a week.

Precor Adaptive Motion Trainer AMT 885 with Open Stride

by on January 3rd, 2016

Precor Adaptive Motion Trainer

The innovative and premium design of the Precor AMT® 885 Adaptive Motion Trainer® (View Full Product Description on LeisureFitness.com) takes fitness to a whole new level with the addition of the Open Stride™ feature. This single piece of equipment fully engages exercisers of all fitness levels with an infinite range of stride paths to create a uniquely effective low-impact workout, making every workout a personalized experience. The Precor AMT 885 Adaptive Motion Trainer® provides exercisers boundless cardio variety without the need to change machines.

A machine as versatile as the human body and different from any other type of workout, the Precor AMT 885 Adaptive Motion Trainer® is designed to not only work your body, but also your imagination. Go from short strides to long strides, walking to running, then into deep lunges, on-the-fly. The Precor AMT 885 gives you the freedom to create a challenging and completely unique workout every time. Touch and telemetry heart rate with Smart Rate includes 12 programs and 20 levels of resistance.

Precor P80 Console Features

  • 15″ LCD Capacitive Touch Screen Console
  • QuickStartâ„¢ Button, Tactile Dome Keys, and Motion Controls.
  • 10-key key pad to enter data or select channels when integrated with Cardio Theater® components.
  • Console Languages include Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish.
  • Unit selection includes both Metric and U.S. Standard
  • 12 Programs including Lose Weight, Fat Burner, Aerobic, Be Fit, Manual, Hill Climb 1-1, Interval 2-1, Interval 4-1, Interval 5 K, and more * see all programs below
  • 20 Electronic Readouts including Total Distance, Total Calories Burned, Calories/Min, Calories/Hr, Time Elapsed, Time Remaining, Heart Rate, Target Heart Rate, and more * see all readouts below


AMT 885 Heart Rate Monitoring

  • Handheld heart rate sensors located on fixed handlebars for increased accuracy and ease of use by exercisers of all sizes.
  • Equipped for heart rate telemetry reading using a chest strap.


Precor AMT 885 Resistance System

  • Twenty resistance levels ranging from 20 watts (level 1 at 60 SPM, zero stride length) to 375 watts (level 20 at 120 SPM, max stride length).
  • Resistance Levels from 1 – 20.
  • Minimum Watts – 20 watts
  • Maximum Watts – 375 watts

Open Stride.

Open Stride is a unique feature that allows exercisers to adapt their stride height at will from 6.8 to 10 inches and stride length from zero to 36 inches, providing an infinite range of stride paths to engage several muscle groups.

User Defined & adaptive motion.

The Precor AMT 885 Adaptive Motion Trainer® does more than customize a workout, it customizes a movement — adapting to your motion — which means you can completely change the motion and paths of your steps without so much as the push of the button.

Handlebar Positioning.

Three distinct positions on the moving handlebars provide a comfortable fit for nearly every user. The rodeo grip has a heart rate sensor built-in that provides monitoring and a stable, comfortable position when focusing on the lower body.

Happy Holidays from Leisure Fitness

by on December 25th, 2015

Happy Holidays from Leisure Fitness

All of us at Leisure Fitness just wanted to wish you a Happy Holidays & we hope to see you soon!

Here is a 5-part strategy for staying fit through the holiday season!

Your No-Time Holiday Workout Plan


Five time-saver strategies to building your body around the holiday hustle and bustle.

You know it’s the holiday season when your girlfriend suddenly expects a run, she’s drained your bank account, and your fitness level tanks. But it doesn’t have to be that way. You can remedy the first two with a timely breakup (or some intense groveling). And that last problem is an easy fix, too — all it takes to stay in top shape is smart planning and a little ingenuity.

The holidays generate a lot of unavoidable, often random time drains, such as office parties, family get-togethers, and after-work shopping. They take a chunk out of your life and make it difficult for you to maintain your normal training regimen. But most guys make the mistake of trying to fit their regular workouts into their busier, more unpredictable schedule. Instead, they need an exercise plan that’s compatible with their schedule — no matter how packed it is.

So I’ve devised a five-step system that uses backward logic in order to create a made-to-fit workout that’ll keep you lean and in peak condition. You’ll simply evaluate your toughest exercise opponents ahead of time so you can prepare a more effective game plan. Even if breaking up is hard to do, you can’t use your girlfriend as an excuse for shrinking biceps. Your net worth, however, is another story.

STEP 1: Calculate the number of days per week you can exercise

Make this a minimum of two days, but don’t be unrealistic. If you’ve been working out five days a week up to now, chances are you might average only three days a week over the next month. Here’s a very unscientific formula you can use to estimate a practical number:

Take the number of days you normally exercise each week and multiply it by four. We’ll consider that the number of workouts you do in a not-so-hectic month.

Now subtract the number of parties, get-togethers, and gatherings you think you’ll attend in December, as well as the number of nights you’ll need to shop after work. (Yeah, you, tough guy!) Consider that researchers at the National Institutes of Health found that the average adult goes to more than four parties between Thanksgiving and New Year’s.

Divide that number by four and you have the average number of days a week you should strive to exercise. (Round to the nearest whole number.) Consider any additional workouts to be a bonus. If you exercise in the morning or at lunch, after-work activities might not seem to have a direct impact on your training plan. But an increased number of social commitments during the holiday season will have a cascade effect on all parts of your life. For instance, it might diminish your sleep, which makes morning workouts a problem, or force you to work through your lunch hour, eliminating a workout option.

STEP 2: Identify the best days for you to exercise

Now that you have a realistic target for the number of exercise sessions you’ll perform each week, choose the days that provide the best opportunity to achieve that goal. For instance, if you know that two of your parties are on different Thursdays, you might want to eliminate that day right off the bat. Perhaps Saturday is a good option, since you don’t have to work, but Sundays are bad because you’ve got season tickets to the Jaguars’ games. (Poor guy.) It doesn’t matter what days: It could be Monday, Tuesday, and Saturday; just go with the ones that offer you the best chance of staying consistent. Consider these your official “training” days.

STEP 3: Determine the length of your workouts

Estimate the minimum amount of time you’d be able to exercise on the busiest of your training days. That is, base it on the worst-case scenario. Using the example in Step 2, let’s say Saturday is pretty open, which narrows down the toughest days to Monday and Tuesday. Maybe you like to exercise in the morning before work, which isn’t a problem on Tuesday but is almost always an issue on Mondays because you have trouble getting up on time. You’ve just identified a potential problem.

The solution, then, may be to exercise during your lunch hour on Monday, or after work. Still, both could be time crunches, since you’ll need to factor in a shower if you exercise during lunch, and there’s a good chance something could come up unexpectedly if you wait until after work. So base it on what you know: the amount of time you’ll have to exercise during your lunch break.

Start with the total amount of time you have and then subtract any time that doesn’t contribute to your workout — for instance, getting to the gym, changing clothes, and showering. The number that’s left over is your “base” exercise time that you’ll try to achieve in each workout throughout the week. If you have time to spare, that’s great — you can always exercise longer than planned. But this approach ensures that you have a concrete minimum.

Keep in mind that your life might be a lot different than the example. So the key is to think about all the possibilities and variables you might face ahead of time in order to give yourself the best chance for a winning game plan.

STEP 4: Choose Your Mode of Exercise

You can use this plan to create a cardio- or weight-only routine, or a combined program that incorporates both. If you choose the combo, designate a percentage of your base exercise time to each.

In general, I’d recommend two-thirds of all training be devoted to weights and one-third to cardio. So if you have three training days available per week, you could lift weights on two of the days and perform cardio on one, or simply do both weights and cardio on all three days, using the appropriate amount of time for each. In addition, you should always include a warm-up. To keep it simple, just jog or cycle for five minutes at an easy pace, but don’t forget to account for the time. Before you move on to the next step, here are some guidelines to follow when creating your workouts.

If you’ll be lifting weights:

Perform a full-body workout a minimum of two days per week — three is ideal—and avoid lifting on back-to-back days.

For each workout, pair an upper- and lower-body exercise, and perform them as alternating sets, resting 30 seconds between each. So do one set of the upper-body exercise, rest, and then do one set of the lower-body exercise. Repeat until you complete all the planned sets of each. Then move on to another pair of exercises.

Emphasize exercises that work as much muscle as possible each repetition. The best lower-body choices: any version of squats, deadlifts, lunges, or stepups. The best for your upper body: any type of press (bench, incline, shoulder), row, or chinup.

Vary your repetitions each workout by alternating between 6-8 reps and 12-15 reps each session.

If you’ll be doing cardio:

Perform cardio after lifting.

You can do either continuous cardio or intervals.

If you do continuous cardio, simply try to run farther (on the road or treadmill) or burn more calories (on stationary bikes and rowing machines) in the same time each session. Even though you won’t be running longer (since you don’t have the time), your workouts will challenge your body a little bit more each session.

If you do intervals, include a five-minute cool-down in your cardio time allotment. For the actual workout, run (or cycle) at the top speed you can maintain from start to finish for one minute, then slow to an easy pace for one minute. That’s one round. Do as many rounds as you can, then cool down.

STEP 5: Personalize your plan

Assuming you’ve completed the first four steps, you now have all the information you need to design an exercise plan that fits your life. Calculate the percentage of time that you’ll be doing weights and cardio, and then just follow the directions below for each.

Your weight workout

Roughly calculate the amount of time it will take to perform one set of one exercise. Typically, it’s about one minute, depending on the number of repetitions and the speed at which you perform the movement. Add in the 30-second rest period, and it’ll take you a total of 90 seconds to perform one set of one exercise.

Now calculate how many total sets you’ll be able to perform after subtracting your five-minute warm-up and any allotted cardio time. For example, if that leaves you with 18 minutes to lift, and you can perform one set of one exercise in 90 seconds, you have time for a total of 12 sets. That means you could do 12 sets of one exercise, two sets of six exercises, or even one set of 12 exercises. (Knock yourself out!) But I’d recommend you aim for two sets of each as a general guideline. I find that works best for training as many muscle fibers as possible, which should be your main goal. Your cardio workout

If you plan to do cardio, calculate the total time available by subtracting your five-minute warm-up (and five-minute cool-down if you’re doing intervals) and any time that you’ve allotted for lifting weights. Then simply perform continuous cardio or intervals for the duration of your designated time.

💃 Zumba with Ronnie

by on October 8th, 2015

“Zumba

#TBT IHRSA 2015 – 💃 Zumba with Ronnie

…I think we need a new instructor.

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‪#‎leisurefitness‬ ‪#‎zumba‬ ‪#‎thestruggleisreal‬ ‪#‎dance‬ ‪#‎fun‬ ‪#‎butFail‬

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Enjoy the Journey.

by on December 8th, 2014

Enjoy the Fitness Journey
Enjoy the journey. Mid-point in the morning run, appreciating the scenery.

#enjoythejourney #fitness #leisurefitness #scenery #bridgethegap #fitspo