The step mill is a great piece of exercise equipment to have in your home or garage, as it burns more calories than regular walking and targets the glutes and hamstrings. Another beneficial machine for your upper body, (arms specifically) is called the upper body ergometer. This is great for those who are recovering from an injury but still want to keep a cardiovascular workout. Hovering over a saddle in a mini-squat ensures your glutes, quads, and hamstrings a great workout, while raising your heart rate and strengthening your balance, so make sure you add this to your equipment in your home gym.
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5 Fun Ways to Dive In to Aquatic Exercise
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8, 2014 5 Fun Ways to Dive In to Aquatic Exercise In partnership with SparkPeople.com The pool can be a scary place. You have to wear a swimsuit (ack!), get your hair wet and know the rules of the roader, swim lanes. But don’t let that stop you! Water provides an excellent workout, especially for people with joint issues or for those who don’t like the wear and tear of high-impact activities such as jogging.
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