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May 30, 2020

Star date 2020... After sheltering in place for what seems like an eternity you will soon have the opportunity to return to sweating at your favorite fitness facility. Yes exercising at home has been convenient, but you're probably ready to lift some real weights. Yes, taking a lot of walks with the family has helped you develop better relationships, you can not wait to jump on your favorite piece of cardio equipment so you can start working off the COVID 19 - NO! I am in no way inferring that exercising can stop the virus BUT returning to your favorite gym workouts could help you lose the 19 pounds of extra weight you may have gained from stress eating.   

Here's one way to think of the past number of weeks, many fitness fanatics are probably over-trained so spending a few weeks away from the gym could allow your muscles to fully recover from high intensity exercise and actually work in your favor for achieving the results you want.

This Quick Fit Tip discusses what you can expect to see when you return to the gym along with a few thoughts about how to make the best of the post-COVID 19 fitness environment. 

 

All About Fitness does not take advertiser dollars, nor will it hide valuable content behind a pay wall; if you want to support the podcast please consider purchasing one of the following resources that can help you learn how to use exercise to enhance your quality of life.

 

The All About Fitness workout programs were written based on the latest science! Each one of the 8 week workout programs includes HIIT workouts to help you burn calories and while you get stronger! 

 

8 week Dumbbell Strength Training - $19

8 week Kettlebell Conditioning - $19

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Do you want to learn how your body moves when you exercise? Pick up a copy of the e-book, Dynamic Anatomy: Understanding How Your Body Moves During Exercise - $14 

 

Do your hamstrings really extend the knee? What's the best way to exercise your inner thigh muscles? Are crunches the best exercise for your abs?

FOLLOW THIS LINK to the recorded webinar on Dynamic Anatomy - it includes a copy of the e-book; you can purchase both for $27 Both will help you learn how your muscles function so that you can identify the best exercises for your needs. 

 

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Need workout ideas? Follow the All About Fitness Podcast channel on YouTube for workout solutions that can enhance your quality of life! 

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