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Upper body exercises will help you work your shoulders, chest, arms and upper back. Strengthen and tone your upper body muscles with exercise and workout advice from our fitness experts. Check out these upper body exercise blogs to learn how to target each area of your upper body when you workout.More Fitness Blogs:
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Malia Frey, M.A., CPT, is a nationally recognized fitness, health and weight loss expert. Recently named a ShareCareNow Top 10 online ...
|The 10 Weight Loss Do's and Don'ts
Posted @ 6:00am ET on February 11, 2013
Blog: Fit Life with Stephen Cabral
By Stephen Cabral
It's important before totally committing yourself to a weight loss program that you know what you should be looking for in the first place. A lot has changed in the last few years and we know now more than ever what truly works for transforming your ...
|Make Exercise A Lifetime Habit!
Posted @ 10:00am ET on February 5, 2013
Blog: Diet with Dr. Tabor
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Numerous research studies have shown us the importance of regular exercise for both weight loss and the maintenance of a healthy body weight. However the vast majority of these studies have typically been relatively short-term, running anywhere from 3 ...
|The Little Red Dress Workout
Posted @ 7:00am ET on February 4, 2013
Blog: Functional Fitness
By Mike D.
Every woman has a little black dress in her closet for those special occasions that call for an extra dash of sex appeal. But in celebration of National Heart Month, here’s a 4-exercise workout so you can look sexy in a little red dress – or in anything ...
|Want Arms Like Michelle Obama?
Posted @ 7:00am ET on February 2, 2013
Blog: Workout Tips to Help you Look and Feel Your Best
The First Lady has gotten a lot of attention for her arms, and rightfully so. She's got arms that many women would give anything for. Well, here are some moves that will help you get toned arms just like hers! 1 - Curl 'n Press (Recommended weight – 5 – ...
|How To Blast Away Fat In 8 Minutes
Posted @ 7:20am ET on January 28, 2013
Blog: Tips from a Former ARMY Soldier
By Vic Magary
Let's face it, we're all very busy people. Between work, trying to have a social life, kids and our spouses/significant others, most of us don't have time for the 60 minute workouts you find in the fitness magazines. The good news is that you don't ...
|Is Morning the Best Time of Day to Workout?
Posted @ 11:00am ET on January 22, 2013
Blog: Trainer Pete's Blog
By Trainer Pete
Trainer Pete here! I hope everyone is doing awesome and on track with their health and fitness goals. I just have a short and to-the-point blog for you today. Is morning the best time of day to workout? Or are you better off working out in the ...
|The Best Pilates Exercises to Tone Your Arms
Posted @ 8:00am ET on December 17, 2012
Blog: Celebrities and Diet
By Diet Diva
Tone your arms while building core strength for a beautiful body! Hate big weights? Want slimmer arms? Check out this Diet.com Pilates workout video! Pilates instructor Paula from Boston Pilates showed me an intense arm workout using 1 lb dumbbells. ...
|Fast 3-Exercise Fat-Burning Holiday Workout
Posted @ 7:00am ET on November 21, 2012
Blog: More Ammo For Your Workout
We've arrived at a crucial time of year -- the busy holiday season. Time is precious, but we need to burn off the extra calories we'll eat and drink at the many holiday feasts. This year enjoy the holidays without weight gain -- try my quick 3-exercise ...
|Time Crunched? Try Circuit Training
Posted @ 8:00am ET on October 22, 2012
Blog: Jess's Training and Diet Blog
Circuit training involves a sequence of exercises performed back to back with little or no rest. The sequence, or circuit, is then performed to a desired number of repetitions. Because sequential exercises carried utilize different muscle groups, the body ...