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Do You Get In Shape for the Spring?

Price reduction on Kettlebells, Buy now and SAVE! Anyway, if you’re afraid of or unwilling to deal with the cold – even though cardiovascular equipment is not my favorite kind of aerobic activity – given the alternative of doing nothing to walking on a treadmill or elliptical-ing on an elliptical trainer, choose the machine-based activity. If you don’t have access to cardio equipment, calisthenics can provide you with an effective means to develop and improve your fitness level.  Actually, calisthenics are preferable to any machine-based cardiovascular exercise, but I’m not going to make that argument now.  I’ll just leave it at this; if you want to get into great cardiovascular shape you will choose to do jumping jacks, squat thrusts, leg drives, grasshoppers, push-ups, sit-ups and pull-ups. So if you want to get into shape for spring, start now.

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  1. I admit, I love riding my fixed speed bike when it’s warm out, but I just can’t stand the cold. I do cardio in my gym 6 days a week during the winter months. I also agree that it’s better to maintain a healthy diet and exercise regimen year round instead of trying to make up for it at the last minute.

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