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  1. Get a Jump on Summer with High Intensity Interval Training

    With Summer right around the corner, getting in shape should be high on your priority list. Advanced fitness strategies are built upon a foundation of intense, fast paced physical training, resulting in fat burning and muscle growth. High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is an awesome training method for getting your body in the condition you sit around always wishing it was in. Although HIIT has been well known for a long time, its popularity has been revitalized as of late. By definition, HIIT is the practice of working out at a very fast pace, anywhere from 15 seconds to 2 minutes and then breaking for that same time period, rinse - repeat. High Intensity Interval Training is a training program was built around the Soccer Mom, who doesn't have enough spare time to spend 2 hours a day at the gym, the Dad that has to work long days and take the kids to school in the morning - people that lead extremely busy lives and can't afford to take over an hour out their day to exercise. Any

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  2. Quick Workouts: Squeeze One In!

    Find some time in the middle of your day to squeeze a quick workout in. Studies show, exercising for a quick 5 to 10 minutes in the middle of the day has been shown to generate energy and help relieve stress. On a ten minute break from work, try to do 3 sets of 25 push-ups, 3 sets of 25 crunches and stretch your body our for 2 minutes. Running is difficult at work because nobody wants to get sweaty when they are at the office. But just try and get some quick push-ups, sit-ups and stretching, and you will feel refreshed for your afternoon at work. Desk jobs can lead to a sedentary lifestyle, and a body that reflects that lifestyle. So blast off the negativity, relieve some stress, get a quick workout in!

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  3. Sarah's Fitness Blog!

    As someone who has to work at a computer for long hours (I'm a writer) I really have to make sure I don't get a lot of problems that come with sitting and typing. First, I sit on a fitness ball, which is great for the core muscles. Then, every hour I do some back stretches. (You should ask a professional which ones are best for you, but what works best for me is clasping my hands together in front of me and pulling them forward as far as I can for the count of ten, then clasping them behind my back and doing the same kind of thing. But what's really important is making sure I don't get blood clots in my legs, and that's where my stairmaster comes in. Nothing beats it for working my legs. Fifteen minutes before I write, a half hour after, at least. People die from blot clots (deep thrombosis) and I don't want my job to kill me. I love writing, but I love living, too!

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