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  1. Twirk it Like You're At A Shaker Club

    You know the guy that runs on that same treadmill every day? Well, he hates his life, that damn treadmill and he hates you, too. Doing the same workout every day sucks. Who in their right fucking mind wants to go to the gym Monday through Friday, just to do the same shit like a fucking lab rat? That's why we're fascinated with new ways to lose weight that are fun. Climbing fake stairs can only excite us so much. Riding a bike that is stationary, while staring at your pulse spoken through LED dots, for hours on end, isn't for the brightest of stars. Soooooo, what is a lively and enjoyable way to workout? Pole dancing, duh! Being a master of the metallic pole is naturally sexy, gets you in awesome shape and none of us are any good at it (besides the ladies at Spearmint). Our human nature behooves us to thoroughly enjoy getting good at new stuff. Seriously, getting better at things is fun as hell and even mean motherfuckers who hate pole dancing, like getting better at thin

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  2. Best Food For Weight Lifting

    Eating the right foods before you hit the weights can ensure your body is loaded with the energy it needs for a quality workout. When you’re lifting weights, your body will profit by primarily carbohydrates as fuel. Carbohydrates that are low glycemic include nuts, beans, pasta, fruits, brown rice, sweet potatoes, all-bran grains and vegetables. An example of a great pre-workout meal is a bowl of rolled oats with a scoop of whey protein and some peanut butter, milk and a sliced banana.

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  3. Tai Chi Classes Have Become a Tier 1 Destination

    T'ai chi ch'uan, also called t'ai chi, taiji, or tai chi, has become the new chic workout for everyday people wanting to lose some weight and tone their muscles. Practiced worldwide by many as a martial art, performing tai chi provides countless health benefits including increasing flexibility, building strength, helping our symmetry and balance and taiji optimizes our mindfulness. Originating in China at the end of the 16th century, there are five primary styles of tai chi, each named for the family that created the style: Chen-style of Chen Wangting (1580-1660), Yang-style of Yang Lu-ch'an (1799-1872), Wu (Hao)-style of Wu Yu-hsiang (1812-1880), Wu-style of Wu Chu'an-yu (1834-1902) and Sun-style of Sun Lu-t'ang (1861-1932). Its multitude of training strategies, developed through its famous grand-masters, range from a mild hybrid of cardio and strength workouts, to light contact exercises (pushing hands - no striking) and for the more aggressive practitioners, full contact competit

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