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postheadericon How to Create Distraction Free Workouts

How to Create Distraction Free Workouts

Two Parts:Setting Up a Distraction-Free EnvironmentStaying Consistent with ExerciseCommunity Q&A Distractions may be a welcome part of your regular fitness and exercise routine. However, certain types or amounts of distractions can actually take away from the quality and total time of your workouts. In addition, including some types of distractions – like reading – can actually cause poor performance and injury over time.[1] Setting up a distraction free environment and limiting them during your exercise routine, can help you stay focused and on track. Part 1 Setting Up a Distraction-Free…

postheadericon How to Create Balance and Neuro Muscular Control with Functional Fitness Training

How to Create Balance and Neuro Muscular Control with Functional Fitness Training

Developing balance and neuro muscular control will make you more confident in all of your activities. Imagine feeling stable and sure of your step that you walk, run, or jump. See your body as the efficient machine it is meant to be, sending messages up and down your spinal column, allowing every muscle and cell to react quickly and precisely. No matter your fitness level or goals, you will benefit from functional fitness training. From couch potato to elite athlete, you deserve optimal performance from your body. Functional Training means…

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How to Create a Sport

Are you bored with regular sports? Do you want something different that absolutely no one has thought of? Then create your own sport! 1 Come up with a basic idea. Will it have a ball? How many people on each team? Is it aggressive or is no contact allowed? Are there any animals in it? 2 Pick a name for your sport. Try to have one that goes with the sport. 3 Come up with the field. Decide how big it will be and where the lines are. What sections…

postheadericon How to Create a Personal Fitness Plan

How to Create a Personal Fitness Plan

Four Parts:Assessing your Fitness LevelCreating a Cardio PlanTraining for StrengthAdding Stretching and Flexibility ExercisesCommunity Q&A How fit are you? Could you run a mile or bench-press your own weight? If you’d like to get stronger or faster, lose weight, or just improve the quality of your life, consider creating a personal fitness plan. There are many kinds of possible plans and most incorporate a mix of aerobic, weight, and flexibility exercises. Assess your level of fitness and craft a plan suited to you. Part 1 Assessing your Fitness Level 1…

postheadericon How to Create an iPod Playlist for Fitness Walking

How to Create an iPod Playlist for Fitness Walking

Have you ever been walking and after awhile you get tired and you can’t do anything to get back walking? Maybe you have a true calling for music and you don’t know what songs to listen to, that will not put you to sleep? Well, I’m here to help. 1 Buy an iPod, a MP3 player, a Walkman, a music-playing cell phone, or some other portable electronic music-playing devices. It can be any color, and make sure you have a case and/or screen protector so when you drop it you…

postheadericon How to Create an Exercise Music Playlist

How to Create an Exercise Music Playlist

Have you ever noticed just how expensive it can be to purchase music with a specified BPM (Beats per Minute) to exercise to? If you have an MP3 player, you can easily organize your music by its tempo for easy use as exercise music. 1 Explore your MP3 player’s help menu to find how to enter the BPM value. This will usually be a number between 60 and 180. In iTunes, you’ll find it under “Get Info” for a song. Other MP3 software will likely vary. 2 Find the BPM…

postheadericon How to Create and Hide a Geocache

How to Create and Hide a Geocache

Geocaching is a relatively new, family-friendly hobby where participants use GPS technology to seek geocaches hidden by fellow geocachers. At its heart is creating and hiding geocaches. 1 Search for existing geocaches before trying to create your own and hide it. Try to find a variety of cache types and sizes in various terrains and locations and covering the spectrum of difficulty levels. This will allow you to determine which things work well and help you form wise choices in this endeavor. Some people will advise you to find X…

postheadericon How to Create a Fitness Marketing Plan (Personal Trainers)

How to Create a Fitness Marketing Plan (Personal Trainers)

Marketing is a big part of any business so it’s important for personal trainers to have a good fitness marketing system in place, especially if they want to expand or increase their profits. This article will show personal trainers how to create a fitness marketing plan. 1 Figure out your fitness marketing budget. To do this, look at how much you charge an average client and how long they usually stay with you. Then, break down how much their contract brings in. For example, if you typically charge clients around…

postheadericon How to Create a Bicep Workout

How to Create a Bicep Workout

Three Parts:Focusing on FormCreating a Balanced Workout RegimenFocusing on Staples for Developing Bicep MassCommunity Q&A The biceps are two muscles that run from your shoulder to the front side of the elbow joint, forming a peak when you flex your arm.[1] Biceps are one of your most visible muscles. Therefore, though they make up a small part of your total muscle mass, they are what people will often use to judge the sort of shape you are in. A good bicep routine requires balance, planning, and variety. Part 1 Focusing…

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How to Cox an Eight Person Shell

One Methods:The essential callsCommunity Q&A Being the coxswain of a rowing shell is an important job. As the coxswain, you are responsible for getting the boat from the boathouse to the water and back again- along with everything in between! Your rowers rely on you to be the eyes and ears of the boat, and to motivate them to go as fast as they can, while steering them to victory! 1 Call “hands on” to get everybody ready to lift the boat. If the boat is on a rack on…