Listening To Your Favourite Tunes Adds 19 Minutes To The Average Workout, A Study Has Claimed

November 2, 2013 by Foster Deluna   comments (0)

On Conquering A Scary Workout

as it's revealed she has a new businessman boyfriend comments As her ex-husband Tony Parker announces he's going to be a father, she is rumoured to have found new love too. And perhaps the latter explains why Eva Longoria had such a spring in her step as she stepped out in West Hollywood on Friday and showed off her toned bottom and shapely pins. The 38-year-old actress was stunning in skin-tight workout pants as she headed out of Ken Paves hair salon with freshly curled tresses, as a source has revealed to People magazine that she is dating a businessman from Mexico. A fresh 'do!
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Eva To the beat: A total of 27 per cent said that listening to music meant they increased the number of exercise repetitions they did (file picture) Another 28 per cent said it helped to break up the monotony and allowed them to exercise for longer. Why comfort eating ISN'T that bad: Study shows we eat less when we're happy, so everything balances out Longer session: Those that listened to music had an average workout time of 58 minutes (file picture) A total of 27 per cent said that listening to music meant they increased the number of exercise repetitions they did and a further 22 per cent felt that they could lift http://companynewsupdate.blogspot.com/2013/10/max-workouts-reviewed-published-indepth.html heavier weights with music on in the background. In order to assess whether or not music caused any statistical benefits, the study aimed to discover if it affected the average time people spent exercising, as respondents were asked How long do you tend to spend working out? Dance music was the favourite to work out to, followed by rock, hip-hop, pop and drum and bass. Among those who did not listen to music during exercise, one in three believed it was anti-social if working out with friends, 27 per cent did not want to be distracted and 49 per cent were worried about the dangers of traffic when exercising outdoors, such as during running or cycling sessions. http://investor.venezuelastar.com/bnn.venezuelastar/news/read/25347725/
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A total of 27 per cent said that listening to music meant they increased the number of exercise repetitions they did (file picture) not terribly high. I only started using clipless pedals (you know, the ones where your shoes actually clip to your pedals, which is completely confusing given the name) and riding on the road in the past year. And let me tell you, becoming more confident riding on the road has opened up a whole new world.
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'Twerking': A new dance workout

RELATED How to get the best fitness results Singer Miley Cyrus' latest video has already got 27 million views online, courtesy all the Twerking it involves. Twe-what, you say? Twerking, which is a combination of 'twisting' and 'jerking' your booty, is the latest dance trend to go viral. This seductive dance and great workout routine for your glutes, hips and thighs has caught the fancy of international artistes like Britney Spears , Amanda Bynes and the One Direction band. The Twerking communities on social and micro-blogging sites too are piling up likes and members by the hour.
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30-Minute Exercise Bike Workout

When working out on a stationary bike, the trick is to make sure you have the machine set with enough resistance. This way, you won't pedal yourself home page off the bike, but you'll also be able to sprint when necessary, which can make for a great interval workout. Mixing up the pace challenges the heart and lungs, but interval bike workouts also prevent boredom while pedaling on a road to nowhere. Keep reading to check out this interval workout.
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4 Things That Can Ruin Your Workout

Kristen James, area fitness manager for Equinox and creator of CYCLEology, stresses the importance of finding things you feel good in. "It will motivate you to work harder-face it, the gym is filled with mirrors!" she says. One great rule for workout-wear is that you shouldn't notice it. So whether you have a sports bra so tight it constricts your breathing, or shorts that won't stop riding up, get rid of them. These items won't magically become more comfortable, and until you give them the boot, they'll keep on bringing you down.
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