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Quick Tips

1. Head for the hills
Get off the flats when you walk. This is especially great for toning your butt, thighs and abs. If a hill is too steep for comfort, zigzag up and down to vary the intensity.

2. Get on the ball
At work or at home, sit on a stability ball instead of a chair and you'll strengthen your abs all day long as you improve your balance and coordination.

3.  Eat before you train
It’s important to consume a carbohydrate-rich protein meal about two hours before training, if you can work it in. Carbohydrates are critical for promoting muscle contraction and delaying muscle fatigue, especially during stressful exercise, as well supplying enough energy for you to get through your lift.

4. Run with your head erect and your shoulders relaxed
Running helps strengthen your heart and lungs. If your head is down and your shoulders slumped, you’re preventing those important organs from working at peak capacity - not to mention all the additional stress and strain you’re placing on your neck and upper back!

5. Consult your doctor before starting an exercise program
This is particularly important if you haven’t exercised in a while and more so if you are 40+. You should begin with a low impact training session with periods of rest with a warm up in the beginning and stretching at the end of session.


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