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Workout and helpful advice for burning fat, training muscles and improving health. 5,4,3,2,1. Stop! If you can not do it, try slowing down the pace. Add this tutorial to your favorites it will guide you when you train! Dont' bend or curve your back. Keep the abdomen constantly tight to stable the spine and avoid injuries. Don't turn your knees inwards or outwards, be sure constantly be in line with your toes. Keep your abs and butt constantly tight to maximize the effectiveness of the exercise. Don't lift your heel off the ground during descent, keep your foot constantly well placed.

5,4,3,2,1. Stop! Next Exercise: High punch. Readyé Go! If you can not do it, try slowing down the pace. Don't pass the line of your toes with your knees during the descent, to avoid joint problem. Don't curve your back during the exercise, keep your abs and glutes constantly tight. Don't turn your knees inwards or outwards during the descent phase. 5,4,3,2,1. Stop! Next Exercise: Standing Cross Crunch. Readyé Go!

If you can not do it, try not lifting your leg and concentrate on your bust. Keep the abdomen constantly tight. Do not strain your neck, stare at fixed point in front of you to help you. 5,4,3,2,1. Stop! Next Exercise: Standing Crunch with Outstretched Leg. 5,4,3,2,1. Readyé Go! If you cannot do it, try keeping your legs bent and touch your knees with your hands. Keep your shoulders and head straight throughout the whole exercise. Try staring at a fixed point in front of you. Be sure not to bend your leg when you lift it.

5,4,3,2,1. Stop! Next Exercise: Standing twist. Readyé Go! If you are unable to complete this movement try slowing down the pace. Be sure to only rotate your torso, it may help to Stare at a fixed point in front of you. Keep your abs constantly tight, to avoid burdening the spine. 5,4,3,2,1. Stop! Next Exercise: Standing Knee Touch Crunch. Readyé Go! If you can not do it, try slowing down the pace.

Don't arch your back, keep your abs tight. Avoid violent impact with the floor during the descent, in order to do this, always land on your toes. 5,4,3,2,1. Stop! Next Exercise: High Knee Run + Power Crunch. Readyé Go! If you are unable to complete this movement, do not jump. Don't arch your back, keep your abs tight. Avoid violent impact with the floor during the descent, in order to do this, always land on your toes. 5,4,3,2,1. Stop! Next Exercise: Half Squat + lateral punch.

Readyé Go! If you can not do it, try slowing down the pace. During the descent, do not take your knees over the tips of the toes. Don't turn your knees inwards or outwards, be sure constantly be in line with your toes. Don't bend or curve your back, keep the abdomen constantly tight to stabilize the spine and avoid injuries. 5,4,3,2,1. Stop! Next Exercise: Mountain Climbers. Readyé Go! If you can not do it, try slowing down the pace.

How to Find Your Waist to Hip Ratio

Jessica Matthews, Exercise Scientist: Let's discuss a few simple ways that you can assess your health risk at home using nothing more than a tape measure. So, for our purposes today, it's actually recommended that you utilize a springloaded tape measure like this one you see here. Now, if you don't have a springloaded tape measure at home, you can use one of these if you have that available. The first measurement we're going to talk about is body mass index, also known as BMI. BMI describes the relationship between body weight and height, and since it cannot determine actual body composition, research has shown that this measurement can be somewhat limited in terms of its accuracy. For example, individuals who are extremely muscular would score high on a BMI chart,

inaccurately categorizing those individuals as being overweight or obese. Studies indicate that compared to BMI, waist circumference is more accurate in regards to predicting cardiovascular disease risk. Waist circumference can be measured at the midpoint between the lowest rib and the iliac crest. Unsure what the iliac crest isé It essentially acts as the main hipbone. It can be felt by putting your hand at the lowest rib bones and simply sliding it down the abdomen until you reach the top of the pelvic region. Research has shown that waist circumference is effective in identifying cardiovascular disease and diabetes risk. Here is a table that shows the criteria for waist circumference in adults.

For accuracy, it's important that the measurement is taken at the end of expiration, at the point when the diaphragm is in its neutral position. It's also important to keep the tape measure snug, but not too tight that it presses into the subcutaneous layers. Another measurement that can be used, and research has shown to be the superior al measurement for predicting cardiovascular disease mortality, is the waisttohip ratio. For this assessment, the hip measurement should be taken at the greatest circumference of the buttocks. You'll then find the waisttohip ratio by taking the waist measurement you completed earlier and divide it by the hip measurement.

This table shows the waisttohip ratio norms. For the waist circumference and the waisttohip ratio, for accuracy, you want to ensure that you're completing the measurement at the same landmark each time. It's also helpful to complete multiple measurements at the same site, but to ensure that you allow at least 20 to 30 seconds between repeat measurements to allow the skin and subcutaneous tissue to return to its normal state. Research has shown that these measurements demonstrate a strong correlation between health, morbidity, and mortality. But it should be noted that they serve only as an estimation of body composition and fitness level.

For a more threedimensional view of the makeup of the body, especially if you have weightloss goals, consider enlisting the help of an ACEcertified personal trainer who can provide additional assessments, such as skinfold measurements, to more accurately assess your body composition. To find an ACEcertified trainer in your area, visit our website: acefitness getfit. And we'll see you next time.

How To Buy Mens Jeans That Fit Understanding Denim Waist Rise Inseam Style Boot Cut

How To Buy Men's Jeans That Fit UnderstandingDenim Waist Rise Inseam Style Boot Cut Hi! I'm Antonio Centeno, the founder of RealMen Real Style. Today, I'm going to be talking about how to buy a pair of jeans that actuallyfit, so I'm going to be going over jeans, denim, the terminology that we use to understandhow they are built. Let me just start off, guys, by saying thatthere is no substitute for going in and trying on a pair of jeans because there are so manyfactors out there. I think it's one of the hardest initiatives. I get people that contactme once every couple of months and they're

starting a denim company or starting a jeancompany, sometimes madetomeasure, and I think that's a very hard business. My hatis off to my friend, Christopher, out in Massachusetts. He has a company, Brown Deim, and they aredoing just that, but this is a very hard business. And so, to get what you really want I knowsome of you guys are really particular. Hopefully, by understanding these five points and thesefive terms, whenever you see this, you'll be able to zero in on what you need and makesure that you don't waste your time. All right, so let me jump right in this. NoticeI didn't even ask you to subscribe or like, or did I just ask you to do ité Okay, so thefive things I'm going to talk about today

guys are the waist, the inseam, the rise,and then we're going to talk about the build right here, the style in the hip, butt, andthigh area, and then we're going to talk about the build down here at the end of the leg. Waist Okay, so let's first talk about the waist,one of the easiest things. We all think we know what we fit into. And in fact, I wear3232. Does that mean I have a 32inch waisté Yesé Noé Waiting for your answer. No. The answer is actually no. That is vanitysizing. So the fact that they tell you, you

have a 32inch waist really means that yourwaist is about 34 to 34.5 inches and it depends on the brand. Some brands are going to giveyou a little bit of extra room; some are going to give you a little bit less. They look attheir target market and they build for that. I don't know who started this vanity sizingor why, but it really throws a wrench in everything and it confuses people, and they really believethat they are a 32inch waist when they're not, or even those of you that are a bit bigger. Now, it also changes, like I said, with brands.So this is where if you are used to one brand, don't think a 3232 in Levi's is going tofit the same as 3232 in Cooper or a 3232

in Wrangler or Lee or any of those other brandsout there, especially when we get into small brands. You could see even more variation.All right, so that is the waist. That one's pretty easy. Rise Let's talk about the rise. What is the riseéThe rise is actually the distance from so if I were to lay this out flat on a table,the rise is going to be from the bottom of the crotch area all the way to the top uphere where the button is at. And so, we normally think of high and low rise. Many of you haveseen that. You didn't know exactly what

it was, but yes, that is the rise. Now, low rise you may not know. A lot of youyounger guys out there wearing lowrise jeans, that started in the women's department, andwomen really liked it, the whole lowrise just because of the way their bodies werebuilt. And then it transferred over to the young men department for whatever reason.Some guys really like the look. I think too much of a low rise is not a greatlook for a man because it shortens his leg line and makes his torso look longer. Someguys like this. I guess if you've got the whole sixpack abs thing going for you, youcould probably pull it off, but for most of

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