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If you really want to do something, you'll find a way; if you don't, you'll find an excuse. - Jim Rohn  womensrunning.com/blog

Making commitments and keeping them is not easy, but working hard and reaching your goals beats the lazy way out any day, excuses are for people who can't make a decision, can you think for yourself?

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10 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Hit the Gym After Work

10 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Hit the Gym After Work - Never skip a post-work workout again. I need these reminders some days!

Not a bad exercise.  Just make sure you keep tension in your abs and really squeeze your muscles tightly each time for max effect.  Also don't use your lower back too much, you should feel your butt, hams, triceps, lats and abs

Glute Bridge with Triceps Extension

Not a bad exercise. Just make sure you keep tension in your abs and really squeeze your muscles tightly each time for max effect. Also don't use your lower back too much, you should feel your butt, hams, triceps, lats and abs

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How To Tell If You're Working Out Hard Enough, And How To Fix It If Not

5 signs you're not working out hard enough: you're not sore the next day. you're not noticing any changes. you can talk normally throughout the workout. You do the same workout every day. you don't reach the right heart rate (moderate: hard: of your max).

Fitness expert Larysa DiDio has a closet full of bright, fashionable fitness gear. But she usually works out in fleece pajamas. “I wake up at 5 o'cl...

4 minute workout Fitness expert Larysa DiDio has a closet full of bright, fashionable fitness gear. But she usually works out in fleece pajamas. “I wake up at 5 o'cl.

Hold a dumbbell in your left hand, bend your hips and knees, and lower your torso until it's almost parallel to the floor. Let the dumbbell hang at arm's length from your shoulder, palm facing in. In one motion, pull the dumbbell toward your body while rotating your torso to the left, keeping your elbow tucked close to your side. Pause, then lower the weight back to start. That's one rep. Complete all reps, then repeat on the other side. Use a bench or chair for stability.

Single-Arm Dumbbell Row and Twist

Month 1 - Total Body Transformation - Single-Arm Dumbbell Row and Twist - this looks pretty good for an at home workout.

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