Holiday season is approaching quickly, which means a lot of great foods and desserts are about to get eaten (that’s what the Symbaloo team is looking forward to).
Get a head start on your New Years resolution! Check out this week’s Top Tiles for gym inspiration and stretching techniques.
Be Fit: Get high quality workouts for free! “Re-shape your body, burn fat, and sculpt lean muscle as you work out with top fitness trainers like Jillian Michaels, Denise Austin, Jane Fonda, etc.” Workout with top fitness trainers from the comfort of your home, or on the go. Try out the 90 day or 30 day BeFit systems to shed pounds and target problem areas.
Strava: Join the social network of athletes. Strava is a global community comprised of runners, cyclists, and triathletes “united by the camaraderie of sport.” Strava means ‘strive’ in the Swedish language, which is what the members of Strava seek to do- strive to improve and reach your goals. Record your athletic activity using your watch, smart phone, etc., and update your performance online.
The Open Mind: It’s easy to forget to stretch after intense workout of lifting or running. With The Open Mind, you can see which muscles you should be stretching if you’re tight in a certain area and how to properly execute the stretch. Stretching leads to better posture, a healthier body, and less aches and pains.
Gyms and Fitness Clubs: Your one-stop resource to quickly and easily find gyms and fitness clubs in your area. Compare health clubs in your area to find the one that best fits your exercising needs. On the website, you’ll not only find a great place to work out, but also informative resources on nutrition. Need some motivation to get going? Check out the “Articles” tab for motivational articles and success stories.
SportsLingo.com: Don’t sit through a sports game in confusion trying to figure out the lingo being tossed around! From baseball, to basketball, to volleyball, and more, SportsLingo.com provides definitions for common sports terms and phrases for the average reader unfamiliar to sports.