Sprained ankles, laziness, and lack of time are all equally crappy reasons to not go to the gym. What’s worse is th…
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Unless you go to some of the top sports schools in the country (insert something with the Florida Gators here) with multimillion dollar rec centers, chances are the gym in your dorm's basement won't have the best state-of-the art equipment, if any. A little imagination and good ol' American stick-to-it-iveness can help you get a great workout even if your gym sucks.
COED has a few tips on quelling that "jump-off-a-bridge" feeling you may experience in light of returning to a full-time schedule or paying back mountains of student loans. Whatever you're dreading, keep these five ideas in mind and remember to breathe.
Now that summertime is here, guys everywhere are hitting the gym to get ripped for the beach. Of the many beach muscles guys train, the six-pack is one of the most sought-after fitness goals...and one of the hardest to achieve. Before you start crunching away to create your own "Situation," read this blog to make sure you do it right and don't waste your time on silly gimmicks and commercials.
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As she pedaled an elliptical exercise machine at the University of Oregon, Wen Lee's face lit up like the light bulbs she was powering. "I could run my television with this," the environmental studies graduate student said between breaths, making the three bulbs on the stand in front of her glow brighter as part of a demonstration of renewable people power.