What Did We Learn This Month? @FitnessMagazine June Issue Review #FitFluential

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What Did We Learn This Month?

 Fitness: June 2013

Ford Model Demaris Lewis photographed by Ture Lillegraven

Ford Model Demaris Lewis photographed by Ture Lillegraven

What Do We Learn This Month in Fitness?

“Torch Calories Fast”

Kira Stokes (creator of the Stoked 360 class/Reebok Sports Club/NY) gives us this workout which you perform as a circuit twice in ten minutes 2-3 times per week to help get your heart rate up and burn calories.

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“Lighten Your Stride”

If your sneakers are a bit too light and causing your legs more strain from running—Irene Davis Ph.D., director of Harvard Medical School’s Spaulding National Running Center, can show you how to “lighten” your running stride.

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“Wow Abs Now!”

Mahri Relin (creator of the Body Concepts Method) offers us a few moves guaranteed to work your core to the max.

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And now the rest of this issue of Fitness:

  • “Can You be Fat but Fit?” Can you be considered technically over your ideal weight and still be healthy?
  • “Spring Chicken” Yummy recipes ideas using my favorite protein.
  • “Sunsational” The best of the best new sunscreens on the market that will not leave a “goopy mess.” Sold!
  • “Truth or Bare” Writer Alice Oglethorpe tried out naked yoga and we learn about her experience doing some sun salutations in the buff. Oof!

Overall Grade:

A- Really great workouts throughout the issue plus lots of great recipes make me a happy fit chick!

You can follow Fitness magazine at www.fitnessmagazine.com

Ox ox,

Brooklyn Fit Chick


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