@niketraining @nikewomen @nikela Great start in the morning for the most active day 8.12 #findgreatness #findgreatnessla #gameonworld #Nike #makeitcount #makeeverymovecount #justdoit #beccafit4life #fit4life #fitness #fitnessfashion #running #runthistown #iheartrunning #nikefuelband #nikefuel #fuelcheck (Taken with Instagram at Santa Monica Beach)
@nikewomen @niketraining @nikefuel @nike Started the day right with a #trailrun & racking up #nikefuel. #fitness #beccafit4life #healthyliving #hiking #takeitoutside #makeeverymovecount #running #hikingtrails #outdoor #fit4life (Taken with Instagram at Runyon Canyon Park)
Workout of The Day: Kneeling Roundhouse Kick (aka ”Fire hydrant” with a side kick!)
How to do it: Start kneeling on all fours (on carpet or a mat) with your arms extended under your shoulders and knees bent under your hips. Lift your left knee off the floor, bending your left heel in closer to your body [A]. Next, lift left knee (keeping it bent) straight out to the side of your body, trying to bring it up to hip height [B].
From here, extend your leg straight out, pointing your toe, shin and shoelaces facing forward [C]. Bend knee back in and lower it down, almost to the floor (but not touching). Repeat 15 times on the left, 15 times on the right.
Quick Form Tip: Draw your abs in tight and try not to lean away from your legs as you lift it into your kick—press both arms strong into the floor, keeping hips square.
According to the article by Runner World, researches have shown that…
“Fast sprinting caused the body to release high levels of a specific group of hormones, called catecholamines, which drive the release of fat, especially abdominal and visceral fat, from fat stores so it can be burned by working muscles. ”We don’t know why, but moving limbs very fast generates high levels of catecholamine,” Dr Boutcher, whose findings are published in the Journal of Obesity, said.”
So what type of workout do you do to stay fit? I often do HIIT workout.