2009 Fitness Guide

2009 Military Fitness Guide

When the weather turns cold it is easy to lose motivation to stay fit. The Military.com Fitness Guide can help. From cold weather running tips to winter fitness gadgets, the following articles may be the inspiration you need to get started.

Avoid Winter Weight Gain: Weight gain can lead to obesity, which gives you a higher chance of contracting other related health problems such as hypertension, stroke, and diabetes.

Winter Fitness Gadgets: Check out these high-tech winter fitness gadgets that can help refresh your workouts. Includes the Nike + iPod Sport Kit, the SwiMP3 and more.

20 Minute Circuit Workout: Circuit training is one of the best ways to make a resistance and strength training workout that is also challenging for your heart and lungs.

TRX: Gym in a Bag: The TRX system is essentially a long strap with handles that you configure in a variety of positions to conduct your exercises.

Lose the Love Handles: Check out this routine that incorporates exercises to help you work your love handles (the oblique region of the torso) over time and effort.

Cold Weather Running Tips: During the Holiday season even the most avid exerciser can pick up a few pounds. Here are some tips to continue pushing yourself through the winter days.

Top Ten Winter Eating Tips: As fitness professionals, one of the number one dietary questions we receive is "What should I eat?" Follow our Top Ten Eating Tips.

Making the Most of Fitness Centers: Are you overwhelmed by the number of weight machines, treadmills, stationery bikes, stair steppers, elliptical gliders and free weights in your gym?

About Stew Smith

Stew Smith

Stew Smith CSCS is a former Navy SEAL Fitness author specializing in military and law enforcement fitness books, ebooks, DVDs, and programming. Check out the new Military Fitness Center for the latest in fitness video, articles, ebooks and products to assist you with getting physically ready for military life.