Nikki Fitness is a personal trainer, group exercise instructor, writer and publicist living in New York City. She started as a cheerleader at Syracuse University, but became certified in fitness before her beach wedding so that she could get back in shape. Laura, a graduate student, working mom, and military wife, inspired Nikki's Military Wife Workout (MWW) for all military wives. Find more articles by Nikki at her article archive. Learn more at www.nikkifitness.com or email your fitness questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NikkiFitness Helps Keep Wives in Shape While Husbands Deployed (New York, NY) - When Laura E.'s husband was sent to Iraq and Afghanistan, she was left with a seemingly impossible to-do list. She had to handle all the household chores, pay the bills, take care of her young daughter, complete her graduate degree, and work a full-time job-not to m... more
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Now that you read about how to stay in shape all winter and kick up your workout for spring, it's time to get into beach body shape with multitasking workouts. Multitasking workouts are easy. We do it every day while mixing home chores, work and our many to-do lists. The moves combine muscles in the upper body and lower body simultaneously, whi... more
As we enter the second half of summer, the heat is on. The temperature has already hit 90 degrees across much of the country. Hopefully, those multi-tasking moves from my last column left your shoulders, biceps, triceps, quads, glutes and inner thighs in good shape and you're ready to show them off. I'm continuing those multi-tasking moves here... more
I have been reading about a minimalist movement hitting the country, all about only owning 100 things. Most of us can't commit to that with children and spouses who like toys, jewelry and technology this season, but we can bring it into our lives individually by shopping less, de-cluttering our homes and lives, and simplifying our workout... more