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HEALTH
June 14, 2004 | Jeannine Steine
Aerobics classes used to be all about the cardio. Maybe some resistance and abdominal work was done at the end, but the hour was pretty much devoted to raising heart rates and getting the sweat to flow. A recent trend has been incorporating strength training by doing circuits or using equipment that adds a strength component. In Denise Austin's new video, "Power Zone: The Ultimate Metabolism Boosting Workout," Austin incorporates a stretchy fitness band throughout the workout.
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HEALTH
August 12, 2002 | STEPHANIE OAKES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Question: I like to do both cardiovascular and strength-training exercises on the same day. Is it better to do one before the other or does it matter? Answer: This has been an ongoing question for years. Coaches and professional athletes who train for specific sports especially want to know which sequence will most assist our efforts to lose weight, improve cardio function and gain strength. But there has been little research on which order of exercises is most advantageous.
HEALTH
January 3, 2011
Surfing may be a clich├ęd pastime in Southern California, but make no mistake, it is physically and mentally challenging. The pros just make it look easy. Catching a wave may be harder than it seems, but after a class or two even the most challenged surfer can maneuver on a board. "The most important thing is somebody's will ? if they want to do it," says Patrick Murphy, owner of Venice-based Learn to Surf LA. "The oldest person we've had here was 72, and he stood up on his board.
HEALTH
April 30, 2001 | STEPHANIE OAKES
Question: I was wondering if there is a type of exercise to reduce the fat from my thighs soon, especially the inner and outer parts. Please consider that I don't want bulky muscles. CHERYL BREWER Newport Beach Answer: For summer, get to work today on these exercises. * Straight-Legged Deadlift: Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Grasp two light dumbbells and let them hang in front of your body.
NEWS
June 25, 1997 | CANDACE A. WEDLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dyan Cannon's two cats, Puppy and Kitty, were snoozing in cushy chairs while we sat on her living room floor, talking, laughing and snacking on fruit. The actress, whose latest movie, "Out to Sea," with Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, opens next week, slowly peeled the skin from a tangerine. "Look at that," Cannon, 60, observed. The tangerine spray had caught inside a sunbeam and that made her smile. * Question: You're really enjoying life, aren't you?
HEALTH
April 6, 2013 | By Rene Lynch, Los Angeles Times
If you were trying to conjure up a perfect group cardio workout, it just might look like one of the classes at ElliptiFit. Classes at the boutique fitness studio in Los Angeles offer a low-impact, full-body workout. There's upbeat music. Individualized instruction. It's all over in a brisk 45 minutes. And, best of all, classes take place under low lights, so you don't have to worry about sticking out like a sore thumb if you've never seen an elliptical machine before, much less danced with one. ElliptiFit is the brainchild of owner and head fitness instructor Annette Comerchero, who says her goal was "the best possible workout you can get, in the shortest amount of time possible, having the most fun. " Check, check and check.
HEALTH
September 20, 2013 | By Melinda Fulmer
The burpee exercise done with a medicine ball is a wonder in efficiency, working several muscle groups at once, while raising your heart rate to burn fat, says Dr. Levi Harrison, orthopedic surgeon and developer of the Art of Fitness Cardio Core Workout. What it does This explosive move works the muscles of your legs, chest, arms and shoulders. What to do Start by standing with legs more than hip-width apart, clutching a medicine ball of 2 to 10 pounds at your chest with both hands.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 18, 2010 | By Jeff Gottlieb
The sand dune is 270 feet long and 115 feet wide at the top, with an average slope of 27.7 degrees. Climbing it is a heart-pounding cardio workout, favored by professional and amateur athletes alike. But the popularity of Manhattan Beach's Sand Dune Park nearly did it in when nearby homeowners complained that fitness buffs were taking their parking spots, crowding their streets and leaving trash throughout the well-kept neighborhood. The dune itself was taking a beating too, as nearly 8,000 people tackled it last July.
HEALTH
November 20, 2006 | John Briley, Washington Post
With days growing short and cool, now's a great time to stockpile workouts that can be done in the comfort of your home. So we took the following question to Michael Seril of Whittier, who was recently named personal trainer of the year by the National Strength and Conditioning Assn.: What's a short, nonjolting workout that does not require you to put shoes on, change out of your pajamas or leave your living room?
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