Eve's Health & Fitness

DOB: October 27 CURRENT RESIDENCE: North Eastern Oklahoma OCCUPATION: Certified Group Fitness Instructor HEIGHT:5'1"; WEIGHT:105 lbs.; BF%:14.3% bodyfat FAVORITE BODY PARTS TO TRAIN: Back, abs FAVORITE CHEAT MEAL: Mexican and any dark chocolate CAREER HIGHLIGHT: Featured as a fitness role model in Chad Tackett's Global-Health & Fitness website: http://www.global-fitness.com/ DESCRIBE MYSELF: Competitive, energetic, persistent, focused, consistent, and driven.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

8 Weeks to Six-Pack Abs

Muscle & Fitness Hers Six-Pack Abs



 Absolutely everything you need to know about sculpting the sleekest, sexiest, and strongest midsection of your life

Cheers,

Eve :-)
Why is this abs workout different from any other? Simple: This eight-week program has been carefully selected to work your entire midsection, hitting your abs from every angle, three times a week. The abs, while actually one muscle, really function as three different sections (upper, lower, and obliques). There’s also an area that lies beneath the upper and lower abs, normally referred to as the core. Paired with our belly-flattening menu, this is a surefire plan that will help you blast through that unwanted tummy flab and boast abs that are leaner, sharper, and more defined than you ever thought possible.
THE TRAINING PLAN OVERVIEW
Dial in Your Training
You’ll continue with your regular weight-training routine and use the workouts detailed below to zero in on your abs three times a week, resting at least two days between sessions.
Angle Your Attack
Each two-week phase includes abs workouts consisting of four different exercises, all of which challenge four different areas of your midsection (one upper, lower, oblique, and core movement) to get your abs popping from every angle.
Carve with Cardio
Weeks 1–4, you’ll perform 30 minutes of cardio 4–5 days a week, working at 60–70% of your max heart rate (MHR). Then, Weeks 5–8, you’ll increase your cardio to 45 minutes for 5–6 days a week, working at 70–75% of your MHR. Do cardio workouts after your abs routine.
- See more at: http://www.muscleandfitnesshers.com/training/other/8-weeks-six-pack-abs?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_term=Newsletter_Combined_NoDuplicates&utm_campaign=MF%20Hers%20Abs%20%26%20Glutes#sthash.HuObwA02.dpuf
Why is this abs workout different from any other? Simple: This eight-week program has been carefully selected to work your entire midsection, hitting your abs from every angle, three times a week. The abs, while actually one muscle, really function as three different sections (upper, lower, and obliques). There’s also an area that lies beneath the upper and lower abs, normally referred to as the core. Paired with our belly-flattening menu, this is a surefire plan that will help you blast through that unwanted tummy flab and boast abs that are leaner, sharper, and more defined than you ever thought possible.
THE TRAINING PLAN OVERVIEW
Dial in Your Training
You’ll continue with your regular weight-training routine and use the workouts detailed below to zero in on your abs three times a week, resting at least two days between sessions.
Angle Your Attack
Each two-week phase includes abs workouts consisting of four different exercises, all of which challenge four different areas of your midsection (one upper, lower, oblique, and core movement) to get your abs popping from every angle.
Carve with Cardio
Weeks 1–4, you’ll perform 30 minutes of cardio 4–5 days a week, working at 60–70% of your max heart rate (MHR). Then, Weeks 5–8, you’ll increase your cardio to 45 minutes for 5–6 days a week, working at 70–75% of your MHR. Do cardio workouts after your abs routine.
- See more at: http://www.muscleandfitnesshers.com/training/other/8-weeks-six-pack-abs?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_term=Newsletter_Combined_NoDuplicates&utm_campaign=MF%20Hers%20Abs%20%26%20Glutes#sthash.HuObwA02.dpuf
Why is this abs workout different from any other? Simple: This eight-week program has been carefully selected to work your entire midsection, hitting your abs from every angle, three times a week. The abs, while actually one muscle, really function as three different sections (upper, lower, and obliques). There’s also an area that lies beneath the upper and lower abs, normally referred to as the core. Paired with our belly-flattening menu, this is a surefire plan that will help you blast through that unwanted tummy flab and boast abs that are leaner, sharper, and more defined than you ever thought possible.
THE TRAINING PLAN OVERVIEW
Dial in Your Training
You’ll continue with your regular weight-training routine and use the workouts detailed below to zero in on your abs three times a week, resting at least two days between sessions.
Angle Your Attack
Each two-week phase includes abs workouts consisting of four different exercises, all of which challenge four different areas of your midsection (one upper, lower, oblique, and core movement) to get your abs popping from every angle.
Carve with Cardio
Weeks 1–4, you’ll perform 30 minutes of cardio 4–5 days a week, working at 60–70% of your max heart rate (MHR). Then, Weeks 5–8, you’ll increase your cardio to 45 minutes for 5–6 days a week, working at 70–75% of your MHR. Do cardio workouts after your abs routine.
- See more at: http://www.muscleandfitnesshers.com/training/other/8-weeks-six-pack-abs?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_term=Newsletter_Combined_NoDuplicates&utm_campaign=MF%20Hers%20Abs%20%26%20Glutes#sthash.HuObwA02.dpuf
Why is this abs workout different from any other? Simple: This eight-week program has been carefully selected to work your entire midsection, hitting your abs from every angle, three times a week. The abs, while actually one muscle, really function as three different sections (upper, lower, and obliques). There’s also an area that lies beneath the upper and lower abs, normally referred to as the core. Paired with our belly-flattening menu, this is a surefire plan that will help you blast through that unwanted tummy flab and boast abs that are leaner, sharper, and more defined than you ever thought possible.
THE TRAINING PLAN OVERVIEW
Dial in Your Training
You’ll continue with your regular weight-training routine and use the workouts detailed below to zero in on your abs three times a week, resting at least two days between sessions.
Angle Your Attack
Each two-week phase includes abs workouts consisting of four different exercises, all of which challenge four different areas of your midsection (one upper, lower, oblique, and core movement) to get your abs popping from every angle.
Carve with Cardio
Weeks 1–4, you’ll perform 30 minutes of cardio 4–5 days a week, working at 60–70% of your max heart rate (MHR). Then, Weeks 5–8, you’ll increase your cardio to 45 minutes for 5–6 days a week, working at 70–75% of your MHR. Do cardio workouts after your abs routine.
- See more at: http://www.muscleandfitnesshers.com/training/other/8-weeks-six-pack-abs?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_term=Newsletter_Combined_NoDuplicates&utm_campaign=MF%20Hers%20Abs%20%26%20Glutes#sthash.HuObwA02.dpuf

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

7 Must-Do Exercises For Lasting Fat Burn

Full-Body Fat Loss

The keys to a killer body are variety and intensity-and this workout is your open door to lasting fat burn.  Employing a mix of workout tools, like a stability ball, kettlebell, and dumbbells. I'll show you how to power your way to a fit, sexy, and powerful physique.


















Cheers,

Eve :-)

Full-Body Fat Loss

The keys to a killer body are variety and intensity—and this workout is your open door to lasting fat burn. Employing a mix of workout tools, like a stability ball, kettlebell, and dumbbells, fitness expert Lauren Kitt shows how to power your way to a fit, sexy, and powerful physique.

- See more at: http://www.muscleandfitnesshers.com/training/other/full-body-fat-loss?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MF%20Hers%20Abs%20%26%20Glutes&utm_source=Sailthru&utm_term=Newsletter%26Special%26External_Combined#sthash.M28QeQwJ.dpuf

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