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Skip The Gym This Summer! These Outdoor Workouts Are Way More Fun - Ivillage

Among the twee mason jar crafts and disturbing fitspo m antras , Ive actually found some delicious healthy recipes and killer workout routines ready to pin. Whether youre already a fitness junkie or just getting fit for the first time, sometimes all you need (or all you have time for) is a quickie workout. When thats the case, Pinterest is a fantastic site to peruse in order to find mini exercise sequences that have already been mapped out. I found 10 mini workouts that Im definitely going to try.

Free Workouts and Juice at Eakins Oval on Sunday | Be Well Philly

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Youll be having so much fun learning a new skill, youll forget youre working out, says Haley. Average Hourly Calorie Burn: 175 Summers warmer weather makes it the perfect time of year to try an outdoor yoga, which is often offered in local parks as a sunrise or sunset group class. Most outdoor yoga classes are for all levels (check with your instructor first to be sure), making it easy for beginners to join in without any prior experience. Depending on the type of yoga , you might experience the benefits of flexibility, strength and/or cardiovascular training.

Hosted by Naked Juice and Phillys CoreFitness, this event is packed with fitness and fun. There will free fitness activities, like CoreFitness classes and Tug of War, prizes and giveaways, free juice, and live music from 95.7 Ben-FM. Youll be so busy having fun, you wont even realize youre working outpromise. The event is from 2 to 6 p.m.

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