I don’t have the time or funds to be a gym member. However, that doesn’t mean that I don’t find ways to exercise on a daily basis. I try to find creative ways to incorporated exercise into my daily routine. Not only does this keep me healthy, but helps me feel good about myself. Here are a few things I do to keep active without spending a lot of time and money.
I just finished shooting my Prenatal Program this past week. I’m super excited to share the DVD in the Fall with all expecting moms. It’s actually a challenging DVD for everyone really!
My dear friend Sara Haley is a rock star teacher out in California. She used to live in NYC and we would often bump in to each other on fitness casting calls. When I discovered I was pregnant, I happened to read about her DVD, Expecting More, featured in the back of my Oxygen magazine. I was so happy for her and also super curious to try out her prenatal workout DVD.
“Start in small increments, like 5 minutes of walking your dog, and creep up slowly to 30 minutes of brisk walking,” says Sara Haley, creator of The Daily Sweat workouts, the Expecting More prenatal fitness DVD training program, and Sweat Unlimited.
Tackle those pesky pounds this Spring with help from Sara Haley and her new DVD Sweat Unlimited. With workouts ranging from 5 to 45 minutes, you will have no excuse to not get moving. Sara’s workouts are designed to give you the long lean body you desire, with legs that will look great in your Spring sun dresses.
Regular exercise revs up your metabolism, which encourages weight loss, but it does so much more. Reduce your overall risk of heart disease? Check. Increase your satisfaction with life? Yep. Help you sleep? Sure thing. Is there a day that goes by without researchers proving all of this? We doubt it. Get your doctor’s approval to exercise, lace up your sneakers, and go!
This workout does a good job conveying the basics, and the madness, of CrossFit. This WOD gets to a lot of people at the knees to elbows stage, according to Sara Haley, star of Sweat Unlimited, a DVD series of extreme five-minute workouts. “[The Filthy 50] is such a challenge because you have to literally be good at everything. It’s a full-body workout that includes cardio.”
We talked to celebrity trainer Sara Haley for tips on how to achieve the butt you’ve always wanted with six do-at-home exercise tips.
Saggy, flat, small, dimply, or droopy — women have many reasons to be dissatisfied with the appearance of their butts. Unfortunately not everybody has the funds, support, or time to go under the knife for a Brazilian butt lift, and many RealSelf community members are desperate to discover other ways to get the booty they’ve always dreamed of having.
Put your mat away and give your neck a rest. “Standing abs exercises work more muscles than crunches-and the more muscles we use, the more calories we burn,” says Sara Haley, creator of The Daily Sweat workout DVDs and a Reebok Global Master Trainer in Santa Monica, Calif.