• Body-up

    Old-school body-weight exercises are hot stuff again
  • "Body weight is really awesome for the abs," she says, explaining that if one's goal is to lose weight and tone muscle, the approach is "perfect."
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      For more information about local training programs based on body-weight exercises, see www.tiazza.com and www.personaltrainermedfordoregon.com.
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      For more information about local training programs based on body-weight exercises, see www.tiazza.com and www.personaltrainermedfordoregon.com.
  • "Body weight is really awesome for the abs," she says, explaining that if one's goal is to lose weight and tone muscle, the approach is "perfect."
    Physical changes typically come within three months of body-weight training, says Overstreet, adding that some measure of strength can be gained in the first week. But results elude plenty of people who try to exercise at home using their own body weight without help from a professional, says Jesse Silva, a certified personal trainer at Rogue Valley Family YMCA in Medford.
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