Nora Tobin

Nora Tobin grew up in the High Sierra’s on Lake Tahoe, where she spent most of her childhood outdoors- hiking, snowboarding, skiing...More

Nora Tobin grew up in the High Sierra’s on Lake Tahoe, where she spent most of her childhood outdoors- hiking, snowboarding, skiing, wakeboarding, rock climbing, and white water rafting.

Nora has competed on the AVP, CBVA, Corona Wide Open, and GAV beach volleyball tours. Nora is the creator of a unique fitness program that incorporates yoga, weight training, stand up paddle, beach boot camps, hiking, running, sports specific training, as well as nutrition information and meal plans, for ages ranging from 5 to 70. She is writing a fitness book currently slated for publication that will serve as a manual for a knockout body, peaceful mind, and better planet. Nora is also the brand ambassador for GNC.

There's a reason fitness experts love to include burpees in their programs: They're an extremely effective way to burn calories, build upper-body strength, and increase power.

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While treadmill workouts can certainly be effective, they also get redundant, thus killing your workout motivation. Plus, you may not always have access to a cardio machine.

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Strengthen and shape a long, lean lower body with this ballet-inspired workout. The five simple but super-effective moves target yours quads, hamstrings, and inner thighs.

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If you want to change your body, you have to challenge your body. Here's how!
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Thanks to the amazing power of modern pushup bras, now even small-chested women can fake a figure like Sofia Vergara.

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Steal this volleyball athlete's go-to moves to shape up from head to toe
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Combine your strength and cardio sessions to see faster results and spend less time in the gym

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Get ready to rock your favorite strappy tops and dresses with confidence

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These killer routines not only torch more calories, they make time fly!
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Your best defense when running results in achy knees and severely tight muscles
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