SHAPE editor-at-large and celebrity trainer Jay Cardiello provides weekly workouts and fitness advice to help you make time for fitness and stay on track no matter how busy you are.
Walk into any fitness center and you will see people marching up the endless steps of the infamous stair-climber machine.
Q: Sometimes if I take a weeklong vacation and don't really work out, I feel and see changes when I come back to the gym.
Sitting poolside may seem like the perfect place to catch some rays and kickback for a lazy afternoon.
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Q: Should I do cardio before or after strength training to burn more fat?
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Legs. They provide balance, support, and stability, and enable you to carry everything from your groceries to your kids on your shoulders.
When trying to balance your career and personal life, finding time to work out can make you want to give up on a fitness plan before you even get started. But not so fast.
As a strength coach to many professional athletes and entertainers, my job is to create a fitness program that helps them successfully perform their jobs.