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The ABC’s of sweat and sweaty workouts

RELATED: HIGH INTENSITY WORKOUTS CURB APPETITES: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBESITY Unlike jogging on lonely treadmills or swimming solitary laps in a pool, CrossFit is famed for both the social and the team atmosphere it creates as well as its dedicated followers, meaning you're pretty much guaranteed to have multiple opportunities to strike up conversations. "In general, I'd say most CrossFit folks are more dedicated because the gyms cost more, they are more social because of the group classes, and they tend to attract more athletic folks," said nutritional therapist and Paleo community activist Diana Rodgers, who lives near Boston. "It's much more of a community than other gyms." RELATED: 'TORTUOUS' WORKOUT HAS FANATICAL FOLLOWERS "I think if you do CrossFit, you're already the kind of person who likes to push themselves and is adventurous," Nicole Tiberia, who is married to New York's CrossFit Greenpoint co-owner Mike Tiberia, told blog Well+Good NYC. "And you really feel like you bond with someone when you're doing these hard workouts together," she says. <br>Source:

After breaking his back, snowboarder rebuilds with CrossFit workouts

"We're definitely doing some serious training. We're not playing around." Participants also gain a new bunch of friends and an instant support group. Moehlmann said mothers often share their stories and exchange advice before and after the workouts. "That's what hooked me," she said. "The thing that kept me coming back was that Baby Boot Camp wasn't just a gym. <br>Source:

Trampoline workouts: New Yorkers let the pounds bounce off with new fitness trend

If youre guilty of joining in the sweat talk, youll be interested this BBC article on What Happens to the Body in Extreme Heat . It explains how the body uses sweat to cool itself and why outdoor exercisers feel so sluggish in the heat. The simple explanation for that early onset of fatigue is that the added energy it takes to cool the body means less energy available for exercise. Add humidity to the equation and it becomes even harder to stay cool. When the air is saturated with water, sweat doesnt evaporate and heat doesnt dissipate as well. <br>Source:

Amanda Bynes visited the Sky Zone in Buffalo in May. And Megan Fox filmed a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles scene while bouncing on a trampoline. At Bari Studio in Tribeca, founder Alexandra Perez explains why rebounding the technical term for trampoline workouts is the ultimate exercise. When youre bouncing, at the very top of your movement, theres zero gravity, says Perez. And at the very bottom of your movement, you weigh four times your weight, so its very different from anything else on the ground or in the water. Anyone who thinks pouncing on springy canvas for 45 minutes is pure, childlike joy will be in for a sweat-soaked surprise. Pearl Gabel/New York Daily News Reporter Molly Friedman at a JumpDance class at Jump Life in Tribeca. <br>Source:

"My first workout was (called) GI Jane and I had no url skin on either of my hands when I was done, " he said, looking at his hands. "That's what CrossFit is to me. It's just hard work." Snarr kept up the hard work when, at 21, he jumped at the opportunity to co-own CrossFit Select, the team's Mississauga gym. Now in addition to coaching, he trains twice a day for a few hours, usually for four days in a row with a day or two of rest. <br>Source:

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