4 Moves That You Can Do in Your Kitchen for an Exercise Snack!
Are Your Kids in Danger of Developing a Tic from TikTok?
Why Are Most People with Tic Disorders Female?
Add Folates to Your Diet to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease?
The Dangers of Having Your Eyelid Glands Clogged by Makeup!
Is TikTok Influencing Tic Disorders?
Protect Your Eyesight by Not Applying Makeup Here!
Are Tics being Popularized amongst Teens on TikTok?
Why Homemade Alkaline Baby Formula Is Deadly for Babies
Meet Woman Who Shares She Developed Tics during the Pandemic
Are You Experiencing Dangerous Levels of Daily Stress?
Former NFL Player Lional “Jelly Roll” Dalton Is Now Helping Othe…
The Latest Superfood You Should Be Eating
A Dessert Chock-Full of the Superfood Sunflower Seeds!
How Former NFL Star Lional “Jelly Roll” Dalton Fought to Survive…
Do You Suddenly Feel Lost in Your Career and You’re Ready to Piv…
How Can Changes to Your Diet Help Prevent Cancer?
Why Are So Many People Quitting Their Jobs during the Pandemic?
Do You Have Job Burnout or Just Need a Vacation?
How to Take Control of Your Cancer Risk!
Being stuck at home does not mean you still can't get in a good workout!
Celebrity trainer Jen Jacobs, the founder of the J Method, is helping our Fast Burn Challenge participants lose weight, and she shows us how to work out in the kitchen. Instead of only going to the kitchen when you feel a food craving, Jen suggests using the space for a quick workout.
"Rather than going into the kitchen for a snack, I want you to think about a different kind of snack -- and exercise snack!" she says, noting the kitchen can be the perfect place to strength train using the floor and hard countertop. Also, the kitchen has one of the best pieces of workout equipment around, according to the trainer -- a dish towel!
Jen's kitchen workout moves include:
Seated Side-Reach: This move works the inner thighs, glutes, and abs using a dish towel under the foot for resistance as you move your leg
High Plank Knee Tuck: Jens says this targets the abs, hips, and upper body and uses the towel under both feet with your hand planted on the floor during the plank
Reverse lunge: The move strengthens the legs, glutes, and also the ankle, knee, and hip using the towel under one foot as you perform the move