Milwaukee Edition

Archive of: Cardio & Toning and Feature and NAPC

Title Issue
Flexing Our Muscles

Flexing Our Muscles

Strength training amps up our natural metabolic furnace, burns fat, stabilizes our core, and fuels self-confidence.

May 2015
Interval Training Knocks Down Blood Sugar

Interval Training Knocks Down Blood Sugar

Working out three days a week in intense bursts, whether sprinting, rope-skipping, or running up stairs, improves fitness and reduces abdominal fat.

January 2015
Find Your Fitness Style

Find Your Fitness Style

When it comes to fitness, one size doesn’t fit all. Which of these six personality types are you—and how might you adapt your routine so you happily get regular exercise?

December 2014
Cellulite Shrinkers

Cellulite Shrinkers

Sure, it takes a little effort, but doing these straightforward routines will build leg muscles and reduce unsightly lumps and dimples.

November 2014
Runner’s Hi

Runner’s Hi

These days, with women comprising a majority of marathon runners, the emerging mantra is “Forget elapsed running time; just cross the finish line and have fun doing it.”

August 2014
Cycles of Spin

Cycles of Spin

Spinning, which originally combined a Zen-like cycling state and high-octane workout, may be cycling back to its roots.

February 2014
Fitness à la Carte

Fitness à la Carte

Gyms nationwide are offering up a wide range of diverse classes, from ballet-inspired workouts to interval training, that take the routine out of exercise.

January 2014
A Passion for Pedaling

A Passion for Pedaling

Bicycling is far more rewarding than driving, on multiple levels—it’s economical, eco-friendly and contributes to better health and fitness. Best of all, it helps instill an appreciation of nature and inspire a sense of community.

May 2013
CrossFit Workouts

CrossFit Workouts

A strength and conditioning program used by the military over the past decade, CrossFit combines many types of exercise and is growing in popularity with recreational athletes.

February 2013
Cardio Buzz

Cardio Buzz

Experts agree that trading in energy drinks, lattes and high-calorie power bars for regular walks and other exercise can reduce fatigue by 40 percent and improve overall health.

November 2012