You can bounce your way to better physical fitness, but do it one at a time for safety. Pixland/Pixland/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Exercises for the Trampoline 2 What Is the Difference Between a Stair Stepper and a Stair Climber? 3 Lose Your Tummy With Trampoline Exercises 4 Mini Trampoline and Joint Damage Trampolines are a lot of fun, but they're also a lot of hard work.
Boxing drills can help you lose weight and build your muscles. Jupiterimages/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Boxing to Burn Fat 2 Cardio Boxing Vs. Boxer Workout 3 Do You Burn More Calories Kickboxing or Running on the Elliptical Machine? 4 Shadow Boxing With Weights to Lose Weight and Burn Calories Running several days per week, either outdoors or on a treadmill, is a simple, effective way to lose weight.
Stock up on fresh vegetables at the grocery store. George Doyle/Stockbyte/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Remove Junk Food From Your Diet 2 Resist Snack Cravings 3 Cut Down on Calorie Intake 4 Turnips on the South Beach Diet Despite its effect on weight loss, adjusting to a low-carb diet is hard. Not only do you have to contend with the "carb flu," or the feeling you get when your body adjusts to a smaller ratio of carbohydrates, but you also have to think of a new meal plan.
Walking with hand or ankle weights can affect your gait and result in injuries. Jupiterimages/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Is Running With a Weight Vest Bad? 2 Ankle & Wrist Weight Safety 3 Can Walking Be Bad for Your Knees? 4 Incline Walking Exercises In theory, it might make sense to walk with several pounds of weight wrapped around your ankles.
The bench press is an objective measure of upper-body strength. Comstock/Stockbyte/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Lose 35 Pounds Using Dumbbell Weights 2 Types of Free Weights 3 Boxing Fitness Exercises 4 The Average Weight for Barbell Shoulder Presses The bench press one-rep max is the standard by which many weightlifters judge themselves.
A flexible back is crucial to performing a backbend kickover. BananaStock/BananaStock/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Gain Muscle on the Side of Thighs 2 Do a Gymnastic Pyramid 3 Lift Up From a Backbend 4 Do a Front Aerial Performed in gymnastics and cheerleading, the backbend kickover can prepare you to perform more complex moves like the back walkover and back handspring.