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12 Secret Pandora Workout Stations

Sometimes it takes change to stay motivated while you workout, and it always takes some good workout music. When you’re looking for something new to listen to, try one of these Secret Pandora Workout Stations. Who knew there were so many stations to choose from for whatever workout you feel like doing! 80’s Cardio– Madonna, Michael Jackson Alternative Endurance Training– Sublime, Dave Matthews Classic Rock Power Workout– ACDC, Jimi Hendrix Country Fitness– Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan Dance Cardio– Jennifer Lopez, Tiesto Electronic Cardio– Skillex, anything Dubstep Hard Rock Strength Training– Linkin Park, Avenged Sevenfold Pop and Hip Hop Power Workout– Usher, Ne-Yo, Rhianna Pop Fitness– Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake Rap Strength Training– Jay-Z, Lil Wayne Yoga– Deepak Chopra Yoga Workout– Low key dubstep SHOP WORKOUT APPAREL ON LOVESURF.COM 12 Secret Pandora Workout Stations was originally published on LOVESURF BLOG Share this page with a friend:

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Fitness Tip: Running Shoe Lacing Techniques

When most runners purchase their running shoes from a specialty running store they are usually already cross-laced and ready to go. Or are they? Did you know there are different ways that you can lace your shoes to make them more comfortable or to help customize your shoes for your feet? Here are some of the more common shoe lacing patterns that help combat some common shoe issues.  First, let’s cover the LOOP LACING LOCK. This technique can be used in a number of different lacing patterns to insure a tight and snug fit anywhere along the eye row of your shoe, depending on where your laces seem to be slipping. In this example, the loop lacing lock is at the top of the shoe. The shoe was cross-laced as usual to the top of the shoe. To accomplish the loop lacing lock, put each lace end back into the same hole it just exited, leaving a small loop on each side. Then thread each loose end through the loop on the opposite side of the shoe. Pull tight to make loops smaller. Then tie shoe as usual. PROBLEM: High Instep Near the toe of the shoe, start lacing with the cross-lacing technique. Once …

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Fit Tip: Are you addicted to Indoor Workouts? Try these Outdoor Alternatives Instead…

Do you have an indoor gym addiction? Choose an outdoor alternative instead! And grab a friend or take your dog, because having a buddy to work out with makes you 30% more likely to stick to your routine. It also saves you money. Here are 5 great outdoor workouts to try: 1. Indoor Addiction: Treadmill    Outdoor Alternative: Intervals Warm up by walking at a moderate pace for about five minutes. Then, to really get your blood flowing, add in intervals by alternating two minutes of vigorous walking with a one-minute recovery stroll. If you don’t have a heart rate monitor, use the “talk test” to determine how fast you should be going: At peak effort, you shouldn’t be able to carry on a conversation. Repeat the intervals as many times as you can. Wear: LoveSurf Running Wear 2. Indoor Addiction: Lap Swimming    Outdoor Alternative: Open Water Swimming Sick of getting stuck behind a slow stroker in a pool the size of a bathtub? Leave your lane assignment and that awful stench of chlorine behind and head for the nearest lake, ocean or river. You’ll still burn more than 400 calories an hour, but will also get the added benefit of extra space and peace and quiet. Miss …

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3 Reasons Why You Should Try Beach Volleyball for Your Next Workout

There are so many fun fitness activities in summer! From splashing in the waves to hiking and biking, it’s a great time of year to get outside. One of our favorite summer sports to play though is beach volleyball. Not only is beach volleyball fun, but it’s an excellent workout. Read on for three reasons why you should try beach volleyball! 3 Reasons Why Beach Volleyball Is a Good Workout 1. It burns calories. Because you’re in the sand, which is an unstable surface that’s harder to move in than on grass or concrete, an hour-long game of beach volleyball burns quite a few calories. From all the running, jumping and diving, you can expect to burn 484 calories an hour. 2. It’s a full-body workout. Beach volleyball uses every part of your body. You use your arms, shoulders and chest to bump, spike and serve the volleyball; you use your legs to run through that sand and squat down to reach the volleyball; and you use your core to stay balanced while you do all that. Beach volleyball is truly a full-body workout! 3. It doesn’t feel like “working out.” This is perhaps the best reason of all! Because you’re so focused on the beach volleyball game …

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