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  • Roswell, GA

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  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    Begin by standing with your feet pointed straight ahead and shoulder-width apart. Hold a dumbbell in each hand and keep them at chest level. Next, step out to the side and lunge sideways. Your feet should stay pointed forward, with one knee bent and directly over your 2-3 toes, while the other leg...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    Begin by placing your belly on a stability ball, keeping your legs straight and glutes squeezed. Draw-in your abs and hold a dumbbell in one hand. Next, extend your arms out in front of your body. Raise your arm up at a 45 degree angle, making sure that you keep your thumb pointed up toward the ceiling...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts has posted a blog entry:
    I tried a new salad recipe last night and loved it so I thought I would share. It was easy to make and if you love “sweeter” tasting salads, you will...Full Post
    1. Nancy Drollette Thank you for sharing this. I tried it and loved it!
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  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts found the following answer helpful:
    While many individuals might think that to prevent ankle sprains, you should focus on the muscles surrounding the ankle, in truth, that is only one area you should condition. Your hips are the other. Research has shown that when you sprain your ankle, you make your ankle ligaments loose and less...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    Begin by standing with your feet hip-width apart, pointed straight ahead, knees slightly bent and abs drawn-in. Place a barbell (or dumbbells) in front of you on the ground. Bend at your waist and grab the barbell slightly wider than shoulder-width. While keeping your back flat, squeeze your glutes...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    Begin by standing with your feet hip-width apart, pointed straight ahead and abs drawn-in. Place a barbell (or dumbbells) in front of you on the ground. Bend at your waist and grab the barbell slightly wider than shoulder-width. While keeping your back flat, squeeze your glutes and lift the barbell...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Your body is amazing and can adjust to weather conditions very quickly. If you are dressed appropriately, well hydrated and know when enough is enough, then yes, you can exercise in extreme cold weather. Your body temperature can adjust to extreme temperatures as long as you can keep your body dry by layering with the right...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    Begin by placing your belly on a stability ball, keeping your legs straight and glutes squeezed. Draw-in your abs and hold a dumbbell in one hand. Next, extend your arms out in front of your body. Raise your arm up at a 45 degree angle, making sure that you keep your thumb pointed up toward the ceiling...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    Begin by standing with your feet hip-width apart, pointed straight ahead and abs drawn-in. Place a barbell (or dumbbells) in front of you on the ground. Bend at your waist and grab the barbell slightly wider than shoulder-width. While keeping your back flat, squeeze your glutes and lift the barbell...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    Begin by standing with your feet hip-width apart, pointed straight ahead, knees slightly bent and abs drawn-in. Place a barbell (or dumbbells) in front of you on the ground. Bend at your waist and grab the barbell slightly wider than shoulder-width. While keeping your back flat, squeeze your glutes...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    Begin by standing with your feet pointed straight ahead and shoulder-width apart. Hold a dumbbell in each hand and keep them at chest level. Next, step out to the side and lunge sideways. Your feet should stay pointed forward, with one knee bent and directly over your 2-3 toes, while the other leg...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts has posted a blog entry:
    Pain and/or swelling in your shin and lower leg caused by things such as prolonged running on hard surfaces and walking fast at an incline is often...Full Post
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts found the following answer helpful:

    The one of the muscles you would want to strengthen is the anterior tibialis. This muscle runs down the front of your lower leg and helps control your foot while running or walking. You can apply resistance to the top of your foot via tubing or a cable and then pull your foot back toward you against

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  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Since everyone is different there is not an exact number of days or a specific amount of time that a person should perform cardio to lose weight. The best methods to successful weight loss include circuit training, interval training and a special training system called zone training. Circuit and Interval training are incredible calorie...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    The great thing about cardio is that anything that gets your heart rate elevated can be considered a cardio exercise!  Your options are only as limited as your imagination.  If you prefer being outdoors, some common exercise you could perform are running, biking, hiking, kayaking, skiing and swimming. ...Read More