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FitnessMagazine.com Inspires Holiday Splurgers to Begin Workout Routines to Shed Those Extra Pounds

Tuesday, January 12, 2010 Diet & Nutrition News J E 4
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NEW YORK, Jan. 11 Just in time for people wanting to get back in shape after holiday overindulging, FitnessMagazine.com has loaded up its site with everything from workout routines, workout playlists, and celebrity workout routines to comprehensive exercise tips. Studies show that for people who make New Year's resolutions, there is almost always an exercise-related item on the list. Fitness Magazine provides inspirational fitness training tips and dietary suggestions that make it fun, fast and easy to fulfill those resolutions.

"We advise our readers to just forget about feeling guilty about how much they enjoyed not sticking to their workout routines and diets during the holidays and start fresh with the New Year," said Stephanie Jones Wagle, Site Director for FitnessMagazine.com. "The new year is also a great time to start new exercise programs. On the site, we have lots of information for people wanting to begin running and walking programs, Pilates and yoga classes and, of course, new dietary programs."

There are tons of fitness training tips at FitnessMagazine.com, including how to pain-proof your workout so you keep injuries to a minimum by stretching properly and how to make the most of every minute spent in the gym and get real results. There is also a customizable video workout tool that lets you build your perfect workout routine. Sticking to those New Year's resolutions is easier with exercise tips that fit into your level of fitness, and the site takes that into consideration with fitness training tips for all levels.

It's always fun to dream about having a body like your favorite celebrity, so FitnessMagazine.com includes celebrity workout routines that show you what celebrities do with their trainers to achieve their million-dollar bodies. There is a long list of celebrities, so if you have a particular celebrity body in mind you can click on her name to get video workouts and photos to learn her exercise and weight loss secrets straight from her trainer.

For those wanting to concentrate on their abs, FitnessMagazine.com has complete ab workout routines, including the Strong Sexy Abs workout video, express ab workouts for when you're pinched for time, and a challenge you can sign up for to lose belly fat and makeover your abs in just six weeks. There are also ongoing plans you can sign up for to get the abdominal exercises, ab workout routines, tummy-trimming meal plans and motivational tips emailed to you on a regular basis.

Keeping yourself entertained while you work out is one of the secrets of a successful workout program. FitnessMagazine.com has the resources for building great workout music playlists, including the top 100 workout songs of 2009. Fitness' exclusive workout playlists feature favorites from celebrities, personal trainers, and editors for every type of exercise, from high-speed cardio to your cool-down.

Women are invited to ask questions, swap advice, and share information with members of the Fitness Magazine community on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/fitnessmag.

Tweeters can get daily meal ideas, exercises, and news from editors on the go by following Fitness Magazine at: http://twitter.com/fitnessmagazine.

About FitnessMagazine.com

Developed by the experts at Fitness Magazine (http://www.fitnessmagazine.com/), this is the premiere website for exercise, health, and nutrition information. From our Personal Fitness Trainer to our healthy recipes, from video workouts to our free exercise logs, FitnessMagazine.com is the guide you need to help you reach your fitness goals and celebrate your successes.

Like the magazine, FitnessMagazine.com is dedicated to delivering strategies and tools that help women make little changes to achieve big success. With a you-can-do-it attitude, our workouts, health and beauty advice, diet plans and success stories motivate readers to get strong in mind, body and spirit. The magazine empowers women to embrace fitness as a lifestyle--not an age or dress size--and to change the conversation from "skinny" to "healthy."

Contact: Kristen Diederich Meredith 212 557 6600

SOURCE FitnessMagazine.com
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