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Kris Jones

Kris Jones

Kris is currently in school. Out of the classroom he enjoys building websites, exercise, and learning new things. Kris favorite maneuver in poker is the "slow play" and he has placed in several small tournaments in Las Vegas. At EveryJoe, he writes All Poker Addicts and contributes to the weight lifting category.

10 Unusual Tips to Better Fitness

September 23, 2009 by Kris Jones  
Filed under Fitness

Sometimes you need to think outside of the box to accomplish what you want. In the spirit of creativity, here are 10 tips to achieve better fitness that you may not traditionally think of. Image: sxc.hu 1. Create a workout music mix to listen to while exercising. Music affects your mood and can get you ready to rock your workout. 2. Turn the temperature up. Your body responds positively to warmer temperatures for working out. 3. Take out your aggression in your exercise. Give yourself fuel using any anger you have. 4. Draw up a fitness based competition against a friend. Weight loss, weight lifting, running, whatever you want to compete for. 5. Add working out to daily chores. Run or speed walk your dogs, clean your house... [Read more]

8 Great Chest Exercises

September 21, 2009 by Kris Jones  
Filed under Fitness

Ready to build your pecs along with your bench press?  Try these 10 great chest exercises for big results. 1. Bench Press – it’s hard to go above and beyond without a great foundation.  Lay your groundwork with regular bench press. 2. Push ups – The top alternative to the bench press. 3. Incline Dumbell Bench Press – Awesome for your upper chest and making sure your strength is dividing equally. 4. Decline Bench Press – Many ignore declines, but they work your lower chest which usually needs more work. 5. Rubber Ball Dumbell Press – Add balance into the equation to add another dimension. 6. Cross Cable Flies – Hits the outside of the chest and works movements the other exercises don’t. 7.... [Read more]

Why Your Workout Isn’t Working

September 21, 2009 by Kris Jones  
Filed under Fitness

Americans want things to happen fast.  Fast computer.  Fast drive.  Fast service.  Fast fitness.  But getting in good shape isn’t something technology or money can hand you.  While you can do things to expedite your goals, fitness takes time and you have to put significant work in to reap the rewards.   Along these lines, if your workout isn’t working, here are some reasons why this might be case. You haven’t waited trained enough.  If you’re serious about getting in shape, you need at least 4 days a week to do damage.  Wait a month before you abandon this. You aren’t working when you workout.  You need to take your regimen seriously.  A handful of people get to the gym and sit around,... [Read more]

How to Avoid Workout Procrastination

September 19, 2009 by Kris Jones  
Filed under Fitness

One of the biggest problems people face in their workout isn’t actually the workout. It’s getting to the workout. Workout procrastination is a huge problem among those eager to super charge their fitness program. The thinking goes first from delaying to a later time in the day and then to picking up the next day. Sometimes, the workout is on hold until a fresh week is available. You can see the huge problem. Image: sxc.hu To avoid workout procrastination, try incorporating one of the following tips so that you can hit your workout head on and get into the habit of regular workouts. Workout with a partner who meets you at the gym.  This will help immensely.  You’ll have a feeling of responsibility to... [Read more]

How To Get in Shape Fast For Men

September 18, 2009 by Kris Jones  
Filed under Fitness

Do you have an event coming up and you really want to look good?  As long as you have at least three weeks, you can make significant strides in your figure and make a good impression.  The more time you have the better, but generally it will take about three weeks before you actually notice significant physical improvements. The following workout is for men and is tailored to improve physique, not just lose weight. 3 Week Workout You will workout 6 out of 7 days a week.  Remember, this is a hyper workout designed to pull as much results as possible in a very little time.  This workout will not be sustainable over a lengthy period of time as it will overload your body and cause counteractive results.  This segmented workout... [Read more]

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