Halloween is around the corner, which means haunted houses, pumpkin everything, and costume parties galore. From flirtatious felines to voodoo vixens there’s no shortage of sexy this time of year. While a busy social calendar tends to trump working out, there’s no need for a gym membership to help you look and feel your best on the big night! Whether you’re heading to a hot new club or your BFF’s annual bash, this easy two-week plan will help you look toned and tight by All Hallows’ Eve. So line up your favorite Fabletics outfits and grab a bottle (or three!) of water: this is your plan to get fit for a fab Halloween.
Did you know that swimming is one of the best exercises you can do to get in tip top shape, burn calories, increase flexibility, boost your metabolism and tone up? Well it is, and with this easy 20 minute lap workout you can burn off close to 300 calories. Oh and did I mention you get to soak in the sun & work on that much needed tan you’ve been wanting all summer long!? What are you waiting for, slip into your swim suit and get ready to make a splash!
Summer is finally here and we are super excited! We welcomed the new season with our Fabletics Summer-Solstice event hosted at Bruce’s Beach Park in Manhattan Beach.
Reality check: it’s swimsuit season, everyone! You’re probably itching to hit the sand and start planning your pool parties (I am!), so I’m sharing 5 body-changing moves to help give you a boost of confidence before slipping into a swimsuit. Read below for my favorite effective bikini body workouts.
If you think you need to do thousands of crunches to tone your abs, think again. There are plenty of ab exercises you can do to feel the burn quickly and possibly be more effective than standard sit-ups. Below are 4 crunch free ab workouts for a flatter belly!
Our legs are going to start seeing more sunlight soon, which means it’s time to whip them into shape! To feel more confident and sexy in your cute shorts & skirts, try these 3 workouts to tone your legs.
Are you bored of your exercise routine and want to try something new? Yoga may be the perfect alternative. Working out is about incorporating new and diverse exercises into your routine. Yoga is not only for the mind, body and spirit, there are additional benefits you may not know about. Yoga’s main component is health, which is maintained by a simple and well regulated diet, adequate sleep, some physical exercise (in this case Yoga) and relaxation. Below are 8 types of Yoga classes fit for each individual and their style of exercise.
While many hearts are still aflutter from Valentine’s Day, there’s another reason to pay attention to your heart this February: it’s American Heart Month, which is dedicated to raising awareness of heart disease, the number one killer of both women and men in the United States. Heart disease causes 1 in 3 women’s deaths each year, affecting people of any age, race, or socioeconomic class. The good news is that there is something you can do about it.