Alluring though a tight midsection may be, it isn't necessarily just for show. It has health-promoting benefits, too. Amazingly, it can actually help fend off some serious degenerative diseases and other debilitating conditions.
AMRAP stands for "as many rounds as possible." AMRAP is an example of time-based training. With AMRAP, you aim to fit in as many cycles of a circuit as possible within a set time frame. The faster you get through the reps of each exercise, the more times you will complete the entire circuit.
Whether you are a veteran on the slopes or a newbie braving the hills for the first time, the exercises below will strengthen your body so that you can ski and snowboard with (relatively) fewer aches and pains.
Beating yourself up for not being able to lift as much weight as the musclehead beside you at the gym? A new study suggests