Simple Exercises to Tighten the Skin Above Your Shoulders

Loose skin can be caused by a number of different factors, from weight loss to aging, and, once your skin has taken on this looser appearance, tightening it back up can seem like quite the challenge. While there is nothing that you can do at home to transform your skin overnight, here are some simple exercises that, when carried out regularly and consistently, will help to tighten up the skin on your shoulders.

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Push-Ups
While many people perform push-ups to work the major muscles in the chest, this exercise is fantastic for toning the upper arms and shoulders over time as well. It is a common misconception that this is an exercise that needs to be carried out every day, but this actually does not give the muscles enough time to rest in between sessions. Between eight to ten reps is ideal, with two days of rest in between. Place your focus on improving your form rather than increasing reps, and, if you need an added challenge after a while, look into weighted push-ups and decline push-ups. There are many other push-up varieties out there, and not only will these target a different range of muscles, but they will also add some diversity to your workout routine and make it much more interesting.

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Reverse Curls
Reverse curls are known for being able to really help with sagging skin, and are able to help to tone this back up. Hold a five to eight pound dumbbell in each hand, and stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Keep the dumbbells in front of your thighs with your palms facing in before curling both hands and bringing them close to your shoulders. It is important to do this without bending the wrists, before ending it by lowering your hands back down to complete the repetition. This should be done in two sets of 20 in order to experience maximum benefits.

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Prone Shoulder Extension
The prone shoulder extension is another exercise that requires the use of dumbbells, and this is because weight training is the best way to fill out loose skin and tone the muscles around the shoulders. Lie face down and keep your arms by your side, with a dumbbell in each hand and your palms facing upwards. Lift your arms towards the ceiling, before pausing at the top of your range of motion and then slowly lowering your arms back down, stopping right before they actually touch the floor.

The shoulder is quite a vulnerable joint, which means that it is at a higher risk of injury than other parts of the body. While these exercises will be able to help in toning the muscle and tightening the skin, it is important to ease into them slowly, giving your body enough time to adjust to the new routine, as this will help you to avoid injury or muscle pain. You should also try to do some back and chest exercises before working on your shoulders, as your shoulders will still be involved in these other exercises, and will prevent them from being fatigued too early on in your workout.

Lifestyle Changes for the “Skinny Fat”

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The skinny-fat phenomena is one that affects up to a quarter of average-weighted people, and describes those who look fit and healthy from the outside, but actually have a number of health problems brewing beneath the surface. If you feel as though you may fall into this category, these are the lifestyle changes that you need to make in order to bring your health back up to scratch.

Healthy Oils
Many people who are skinny-fat try to stay away from oily foods, believing them to be unhealthy. While there is no denying that a greasy bag of fries will bring absolutely no benefits to your body, there are certain oils and fats that are necessary for good health. The most important of these are omega-3 fats, which can be found in highest concentrations in oily fish, such as salmons and sardines. Incorporating more of these into your diet will help to stabilize your cholesterol while reducing blood pressure.

Build Some Muscle
Building muscle mass is vital if you are skinny fat, and the best way to do this is through weight training. This encourages your body to store its lean muscle, rather than use it as fuel, and will help to add some more tone to your body. In order to support your increasing muscle mass, be sure to consume plenty of protein, whether in the form of eggs, meat, or seeds, as this will protect your newly acquired muscles.

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Support Your Natural Metabolism
While you may think that you have a naturally fast metabolism, there are many lifestyle habits that actually alter this, and it is likely that your true metabolism has been hidden for a while. Soft drinks, which contain artificial sweeteners, can interfere with the chemicals within your body, affecting your metabolism, as can sleep deprivation, which also increases sugar and carbohydrate cravings. In addition to watching your diet and ensuring you are getting sufficient sleep, you should also be incorporating regular cardio sessions into your routine, as this will boost your natural metabolism while helping with your fitness levels.

Keep Stress Levels to a Minimum
Stress is actually one of the main factors behind the skinny-fat phenomena, and while stress can often be unavoidable, there are still many ways in which you can take control over this and bring your stress levels back down. Different methods work for different people, so you will need to try out a few and see what helps when you are really stressed. Whether it may be ten minutes of meditation, taking some time to work out, or spending a couple of hours on a hobby that you are truly passionate about, keeping stress levels to a minimum will help your body to thrive.

Research has shown that being skinny-fat puts the body under incredible amounts of stress, and can actually be even worse for you than obesity. If you think that you are skinny-fat, then now is the time to implement these lifestyle changes, so that you can soon get back to your healthiest self.

Advice From Exercise Icons

There is so much fitness advice floating around out there, but, if you want to make some real progress, you need to pick the right people to take this advice from. These exercise icons, from Jane Fonda to Richard Simmons, all have a great track record behind them when it comes to fitness, so take a look at some of their most useful words of wisdom.

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Jane Fonda
With 22 different workout videos produced, all of which have sold over 17 million copies, Jane Fonda is, without a doubt, legendary when it comes to exercising. In terms of fitness advice, Fonda has plenty to offer, with one of her top tips being that one needs to work out at least three times a week, on alternative days, for at least 30 minutes at a time, at least if you want your exercise to be effective. Your workout should also contain three different types of exercises, including stretching, resistance and aerobic exercises, the latter of which is the only type of activity that is able to remove the marbled fat that lies deep within muscles.

Richard Simmons
Richard Simmons rose to fame in the 80’s, and while many expected him to fall into obscurity as the years progressed, Simmons is still making frequent appearances on television, and is an extremely successful fitness instructor. When it comes to his top piece of advice, Simmons stresses the huge importance that he places on setting rules for every part of his life, from eating to exercising. Simmons believes that not only is it important to workout every single day, but you must also always follow clean eating habits, and ensure that these rules are sacred to you.

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Denise Austin
Dubbed as “America’s Favorite Fitness Expert”, Denise Austin is full of advice when it comes to exercising and keeping healthy. Austin believes that it is extremely important to keep your workouts fun and enjoyable, which is why you should frequently mix them up, seeking out new classes, techniques and routines whenever you can. Austin also places huge importance on strength and weight training, believing that the best way to keep your body looking and feeling youthful is to build muscle tone. Austin herself works out every day for at least 30 minutes, and usually does this first thing in the mornings. On the weekends, workouts take a more unstructured form, and can include everything from tennis with her husband to walking with friends.

Kathy Smith
Not only has Kathy Smith sold millions of fitness DVDs, but she has also written several successful books, and her top piece of advice when it comes to exercising is to view this as something that is non-negotiable in your life. Rather than giving in to excuses that you may make to yourself, from having no time to being too tired, find a way to work around these and make exercise a priority in your life.

Physical activity is such an important part of staying healthy, but many people simply do not get enough regular exercise. If you have been feeling unmotivated, follow the advice from these fitness icons and make 2017 the year in which you get back into shape.

Fitness Trends for 2017

The fitness industry is currently thriving like never before, and, as more and more people strive to keep their bodies in shape, the industry is being pushed to really up its game. While 2016 saw many interesting trends make an appearance, 2017 is set to be more exciting than ever, with plenty of new trends to inspire the masses to take more of an interest in fitness.

Workout Apps
Fitness apps have been exploding in popularity recently, and you are likely to see many more workout apps created in 2017. These enable users to engage in an exercise routine wherever they may be, whenever they have a bit of time to spare, giving them a convenient and extremely cost-effective way to work out.

Live-Streaming Fitness Classes
For those who do not live in a big city, you have likely been frustrated at the lack of variation in fitness classes near you, but, thanks to technology, this is soon to change. Rather than having to opt for yet another DVD workout or YouTube tutorial, these live-streaming sessions will take place, in real time, on platforms such as Facebook and Periscope, and will be broadcast from some of the hottest fitness studios around.

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Adult Playgrounds
Adult playgrounds have been popping up quite a bit this past year, but you can expect to see them take quite the surge in 2017 as they become much more mainstream. These outdoor gyms are not just appearing in public parks as you would expect, but can be found in many more unusual locations, from office roof terraces to spacious sidewalk spots, ensuring that everybody is able to easily access one.

Functional Fitness for the Elderly
Fitness levels can really begin to decline with age, unless an active effort is made to prevent this. In 2017, there is likely to be quite the rise in fitness classes for the elderly, but rather than them being standard fitness classes, these will be focussed more on functional fitness. This means focussing on areas such as strength and balance, as well as joint mobility and general mood, all of which will significantly help to elevate daily living standards for this generation.

Outdoor Obstacle Courses
While intense outdoor bootcamps may be declining in popularity, outdoor obstacle courses, such as the Tough Mudder, are steadily on the rise. The majority of these that are currently available are more suited to those with advanced fitness levels, but the newer courses that you will see next year will make this activity available to all.

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Boxing
Boxing has always been loved by many, but it was often difficult for beginners to become involved with this sport. 2017 sees that beginning to change, not only with the introduction of boutique boxing studios, which practice a no-contact style of boxing, but also due to the increasing number of beginners classes that are now being hosted by traditional boxing gyms.

Fitness is key when it comes to healthy living, and an increasing number of people are beginning to become aware of this. Thanks to this mainstream attention, the fitness industry is now witnessing a surge in adrenaline-pumping trends, all of which promise to help keep your body, and mind, in perfect condition.

What You Can Teach Your Children About Healthy Living

children eating healthy food
Helping your children to develop healthy living habits while they are still young will really set them up for success in the long run. From educating them about food to making exercise fun, these are a few ways in which you can easily teach your children about how to live a healthy, and happy, life.

Food Education
Many schools do not include modules on healthy food and nutrition in their syllabus, meaning that it is up to you as the parent to ensure that your child learns as much as possible on this subject. There are so many ways to do this, and it is best to use a variety of methods to ensure that they do not become bored. Taking your child grocery shopping with you, and then helping them to prepare a healthy meal by themselves, will teach them about making healthy food choices when shopping, while learning how to read food labels. For those aspiring young chefs out there, help them to create their very own cookbook that features healthy recipes, and introduce them to some television personalities that promote healthy eating, so that they have positive role models to look up to.

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Make Exercise Fun
The recommended amount of physical activity for children is one hour a day, but with children these days spending more and more time indoors, this can be quite difficult for some parents to implement. The key here is ensuring that physical activity is always fun for your kids, and perhaps starting off with a smaller amount before gradually building this up as their fitness levels improve. There are many activities out there that children can get involved in, from dancing to cycling to team sports. For younger children, fun games such as tag or hide and seek will keep them on the move, while older children may enjoy the challenge of a fitness app that tracks their steps.

Positive influence
Be a Positive Influence
Your children will look up to you as a role model, so you need to make sure that you are providing them with a positive influence to follow. This means that, not only should your children be making healthy food choices and staying active, but so should the rest of the family. By working on a healthy lifestyle together, you will increase your chances of success, as you will have so much extra support, and it will also help with family bonding. When it comes to picking out rewards for your children, do not veer towards the standard, unhealthy, choices, such as extra television time, and opt instead for a reward that is in line with your healthy living practices, such as a family outing to the local national park.

As a parent, there are many ways in which you can encourage your children to be making healthy choices from a young age. By doing so, you will be helping to set healthy habits that they will be able to carry with them for the rest of their lives.

You Can Be Physically Fit

Keeping your body physically active is vital when it comes to good health, with studies showing that regular activity can go a long way when it comes to reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke, which are two of the nation’s biggest killers. From aerobic exercises that benefit the heart, to muscle strengthening activities that boost stamina and flexibility, working on building your physical fitness will bring about a range of benefits to your body.

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Aerobic Exercises
Aerobic exercises keep the larger muscles in your arms, legs and hips moving, which, in turn, will make you breathe deeper and faster. This then increases the amount of oxygen that your blood is able to carry, and, with your heart beating faster, boosts blood flow to your muscles and lungs. Aerobic exercises will hugely benefit heart health, and there are many that you can choose from. For those who are not yet physically fit, walking is often the best aerobic exercise to start off with, as not only is it free and easy, but it is also quite a social activity. If you find yourself needing some extra motivation, there are several walking programs that you can sign up for, and these are proven to help increase success rates. Other aerobic exercises that are fantastic for the heart include biking, swimming, jogging, rowing, dancing and climbing the stairs.

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Muscle Strengthening Exercises
Engaging in exercises at least twice a week that strengthen the muscles is not only recommended by the US Department of Health and Human Services, but also by the American Heart Association and the American College of Sports Medicine. The reason for this is due to the way in which improved muscle strength is able to prevent bones from weakening with age, otherwise known as osteoporosis, cuts back on age-related muscle loss, and boosts an individual’s range of motion. For many adults and seniors, muscle strengthening exercises are just as, if not more, important than aerobic activity, and both of these should be incorporated into your weekly schedule. There are a number of activities that can help strengthen your muscles, from yoga to weight exercises to resistance training, with each activity improving muscle strength in different ways.

Minimum Amount of Exercise Needed
While exercising every day is always going to be the most beneficial, there are different recommended amounts depending on the health issue that you are hoping to address. To give your cardiovascular health an overall boost, you should be engaging in at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity over the course of the week, or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity. You should also be including muscle-strengthening exercises two days a week, although this should be increased if you feel that your age puts you at a higher risk. When it comes to lowering cholesterol and blood pressure, 40 minutes of activity four times a week should be sufficient, but if this seems as though it may be too challenging for you, set yourself some shorter goals and work up to the optimum amount.

For those that live a relatively sedentary lifestyle, becoming physically fit can seem like an uphill battle. However, everyone has to begin somewhere, so start off small and work your way up until you have managed to reach the fitness level that you have aspired to.

New Styles in Fitness

When it comes to working out, there are always new types of fitness classes being created, designed to keep you energized and motivated. From exciting new classes to workout trends that are set to take over, these are some new fitness styles that you simply have to try.

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Small Group Training
Up until now, those seeking workout guidance would either join a fitness group, or hire a personal trainer. Small group training is a concept that combines both of these, utilizing the environment of a fitness class but with smaller sized groups, designed to speed up the way in which you progress, and keep more of the focus on your own individual goals. Classes are usually restricted to around eight people, and each participant will be able to receive one-on-one training during each session, helping them to train much more effectively.

Free Dancing
There are countless fitness classes out there that make use of various dance moves, teaching participants structured techniques in order to ensure that everybody is getting a good workout. However, a new type of dance class seems to be increasing in popularity, and this one completely does away with all of those prescribed steps. Instead, powerful, hip-shaking music is played, and participants are encouraged to move their bodies freely to the beat, in any way that they feel comfortable. The concept of these classes arose from the idea that each body is unique, meaning that there should not be a one-size-fits-all workout class, and, with the intense amount of cardio you will be receiving from each class, you are still guaranteed a healthy session of exercise.

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Hiking Yoga
The beach yoga craze has officially been and gone, and a new sort of yoga is now taking the fitness world by storm. Hiking Yoga originated in San Francisco in 2009, but has only recently been making waves around the world. The original sessions were 90 minutes long, with instructors leading students through three miles of extraordinary nature trails, stopping along the way, at particularly scenic spots, to practice some yoga. The beauty of Hiking Yoga is, no matter where in the world you do it, you are guaranteed a different experience, and will enjoy the cardio benefits of hiking, plus the mental benefits of yoga, along with the health-boosting benefits of fresh air.

Barre Classes
Barre classes have been growing in popularity over the past couple of years, and this shows no sign whatsoever of slowing down. Incorporating the use of a ballet barre, as well as maybe a couple of ballet moves, these classes bring in techniques from many other dance and exercise styles. Borrowing methods from yoga to Pilates to functional training, barre classes have the ability to help you to exercise many different muscle groups at one time, and, when accompanied with high-energy music, is always a fun workout.

It is common knowledge that working out is vital to a healthy mind and body, and, with many more people now recognizing the importance of this, there are an abundance of fitness classes popping up everywhere. However, for those who want to try something different, choosing one of the above styles of classes, whether it may be a yoga hike in the great outdoors or working out in small groups, will guarantee you some positive results.

Showing Off Your Muscles

A toned body deserves to be shown off, and there are certain styles of clothes that are able to do this much better than others. Whether you want to flaunt your toned legs or your defined shoulders, these are the best outfits in which to do so.

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Strapless
For those who want to show off toned shoulders or arms, strapless garments are the best way to do this, as they really let your upper body frame the entire outfit. A strapless maxi dress is a style that can be worn for both day and night, and if you choose a design that features an embellishment or certain details at the top of the dress, this helps to keep the focus on your shoulders and arms. When it comes to the upper body, the shoulders are the most important muscles, and defined shoulders can make a huge difference, even if your arms are not as toned. When exercising your shoulders, be sure to keep all of your workouts well-balanced, making sure that you do the same amount of pushing as you do pulling. This ensures that you strengthen your back as well as your shoulders, preventing your shoulders from overworking and your back from weakening.

Cut-Outs
It can be difficult working out just how to show off your toned abs without having to wear a crop top, but a dress that features cut-outs around the stomach is perfect for this. Since you will not be baring that much skin, your outfit will always look classy, but still be able to expose those stomach muscles that you have worked so hard for. While many may believe that crunches are usually the best way to tone up a stomach, this is not true, as crunches only target the front and sides of the abdomen rather than the muscles of the core, which is what is needed for properly defined abs. Instead, put together a customized workout that incorporates a side plank, the alligator drag, and walking while in the push-up position, as these three moves will really help to tone up your stomach.

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Bare Legs
Short dresses and skirts are a great way to show off your legs, but you need to be sure to cover up the other parts of your body to keep the outfit balanced. To bring even more attention to your legs, opt for a dress that has draping around the waist, which then falls away to reveal your toned legs. To make them appear even longer, pair this dress with strappy sandals or delicate shoes, rather than anything chunky or heavy. When it comes to toned legs, lunges are one of the best exercises to get them into shape, as are squats.

A toned and defined body usually takes quite a bit of work to achieve, and it is always a good feeling to be able to show off the results. Wearing outfits that show off your muscles will also help to keep you motivated during future workouts, as you will be able to see the fantastic results much more clearly.

Yoga Poses for Glowing Skin – OROGOLD Reviews

We all know that true beauty comes from within, and yoga is the perfect way to help your inner beauty shine on the outside. By stabilizing your hormones and enhancing the blood flow to your skin, yoga is a popular way to improve the health of your skin, giving you a healthy, radiant glow.

Woman performing the Shirshasana in her backyard.

The Headstand – Shirshasana
Although Shirshasana may be a difficult pose to master, it will make a significant difference in the way in which your face glows, simply due to the fact that as you are standing on your head, your blood is flowing downwards, enhancing the circulation in your face. It also simulates a face lift, as your skin will be hanging in the other direction since you have reversed the flow of gravity. The headstand not only helps to reduce wrinkles, but also brings more nutrients and oxygen to your face, giving you a healthy glow.

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Yogic Facial Massage – Kapal Randhra Dhouti
The kapal randhra dhouti is the Yoga Institute’s signature yogic facial massage, and is a great technique that can bring about the same results as many skin care products. It works by stimulating the nerves in your face, giving you a natural glow when practiced over time. You will also find that it is a great way to reduce stress and relax. Begin by sitting cross-legged, breathing steadily. Using your fingers, gently massage your forehead, starting from the middle and working your way towards the temples. Then, gently pinch your eyebrows along their length, repeating this about 3 or 4 times. Massage around your eyes, in gentle circular motions, and in upward strokes, massage your cheeks. Finally, look upwards and massage your neck in upward strokes.

Woman peforming the Uttanasana yoga pose besides a waterfall.

Standing Forward Bend – Uttanasana
This is another pose that enhances the blood flow to your face, encouraging the renewal of skin cells and giving you a rosy glow. It is a great pose for beginners to try, as even simply bending at the waist, letting your head hang and closing your eyes makes your blood flow change direction. If you find the pose is painful in your hamstrings, try doing a simple warm-up first. To begin with, practice this pose for one minute every day, working your way up to five minutes as your body becomes more accustomed to it. This is the easiest of the forward bend poses, and once you have mastered this, you will be able to try the more complicated ones, all of which will give you glowing skin.

However experienced you are with yoga, it is important to warm up first, as unfamiliar poses could cause injuries. Yoga is a great way to de-stress, as well as improve your overall skin health. When it comes to your face, any pose that allows the blood to rush to your face faster will give you a rosy glow. Be sure to also drink plenty of water, as this helps your body to detoxify and will enhance all of the benefits that come from the yoga poses.

OROGOLD Explains Work Out Skin Care Dos and Dont’s

Work outs and exercises are known to be one of the best ways of ensuring that your body remains fit and healthy and that your organs function normally. One of the biggest benefactors of regular exercise is your skin. Exercises are known to stimulate body processes and regulate body functions. It also causes a lot of sweat which allows your body to release its toxins, open your skin pores and rejuvenate your skin cells. As a result, your skin ends up looking healthier and younger. However, you must understand that there are several work out skin care dos and dont’s that you need to take care of. Remember, the ultimate difference between making your work out routine effective or ineffective for your skin could be one of the points mentioned by OROGOLD herein below.

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Work Out Skin Care: Dos

Avoid tanning at all costs

Your skin pores are known to open up after a rigorous work out. This makes your skin much more susceptible to the harmful UV rays of the sun and direct exposure to sunlight could result in tanning. One of the most important post work out skin care solutions is to ensure that you avoid direct sunlight at all costs. Cover your face with a scarf, wear sunglasses, wear a broad rimmed hat and use sunscreens to block out the harmful UV rays that affect your skin.

Be gentle on your skin

Make sure that you are gentle on your skin. Don’t scrub yourself to make your body feel clean after sweating. Yes, you might feel better, but it could end up being a disaster for your skin, particularly if you suffer from sensitive skin. Use gentle cleansers to clean your body and a gentle shampoo to rinse your hair. We like OROGOLD Vitamin C Cleanser to remove all the yucky stuff from our skin after a work out. This should do the trick, irrespective of how sweaty you have become.

Stay hydrated at all times

It is extremely important to ensure that you stay hydrated all through your work out. Rigorous exercises lead to loss of moisture from your body in the form of sweating. You need to ensure that you replenish your body fluids by drinking adequate water. You should also replenish your body with healthy food and a proper diet.

Stay disciplined

Make sure that you work out every single day. It doesn’t help to take a break when following a proper work out routine. This becomes even more important when you’re a beginner. Doing something consistently, no matter how big or small it is, definitely helps your skin a lot. For best results, don’t end up overexerting yourself either. Ideally, you should be looking at 30 minutes of cardio exercises on a daily basis and strength training 2 – 3 times a week for a couple of months until your body becomes accustomed to regular exercises.

Always listen to what your body has to say

In your zeal to look younger and fitter, don’t put too much of stress on your body. Your body knows what is best for it. If you feel uncomfortable or you feel that you need rest on a particular day, skip exercises and take a break. Although it is not wise to take breaks in your routine, overdoing is not a healthy way of exercising either.

Always wear comfortable shoes

Invest in a pair of comfortable work out shoes to give your back the necessary support while exercising. This is particularly important if you plan to stay in shape and not get bogged down after rigorous exercises.

Use the right skin care products

Using the right skin care products is extremely important after exercising. Refrain from using soaps to wash your body and always use a gentle cleanser that offers you with hydrating effects. It is also important to use a moisturizer that not only hydrates your skin, but also offers you with SPF 30 sun protection.

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Work Out Skin Care: Donts

Don’t be hard on yourself

Your ultimate aim should be to age with grace. There are so many factors apart from your genetics that take a toll on the state of your skin. Don’t make it worse by being hard on yourself. Concentrate on taking care of your skin and your body rather than obsessing about things that simply cannot be changed.

Control your hands

Resist the temptations to wipe sweat from your face using your hands or your gloves. Always soak some cotton balls in a facial toner and use them to wipe your sweat. Don’t forget to wash your hands before and after exercising.

Never bathe with hot water after work outs

A hot water bath might do wonders to help you get rid of your exhaustion and loosen your sore muscles. But it ends up causing havoc on your skin. Hot water baths end up stripping your skin of its vital oils, thereby leaving you dry and itchy.

Don’t get stuck on the treadmill

Most newbies in the world of work outs prefer to follow the same routine at the same intensity. As a result, they end up spending too much time on the treadmill. This habit gets reinforced as the work out becomes easier and the body adjusts to the monotonous work outs. You might be fooled into thinking that you’re actually benefiting from the routine, but truth be told, your muscles have adjusted themselves to the challenge and your body stops to benefit. Make sure that you mix up your routine and intensity by jogging outside, using an elliptical machine or cross-training on the bike.

Remove your sweaty gym wear as soon as possible

You need to ensure that you strip off your sweaty gym wear as soon as you’re done exercising. Sweaty gym clothes are a breeding ground for bacteria and can cause a lot of damage to your skin. So, don’t skip on those showers after a work out.

 

Now that you’ve  become aware of all the dos and dont’s of work out skin care, you should easily be able to create your own skin care and work out routines. Don’t forget to carry essential things like a water bottle, a fresh pair of clothes, your gym shoes, a gentle cleanser and some sunscreen moisturizer.