18 Ways To Burn More Fat Jumping Rope

Not meeting your weight loss goals fast enough? Well ladies and gents, I’ve got the perfect solution to breaking out of your fitness slump – and it’s pretty simple. Time to break out your jump rope! Now one of the things that I absolutely love about jumping rope is the fact that there are literally countless ways that this simple and highly-portable piece of exercise equipment can be used to get a full-body workout so you can transform your body in record time. Plus, jumping rope is a workout that you can do anywhere, and it definitely comes in handy when you need to break up the monotony of the gym.

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So, ready to learn a few cool ways to burn fat superfast with a jump rope? Check out my video where I share 18 jump rope moves that you can use to torch major calories, while also keeping your workouts fun and fresh! And once you’re done breaking a good sweat, make sure you refuel and recover with a yummy Beauty&Body Protein Shake and subscribe to my YouTube channel for a regular dose of my FitBeauty and healthy living tips!



Dr Phoenyx headshotDr. Phoenyx Austin, M.D. is a certified Sports Medicine Specialist and the creator of Dr. Phoenyx’s FitBeauty products for Healthy Hair and Fit Body. Find Dr. Phoenyx on her website, YouTube channel, and Instagram.

4 Easy Ways To Avoid Falling Off Your Workout This Winter


woman doing situpsWhen you’re not a workout fanatic, it can be easy to make excuses as to way you couldn’t work today or the day before that – especially when the weather isn’t favorable – but it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, it could all be so simple. Rochelle Boykin, a certified fitness fanatic and founder of fabfitparty.com, is here to make it that much simpler. Here are four of her best tips for staying in tip-top shape when the weather hits below zero. Get ready to sweat!

1. Walk and take the stairs.

“People forget how effective walking and stairs can be. They’re both great for cardio! Try parking your car farther away from the building, which will force you to walk further. Don’t ever take the elevator. Take the stairs instead. Many malls open the halls before the stores open. So, you can take an hour in the mornings to walk inside with a little heat if you don’t want to walk outside. If the mall is multi-level, try walking each level in its entirety and walk up and down the escalator steps. For even more cardio, pick up the pace. Want to take it up a notch? Carry small hand weights and walk with them. Pets are a great excuse to walk more too. Extend your morning walk with your dog by a few blocks, every extra step counts.”