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Best hot weather workouts

By Chris Reidy, Globe Staff Al fresco workouts in 90-degree heat are such a bad idea that the parent of Boston Sports Clubs is welcoming walk-ins for free indoor workouts during heat waves through Aug. 31. Through that date, aall club locations will open their doors to the public for free workouts every time the temperature hits 90 degrees or above,a the Town Sports International said in a press release. One other condition: A person must be 18 or older. Town Sports International operates 25 Boston Sports Clubs in this market. All told, it has about 160 clubs in places like New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C., as well as Boston. <br>Source:

4. Go for a swim: Head to the local swimming pool to cool off, but make sure you push it to get maximum fitness advantage from your dip. Even better, try open water swimming . But play safe - swimming deaths always increase as soon as the weather improves. Make sure you choose a safe spot to swim and never go wild swimming on your own. Hot weather training tip: on a really scorching day, stick a towel in the fridge then wrap yourself in it after drying off from the shower - it'll help control the sweats. <br>Source:

Travel Workouts

She is responsible for helping models Heidi Klum, Kimora Lee Simmons and Adriana Lima quickly getting back into shape. Orbeck, who has created a Pregnancy Sculpt DVD, recommends starting with cardio exercises and making your child part of your workout. You can push the stroller or strap the baby on to your chest while you step out for a walk. "As babies need so much sleep, it's a great time to get moving during nap time and make the most of your precious time to yourself," she advised. Other workout ideas for new moms include sumo squats, alternative reverse lunges, reverse bridges and much more. <br>Source:

If your face has white salt streaks on it postworkout, it means you've lost quite a bit of sodium, so it's best to have a sports drink, water with an electrolyte-tablet in it, or water along with food that contains sodium, says Skolnik. After especially long or hard activity, you also need protein to help hyperlink your muscles heal. That's why recovery drinks are ideal--they provide protein and fluid to help you rehydrate. "Chocolate milk is a great choice," says Dr. Maharam. <br>Source:

Intense Workouts Key to Getting Back into Shape Post-Pregnancy

Check out our favorite ways to work out with just one piece of travel-friendly equipment below. Resistance Band Source: POPSUGAR Studios No need to pack a pair of heavy dumbbells you'll get the same results with a simple resistance band. And since it takes up almost no space in your luggage, it's definitely a fitness travel essential. Abs and thighs get a fun workout with this hotel-room friendly move, the resistance-band flutter kick . Make basic moves even more challenging with this heart-pumping 10-minute resistance band video workout . <br>Source:

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