Work Your Body in a Whole New Way

If you’ve been doing the same type of exercise for a while, chances are your body has gotten better at doing it. While it’s great that you’ve been working out regularly, the downside is that you’ll stop getting the results you’re looking for, such as weight loss or athletic performance, says Gregory Florez, a certified personal trainer in Salt Lake City, Utah, owner of FitAdvisor Health Coaching Services, and a spokesman for the American Council on Exercise. The solution: Switch your workout plan about every six to eight weeks. Challenge your body and mind with the following hot workouts.

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