5 Fitness Routines to Try in 2016

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A new year, a new you. Whether you're an avid athlete or are looking to fulfill your New Year's resolution, trying something new will boost your entire life. A new fitness routine can boost your metabolism, energy, and mood all in one. These five fitness routines are each a great workout to get you feeling and looking your best for 2016.


Rock Your LBD

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This workout routine is all about small movements with resistance to make each target area tight. All you need are a pair of 2-3 pound dumbbells to workout your arms, abs, and booty.

Follow the routine at Fitness Magazine.


30 Days of Yoga

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Start off the new year with a month of yoga. Each day Adriane brings you a new yoga routine that doesn't take too much time out of your day. Yoga is a great stress reliever that enhances your flexibility, which is a very important aspect for anyone's fitness.

Follow the routine at Yoga With Adriene.


Total Body Overhaul Workout

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If you're used to one type of workout, particularly cardio, this total body workout will change things up for you. If you're a cardio junkie, it's time to add in a little weight lifting to the mix to gain some muscle that'll have you looking and feeling stronger. This routine was designed by a trainer that saw change in her body after spending years doing cardio.

Follow the routine at Women's Health.


Next-Level Strength Training

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This strength training routine contains nine different exercises that will sculpt your body all over and burn more calories due to one little tool. Sliding discs are used in each workout to create friction with the floor or wall to make you work a little extra hard. With the use of the sliding discs, your stabilizing muscles are burning extra hard to help keep you steady.

Follow the routine at Shape.


HIIT Workout

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Hight Intensity Interval Training is an amazing workout that boosts your energy and gets that heart beating. This interval training combines cardiovascular and strength exercises to get the most out of your workout.

Follow the routine at Skinny Mom.

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