A recent report researched every state in the United States with one question in mind: How many people are actually willing to get off the couch and do something productive? The results are far from surprising.
One of the biggest deterrents to workout regimens is simply the fact that most people have no idea how to begin. How much weight should you lift? What machines work which muscles? How often should you work out?
In an attempt to make its training more practical, the Army may soon drop the sit-up from its fitness requirements.
The army is testing a new fitness regiment that includes running an obstacle course with 40 to 70 pounds of combat gear on and dragging a sled weighing 180 pounds, but none of the iconic stomach-strengthening exercise...