ISSA's Top Strength Exercises for Your Best Summer Beach Body

CARPINTERIA, Calif., April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- As summer quickly approaches, many of us are scrambling to find a workout regimen that will get us the fastest results so we can look good by Memorial Day. The International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA) polled their member database -- nearly 100,000 personal trainers and health professionals strong -- their survey recommended trying the following exercises for each body part to get your best summer beach body:

A few effective cardio interval exercises to mix-up your aerobic routine include: starburst jumps, step-ups, climbing stairs and jumping rope.

The secret is to be sure to start this today! If you really want to see a difference, you need to give yourself at least six weeks to start seeing results. Seek out a qualified, certified personal trainer to personalize your program and demonstrate how to correctly perform each exercise to maximize your results.

In addition to toning and defining muscles from head-to-toe, Patrick Gamboa, Vice President of Education for the ISSA, says "a realistic, safe, and healthy expectation of what can be achieved with this strength and interval combination routine is a two- to three- pound body fat reduction per week." For a start, Patrick recommends performing a minimum of:

About ISSA

For the past 20 years, the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA) has provided certification and continuing education to nearly 100,000 health and fitness professionals. ISSA certifications are recognized worldwide.

The ISSA's nine fitness certification courses were designed by a virtual "who's who" of the fitness industry -- including Dr. Tom Fahey, Dr. Fred Hatfield, Dr. Sal Arria, Dr. Karl Knopf, and Dan Gastelu.

The ISSA is proud to include Clark Bartram, Jennifer Nicole Lee, Wayne Johnson, Jackie Warner, Sonia Adcock, John Schaeffer, Monica Brant, Charles Staley and Adela Garcia among our alumni.

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