I am 100% guilty of using winter as an excuse to stay warm, inside, and well, unmotivated to work out. It’s the weather, the season, the hot chocolate… you name it.
A question you may often find yourself asking is in terms of speed versus distance, which should you focus on when running? Which one is more effective?
Let’s face it: Getting back into working out isn’t always easy. We want to be able to run miles, stay in the gym a little longer, and keep going to that cool new workout class. We set pretty high goals a little too quickly, sometimes, and I find that putting too much pressure on yourself sometimes only ends up keeping you on the couch.
Are you a highly motivated person looking for high intensity workouts? Then let us give it to you – Olympic style. Several years ago, the Japanese Olympic speed skating team asked Sport & Health Science Professor Izumi Tabata to develop a workout strategy, and the results were incredible. What Tabata produced was originally meant only for world class athletes, but there is no reason why you can't give it a try.
Running is by far one of the best total body workouts you
can engage in. It has been known to prevent disease, relieve stress, boost your
immune system, and of course, aid in weight loss.
It is almost incredulous to think that the holidays are just around the corner. But, here we are at that time of year again, where the gift buying takes over and our fitness goals start re-emerging.
Treadmills are a great tool for those looking to get in shape and improve their cardio. What a lot of people don’t know is that there are scientifically proven ways to use a treadmill to achieve the best results. Whether you’re at home or at the gym, there are a few things you should consider to help you get the best treadmill workout...
Treadmills are a great way to stay in shape and get a cardio workout. To get the most out of your investment, it’s important to know all the functions of your treadmill before your workout.
If you came here looking for a short slide show with useless exercises that can't trim your waistline, then you have come to the wrong place. But if you really want to learn about fat burning workouts and strategies for a skinnier waist, firmer thighs and tight buttocks then welcome to this comprehensive guide.
If you’re considering purchasing an exercise machine, there are several things to take into account before deciding which type of equipment is best...