Working out is great for improving overall health, and those of us that have built a habit of exercising every day know that after some time of consistent progress, it can become addictive. If you’re not sure where you stand on a scale of fitness enthusiast to crazed gym rat, consider this checklist to find out if you’re addicted to exercise…
Almost every new runner experienced frustration when he or she first started. Breathing problems, side-aches and side-stitches are a common complaint among many runners. So the most often asked issues are why this happens and how to prevent such problems during and after running. In today’s post, you’ll find useful tips and advice on: […]
After years of grueling ab work, mind-numbingly dull planks and repetitive exercises that target only a fraction of your core, you would rather go through yet another excruciating drop-set of your pause squat than do another crunch or leg raise. Even the toughest of athletes need to incorporate core work into their training program, and […]
Your WorkOuts should be tailored to your fitness goals and in order to reach those goals, you will need to have a workout plan. Of course those plans won’t mean a thing if you don’t stick to them. Eliminate the distractions of Awkward, Bulky, & Annoying Fitness Armbands and Soggy Inconvenient […]
Running is an undeniably popular form of exercise and recreation. An estimated 64 millions people in the US alone self reported themselves as runners or joggers. But running effectively and safely is more than just “getting out there and going for a run”. To run effectively, efficiently, and safely you need to run […]
There is so much to say and learn about Nutrition and Healthy eating.
We’re never going to claim to know anything close to everything about nutrition, eating health, or dieting but we’ve talked to (and continue to talk to) experts and influencers in healthy eating and nutrition.
When we are trying to reach fitness goals, shred fat, and achieve our ideal physiques it’s easy to fall into one diet trap after another. There are many people that subscribe to specific diets and they work really well for them but most people will be best served by eating a balanced diet that has an adequate number of calories, healthy fats, limited simple sugars, but not more calories than you need for your activity levels.
My Coach always says, Athletics is 90% Physical and 10% Mental. What Controls the 10%?
Whether you’re calling it flip belt (FitBelt), fit belt (FitBelt), or any one of a hundred different names, we all know what we’re talking about: the infamous fanny pack.