There is nothing as good as realizing results after spending your time working out. Whether you are trying to lose weight, add muscles or simply learn a new skill, we all would like to see progress. However, it is not every day that you work-out that you will see results. After a period of successful workouts, every runner reaches a stage where your workouts will not be delivering results. That is when we say that you have reached a plateau stage. For example, you have been increasing your speed every week for months and then you reach a stage where you cannot increase speed further despite doing the same workouts that you were doing before.
Many women embrace pregnancy and the way their bodies grow throughout their 40 week journey, but many also fear it and don’t look forward to the weight gain and concurrent muscle pains and aches that accompany a growing midsection. To mitigate weight gain, and for some, to keep up with habits that they established before they were pregnant, many pregnant women turn to working out throughout their pregnancy.
Being vegan is not just a way to protest the abuse of animals in the food industry, but a lifestyle that shapes your view of the world and the way you perceive yourself as well. Yes, it all starts by deciding not to eat meat, eggs and dairy, wear fur or use cosmetics tested on animals, but veganism slowly makes you think differently and act in accordance with its principles. Over the course of time, this reflects on your performance as well and you may start asking yourself if it’s possible to achieve high performance on a non-meat diet. Therefore, here are a couple of nutrition facts and tips for vegan running enthusiasts who wish to achieve great results.
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: […]
1. There is no correct way to run. There is no perfect way to hit a forehand in tennis, or to drive a golf ball, or to kick a soccer ball, but the degree of divergence from the accepted norm in each of these activities is relatively small. When you look at runners who have excellent […]
Suffering from itchy feet? For adventurous runners, there are dozens of epic races and routes around the world to simultaneously treat the running bug and satisfy wanderlust. In admiration, we’ve compiled a list of the 10 running adventures we’d embark on if we were to ever be so lucky.
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 […]
The Run-Down There are generally two types of fitness enthusiasts: the ones who love running and the ones who, well, aren’t so crazy about it. It’s pretty easy to spot the diehard runners. They’re the ones who race to claim “their” treadmill as soon as the gym doors open, and they love to out-run each […]
The Official 2017 Spring Running Gear Guide The end of winter represents a bunch of things. Obviously, it means the temperatures will rise, the snow will melt, and in about seven months, everyone will start complaining about how hot it is (again). More importantly, it means that those of you who lean toward outdoor workouts […]