You’re not imagining it. It’s getting really freaking cold outside. There’s no daylight when your alarm clock goes off, you’ve logged more miles than you’d like to count on the dreadmill, and — duh — it’s really cold out there. It’s no surprise that any motivation to get outdoors and work up a sweat has […]
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…
When you exercise, your muscles lose glycogen which is a stored energy reserve made out of glucose and carbohydrates. That combined with micro tears in the muscle tissue results in post-workout muscle soreness. Once it sets in, you’ll have a hard time maintaining the exercising routine. It will even be hard for you to get up in the morning. Even though the pain can be quite strong there is no need for you to resort to painkillers. There are better ways to help your muscles recover.
Whether jogging outside on a sunny day or on a treadmill in a gym, whether burning those calories on the stationary bike or on an open road, consider doing all those things but with style. Exercising is the best way to boost our energy, our health as well as our confidence. Confidence and style go hand in hand. It’s easy to visualize achieving the image that you are striving for with the right outfit and sports gear. That’s why being fashionable while exercising could be worth your while.
Exercising is very IN for the last decade, and one can say that promotion of healthy life and fitness even surpasses the eighties aerobics and weightlifting era. People now make room for the dumbbells and benches in their apartments take loans to buy treadmills and more serious pieces of equipment, and those with money hire professional instructors and trainers. There are numerous apps making sure you eat properly, have enough sleep and offering you various exercises from yoga to HIIT. And the great thing is that you can do it all at your home, away from prying eyes and possibility of feeling uncomfortable.
Between work, family, and other obligations, it can be very difficult to squeeze in time to exercise. But it seems that many of life’s little problems can be solved with the internet’s help. We browsed the web and rounded up our favorite workouts that you can do in 20 minutes or less. From body weight […]
No Equipment? No problem. You don’t need a gym to get your fitness on — in most cases, all you need is WiFi and a bit of floor space. I used to be one of those people who thought I needed a gym membership to stay in shape. Really, all I needed was Wifi. Want […]
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 […]
Between the changing of the leaves, the pumpkin spicing of everything, the Halloween parties and the overeating at Thanksgiving, we seem to love the fall most of all. And for us athletes, the best thing about the season to us is not having to work out in the summer heat anymore! However, just like the […]