As we age our muscles, joints, ligaments, and tendons…… okay, our whole body🏃🏽♂️ are more prone to nagging and sometimes serious injuries. And when those injuries occur, they require longer recovery time to get back to action. I know that opening refrain can be quite a bummer 🤷🏽♂️… Stay injury free and motivated with […]
Starting from zero: How to get to a Good to Great 5k? How does one run past the 5000 meter mark? Even champion runners were once a beginner. You might have watched elite runners in admiration at some point asked yourself how they managed to get to where they are in their running […]
There’s just one question. There will be sweat. There will be blisters. How long can you hold onto the iron? What is a muscle up? Before defining it, be informed that it involves two phases. The pull up and push up. If you are good at them (able to engage the target […]
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.
Tabata Training is one of many forms of HIIT (high intensity interval training), and one of the largest growing trends sought after to achieve a marveled muscle makeover. The benefits are endless; you burn more fat, build a healthier heart, and increase your metabolism all the while. Not to mention, it’s an efficient use of […]
“What am I supposed to do on days when I’m not training?!” Great question. Let us break down the concept of the “off day” for you. When you complete a full body workout, or do lots of compound movements like squats, push-ups, overhead presses or deadlifts, your muscles get broken down. Then, over the next 24-48 hours, those muscles get rebuilt […]
My Coach always says, Athletics is 90% Physical and 10% Mental. What Controls the 10%?