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2015-06-05 01:17
Burn more CaloriesOn average, every 1% incline increase, runners use roughly 4% more energy. The steeper the hill, the more calories you burn. Increases Workout EfficiencyResearchers ha… Read More
2014-07-07 01:56
Start your morning off with an energizing workout!High Knees (45 seconds)Run on the spot, driving your knees toward your chest.  Complete this exercise for 45 seconds and as fast as you… Read More
2013-01-05 13:22
Individuals with higher levels of chronic mental stress take longer to recover from a workout, reveals a group of researches at the Yale Stress Centre.  Their findings confirm that… Read More
2012-04-17 19:56
1. Exercise! The combination of resistance training and cardio is your best choice in revving up your metabolism.  We are typically focused on cardio and fat loss, but fail to realize w… Read More
2012-03-06 08:04
If you are looking to perform your best in sport or in exercise, you have to keep your body hydrated throughout the activity. Sweating even as low as one percent of your total body weight ca… Read More
2011-06-16 23:57
If fitness, or getting fit, is important to you then you should realize it's possible to reach your goals in the comfort of your own home. Gym memberships can get quite expensive an… Read More
2011-02-17 13:26
Why are your abdominal muscles so important?Abdominal muscles are important in providing support and movement to the trunk. These muscles also provide protection to the inner abdomin… Read More
2011-02-05 19:03
Overtraining is typically the case when athletes train extensively without adequate rest time. In addition to this, all athletes are different and respond differently to certain training rou… Read More
2010-12-23 00:29
It is not unusual to feel soreness after a workout; DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) is the term used.DOMS is usually felt twelve to fourty-eight hours after the workout, and is usually… Read More

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