How to Perform Suicide Sprints/Ladder Runs

Someone gave this suicide sprints, also known asladder run,s workout a bad name! This sprint workout routine is far from suicidal! In fact, it’s more life-giving than traditional moderate-paced jogging cardio routines! I say this […]

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Walking is Not a Waste of Time, You Just Have to “Walk This Way!”

If exercise is a magic pill that cures and prevents many different kinds of disease, walking is as research tested and proven effective as Tylenol…

The act of placing one foot in front of the other […]

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High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Improves Cognitive Function

High intensity interval training (HIIT) may be the type of exercise that is difficult to swallow, but it truly may be the pill that fixes everything… Research now suggests that HIIT can help to improve […]

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Watch List: Our Favorite Products to HIIT Up Our Workout

We’ve gathered up our top 5 HIIT workout gear to share with you today. HIIT – High Intensity Interval Training – intermixes short bursts of high intensity exercising with active recovery periods at a […]

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Daily Exercise Recommendations: High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is a Must

Confused about how much you need to exercise each day or week to consider yourself "fit"? Outlined are concrete recommendations from the CDC, ACSM and AHA, that "less is more" if you exercise the right way!

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Minimalist Exercise Is Key to Getting and Staying in Shape

Minimalist exercise is the answer to getting in shape and staying in shape over the long-term.

Let’s face it. For most of us, exercise is hard to fit into our busy schedules, and may not be […]

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High-Intensity Interval Training Affects Your Food Choices

Have you ever had a good workout and realized that you wanted nothing but healthy food to eat after? Well, believe it or not, there may be a scientific basis to this!

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Is Too Much Jogging Bad For You? What Are the Recommendations?

While jogging is a widely-accepted healthy physical activity, while more jogging offer more benefit? Or is too much jogging bad for you? What are the recommendations?

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Your Guide to Preventing Long-Distance Running Injuries

Fortunately for the state of health in America, many more people are long-distance running and participating in road races than ever! In fact, road race finishers have nearly tripled from 5 million in 1990 to […]

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