10-20-30 Running Workout!

There is no need to run aimlessly for a given time period anymore! The old methods of running must be changed. It's like this --- when it comes getting in the best physical shape, you cannot run like a car on cruise control. And that makes sense! When you put your car on cruise control, you stay "cruising" at 65 and you burn less fuel or gas. However, if you drive "crazy" (speed up, and slow down often) your miles per gallon average will be extremely low, because you will be burning more fuel. Think about running this way.

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Walk First, Run Later: Steps to Starting a Running Program

This guest post is by David Dack a runner and an established author on weight loss, motivation and fitness.

Starting a running program is the best way to lose weight and keep it off for good. […]

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Is it Safe to Exceed Your Maximum Heart Rate

Q: I was curious if there are any known reasons to avoid strenuous exercising that creates a ‘maximum-heart rate’ scenario? When I ride my bicycle on steep hills or mountains, I can easily max out […]

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Is Marathon Running Safe For the Heart?

Marathons, triathlons, biathlons, mega marathons, and other super intense races and challenges seem to be becoming more popular these days. In fact, in the past year, registrations for marathons has increased by two million!  Interestingly, […]

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Nike Air Relentless Running Shoe Review: An Awesome Buy

Nike Air Relentless Review

I am a runner. Not a running fanatic, but I take my 20-minute Fast Pace runs seriously. I have always appreciated good comfortable running shoes, but never made too much […]

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What is the Benefit of a Pedometer for Weight Loss?

Q: I’m looking into purchasing a pedometer for weight loss? What would be the benefit?

pedometerA:  A pedometer is a tool that counts how many steps you […]

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Neck Training: The MMA Fighter’s Secret Fitness Weapon

Staying motivated is one of the most challenging aspects of maintaining a consistent fitness routine. This is why many people prefer to take up a sport, rather than sign up for a gym membership. And […]

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The Afterburn Effect: Calories Burn 14 Hours After Vigorous Exercise

Want to know how to workout to lose weight? It’s all in the afterburn effect! Put in a dedicated 45 minutes of high-intensity exercise and burn additional calories for the next 14 hours, reports the […]

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How to Run With Radiculitis/Sciatica

Running with radiculitis can be challenging. Radiculitis occurs because a nerve originating from your neck or back is irritated as it exits your spine and runs down your arm or leg, according to Spine Centers […]

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