Cardio and Resistance Training Workout for 50-Year-Olds

The optimal cardiovascular and resistance training workout plan for 50-60 year olds to maintain health, strength and fitness!

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How to Design a Sprint Workout Routine

Learn how to safely design a personalized sprint workout routine based on high intensity training principles to save time and improve your cardiovascular health.

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Why You Should Be Sprinting and Not Jogging or Walking

Stop wasting time with slow, leisurely workout routines. Push yourself for only 20-30 minutes a few times a week to get the results that you have been working so hard for! Learn how sprint training can improve your outcomes!

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4 Reasons Why You Should Do a 500 Rep Workout

Not yet convinced that the 500 rep workout is for you? Give me a chance to sell you a good workout plan with 4 reasons why you should make the 500 rep workout the base of your resistance training foundation!

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A Simple Interval Training Cardio Workout Routine

Now that research is supporting the utility of interval training for cardiovascular exercise, learn a simple interval training workout that you can perform for optimal aerobic fitness.

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Resistance Bands: The Key to Simple, Effective Muscle Building

Phil Hitchcock, a Tulane University School of Medicine student, teaches you the proper way to exercise with a resistance band workout routine designed to build muscle, strength and improve endurance.

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Is Your Workout Useless?

You may have a strong commitment to a dedicated workout routine, but you may be wasting your time with useless workouts if you are not practicing certain methods that have been show to help you get the most gains from your workout. Follow this advice to make sure you don't waste any more time!

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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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