A New Perspective on Dieting and Exercise
Celebrity bodies, fad diets, intense training programs-these pervade our culture, and combine to give us a skewed idea of how to take care of our bodies. Weight and physical health are individual matters. Because of this, any diet, weight loss, or exercise program should be tailored to each person, and should be balanced with the other circumstances of his or her life. Popular diet and exercise programs (think of the Atkins diet, the South Beach diet, and other big-name solutions) usually apply drastic strategies and try to sell them to the most possible people. Well, these strategies just can’t work for everyoneWhy, Why, Why – Run!
There is always a deeper meaning to everything. You want to reach a running goal, or any goal for that matter? You will not reach that goal unless you find the deeper meaning.Do You Have Scuffmarks on Your Runs?
Are you dreams something that just dissipates when you wake up, or are they more real than that? Are they truly goals? Will you achieve them?Is Sweat Really a Benefit of Running?
Everyone says that there are benefits to running. We all know that one of the benefits is we are more healthy, but the benefits go deeper than that. Do you know what else you get from running?Beginner Triathlon Tips
New to triathlons but still have some unanswered questions lingering in your mind? Allow me to answer your burning first-time triathlon questions and (hopefully) bring you a little peace of mind in the process.Build Your First Gym and Simplify Your Fitness
Simplify your fitness to fit your life. Being a full time career person doesn’t mean you can’t be a part time athlete. But you need to maximise your time investment. I’ve written about minimalist fitness options previously on my site but below are some equipment minimums for you to start to build up your own home gym so you can work out whenever you can to fit in with your schedule.Dealing With Injury: The Gym May Be a Gem
Focus on what you CAN do while in your rehabilitation phase. Weight training can be effective for targeting specific muscles to bring blood flow to an injured area to prevent stiffness and promote healing. An intuitive approach may be the #1 way to prevent injury. Strength training with dumbbells at home is easy and affordable but the gym provides multiple options for working out around your injured area.The 4 Building Blocks of Exercise for the Older Adult
Learn the 4 building blocks of exercise for the older adult to maintain their independence and reduce the risk of falls. A combination of different types of exercise can eliminate boring and monotonous routines.Jump On It!
Here’s an interesting word for you, “plyometrics.” Yes, it is a rather strange word and it’s strange because it is a coined word. Like a brand name, it wasn’t developed over years of use, it was invented on the spot by a man named Fred Wilt. He was watching some Soviet athletes doing odd jumping exercises.6 Tips to Ease Into a Running Schedule – Best Health and Fitness Tips to Stay Healthy
Tip 1. Setting manageable and achievable goals from the start. When easing into a running schedule every beginner should always set his own goals based around the lifestyle and fitness he wants to achieve.The Best GPS Running Watches and How to Choose the Best Watch for You
There are many difference types of running watches on the market. Finding the right watch can sometimes be a daunting task. These article will help you find the best running watches on the market and know what is right for you.Moving and Grooving: 4 Unique Ways to a Healthy Life
While you may feel exercise isn’t for you, there’s a way for every single person to move their body. You just have to find the way that works for you. Read on for 4 ways to move that body.