Gaining weight isn't bad and sometimes, it's a sign of good health
Are you new to running but finding yourself a few ounces or pounds heavier? Don’t worry. A recent study discovered that a new workout regime can mean there’s some mild inflammation in your body and some small tears in the fibres of your muscles
Are you running right? Here's how to exercise safe in the colder months
If you’re not one of these who is encouraged to run every day then don’t worry, it’s no surprise for running to lose its appeal at this time of year because of dark evenings, cold air and the knowledge that your family and friends are having fun inside. All of this can trigger a dislike for anything to do with running.
By going out for a 5-10-minute walk prior to your run, you can avoid a feeling of tightness in the muscles thanks to a dynamic stretch. When you have completed your run, it’s worthwhile performing stretching exercises to avoid potential injuries and allow your muscles to recover more effectively.
The ‘Modern Man’: Why Running Is Good For You And Your Lifestyle
A man’s role has changed in recent years: fact. Men used to be the breadwinner, now so many are what we call the ‘modern man’. They help with housework, share the breadwinning, and some even stay home so their wives or partners can go out to further their careers.
So today we are going to put a stop to the mysteries of heart rate training - percentage zones, max and min and give you the information you need to understand and incorporate heart rate training into your workout routine.