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Yes, swimming powerhouse Michael Phelps, purple-spotted from cupping therapy, and your slovenly relative with a beer gut both share a bond -- a weakness in succumbing to the allure of voodoo medicine.
As thousands of young people across the country prepare to head off to college, here are a few findings from the Chegg study -- which surveyed 473 students from a mix of public and private colleges -- that I found most illuminating.
So let's back up for a second and talk about what the heck happened in the span of a year that took me from miserable to pretty darn happy, and how anyone can have the same breakthrough.
We all know that living under stressful conditions has serious emotional, even physical, consequences. So why do we have so much trouble taking action to reduce our stress levels and improve our lives?
To fire up your muscles in all the right places, here is Boyle's breakdown of the squat, from the ground up.
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As a fitness instructor, I am concerned by how our jobs are portrayed on social media. Over-produced workout tutorials, super-polished before and after photos, and ever-present ads for expensive active wear have added a bunch of unnecessary glamor to working out.
Congratulations on your decision to become a runner! There is no cheaper, no purer, and no more accessible form of exercise than this. Plus, it's free. So let's get you started.
Lack of time is a common reason for not exercising. But logging too many hours at the office or having too many balls in the air doesn't excuse you from taking care of yourself. (Though I guess juggling could count as exercise, right?) If you're starved for time try these simple tips to help shape-up:
To ease your anxieties, calm your nerves, diminish any doubt, and get you pumped, consider the following tips and what to expect. They are based on my eleven years of ultrarunning and finishing 13 ultras, including seven 50-mile ultras.
There you have it. Everyone may be different -- but hopefully you now have a better understanding on how to handle two of the more challenging muscles over all.
Maybe you'll say these are excuses. I prefer to call them beliefs. Because excuses can easily become more ingrained beliefs, and a belief can keep you stuck forever.
Lucky for us, the Daily Burn 365 trainer and walking gun show (lovingly referred to as "Armageddon") is spilling a few of her best-kept strength secrets. Scroll down to also snag the 15-minute arm workout she swears by -- no equipment necessary.
The future of nutrition is... not what you expect. Sure, we've got epigenetics, and personalised nutrition and that's great and all. But, you know that old saying; breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, dinner like a pauper? Well, now we have the science to back that sh*t up. It's called chrononutrition: call your gran, she was right the whole time.
A time when running feels more like work than play, and you start to wonder if you need it anymore. After all, if it's not fun, there are plenty of other things to do instead. Fun is the key to running longevity. Here are five ways to rekindle your running passion and find love on the run.
We know what you're thinking -- you've already shown up to do a Monday workout. But here are six reasons you shouldn't dismiss that Friday sweat sesh. Trust us, you'll want to load up on those cardio-induced endorphins before the weekend.
There are so many different excuses, and everyone is different, but there are a few predominant lines that I get told when people tell me they have a hard time losing weight.
Whatever your reason is, the key is to make the right selections so that the equipment fits your space in the best way, supports your interests, and offers you a safe experience.
Grab a partner and scroll down for Training Mate's 30-minute HIIT workout--we guarantee it'll be way more entertaining than your usual jog-and-gossip sesh.
10 tips for running your first ultramarathon:
Here are a few of the most frequent injuries I see as a physical therapist, and how to prevent them: