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A Lazy Person’s Guide to Fitness

November 28, 2016 5:53 AM0 comments
A Lazy Person’s Guide to Fitness

Photo by bogitw, CC0 1.0 Waking up on the weekends is hard to do. The journey to survive and make it to this point should be rewarded. You should be able to sleep in, eat unhealthy, and put your laziness on cruise control. Some us are going to that, while […]

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Why fitness regimes don’t have to be expensive

November 21, 2016 7:27 AM0 comments

    If you want to improve your health and wellbeing – ensuring that you’re less likely to have to take time off work, and improving your chance for a longer, happier life – then regular exercise could be the answer. The benefits of physical activity are impossible to ignore, […]

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HIIT Gives You More Benefits For Less Time

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HIIT Gives You More Benefits For Less Time

http://cdn-maf0.heartyhosting.com/sites/muscleandfitness.com/files/media/hiit-cardio_2.jpg   A lot of us ask the same gruelling question about exercise: How little can I get away with? According to numerous studies done onhigh-intensity interval training (HIIT), the answer is really very little. In fact, 60 seconds of arduous HIIT will have you strenuously exerting, breathing hard, sweating […]

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Bert Martinez catches up with pro fitness competitor Ashley Horner

August 17, 2016 8:14 PM0 comments

Bert Martinez catches up with pro fitness competitor Ashley Horner. Ashley Horner is dedicated to her children and living a fit life. She is a mother of three, cross-over athlete, pro fitness competitor, ultra-runner, and triathlete. She and her team are monthly contributors for Train for Her fitness magazine, writing […]

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5 Steps to a Better Treadmill Workout

January 23, 2015 10:12 AM0 comments
5 Steps to a Better Treadmill Workout

It is only with extreme reluctance that outdoor runners move their workouts inside the gym during unbearable winter temperatures. After feeling the freedom of the open outdoors, the enclosed space and humid air of indoor exercise inspires little other than claustrophobia and despair. There are many reasons track and trail […]

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