For those who’ve been on the Intermittent Fasting bandwagon and are trying figure out how to incorporate your workouts during your fasting state in order to better maximize its benefits in terms of weight-loss, then read further on.
One of the most common misconceptions about running is that if you always run as fast as you can for as long as you can, you’d achieve all the benefits of running.
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Yet despite it being such a common thing, solo runners still often experience the feeling of being in a vulnerable situation whenever they go out and train – and this applies to both night and early morning joggers!
The only solution there is, is to make a conscious effort for recovery if you still want to do things with the right state of mind and proper energy.
The human body is 60% water. Losing a mere 1.5% to 2% of that amount and dehydration can already kick in. According to a study, dehydration causes moods, energy levels, athletic performance and brain functions to slow down.
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Indeed, there's a lot of spots across Manila to have a nice run aside from the good ol' UP Diliman and BGC!
We are here to share with you both pros and cons of running in the rain, so that for those who are considering trying it out—and especially since it’s been raining non-stop in the Metro for days, now—you are fully aware of both risks and payoffs of doing so.
Dead hours are times when most people are asleep and there are little to no people on the street. It can range from 11PM to 4AM.
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Rainy season is here again. It’s a relief that we’re finally going to take a break from the summer heat, but the rain can be pretty bothersome too.
The importance of recovery is very crucial for runners, especially after a long race. When you push your body to run for hours, you’re not only battling pain and fatigue during races or training; you’re also causing micro-tears in your muscles. Hence, downtime is always very important to repair your muscles and help your body recover.