Exercising But Not Losing any Weight? Here's a possible reason why.
Are you serious about doing your first full marathon or just a weekend warrior like myself, knowing some tips on how to run faster might be well worth the time. Running faster is not simply the matter of running faster, it takes some combination of planning and training.
If you are currently a smoker and is also doing physical workouts like running, swimming or biking, at one point you'll actually feel that smoking is really holding your performance down, aiming for that full-marathon? Then start by quitting the habit. Here's some tips you can use.
I've been looking through some of my old magazines and came across this biking tip from the Men's Health August 2009 issue about the Anatomy of the Perfect Pedal Stroke, archiving it here for reference.
Here's one of the best video that I have seen that shows and explains the proper running form from head to toe.
When you get into an injury doing fitness activities like running, biking, climbing, or going to the gym, you normally hear people saying to apply hot or cold compress over the injury, but when do you use hot or cold?
What do you do when you're aiming to run another 5K or 10K, but felt tempted to walk or just simply cut your run short in the middle of it?
Have you ever felt like a set of your muscles or even your entire body felt sore after you engaged on your first workout? Right after a jog, bike, or lifting weights, after which you swear off doing the fitness activity again.