Mountain climbers are just as much of a core exercise as a cardio one—giving you the most bang for your buck when you want to boost the intensity of your workouts a bit. That’s important whether or you’re
I've never been slow, but I don't think anyone would call me a sprinter. In soccer, I played midfield, a solid endurance position. In field hockey, I moved back to defense. In softball, I was light enough
You don’t have to understand much about exercise science or nutrition to grasp the concept that calories = energy. You consume calories so your body has fuel to burn and therefore convert into energy.
I didn’t plan for the run to suck. But it did. I was low on motivation. The winter in Oregon can have that effect on people. It basically drizzles for seven months straight. It’s not rain. It’s more like
Heading out for two runs in a single day—logging “two-a-days”—is standard practice among elites. But most of us wouldn’t dream of running twice a day—either we don’t have enough time or there’s too much
Although magnesium is in many foods, research suggests that about half of Americans don’t consume enough of it in their diet. In other words, you may be unknowingly magnesium deficient, and that can be
We all want to know how to run faster. Everyone envisions a PR, whether that’s faster times on the track or crushing your next marathon. In our minds, we see ourselves channeling our inner Shalane Flanagan
From F45 to Orangetheory, more and more clubs are utilising heart rate training to help you to get the most out of your workout. 'Using a heart rate monitor to track your workouts is a useful way to help