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Fitness and health information
  • Plenty of people assume that you should lift weights to gain muscle mass rather than lose that extra flab and get leaner; it’s not like bodybuilders are exactly light on their feet.

  • While lockdown restrictions might be easing, many places across the country remain in a state of quarantine. Even if you live somewhere where you’re able to go to the gym, you may not feel comfortable returning if your state has seen a recent jump in COVID-19 cases. Whether you’re looking to take advantage of time freed up by the lack of a commute or trying to find a way to stay fit while not returning to the gym, here are the top 5 tips for staying fit during lockdown.

  • Fitness experts say that for good health you should walk at least 10,000 steps each day. I registered more than 8,000 today at the Chicago Auto Show and that seemed like a lot. Will 10,000 really help me though?

  • While many people imagine bronzed God-like creatures oiled up and getting themselves in all different sorts of odd postures, there's more to being a bodybuilder. It's a way of life and indeed a lifestyle that while it might look silly to outsiders is taken seriously by those looking to achieve what they feel is the ideal masculine physique. If you are looking to get started as a bodybuilder, here are some tips to start off strong...

  • What you do before your workout is just as important as what you do during and after your workout. If you want it to be effective and get the best results, then make sure that you do the following things before getting going:

  • Long-distance running requires a ton of stamina, mental strength, and hard work. When continuously running for more than 3 kilometers (1.8 miles), it’s vital that runners are equipped with the right gear. Generally, you don’t need a lot of things to run especially if you do it leisurely. But the right gear can be the difference between having the best run in one’s career to potentially injuring his or herself. 

  • When it comes to the summer season, even the most motivated guys can find it difficult to find the motivation to spend time on the treadmill. However, if you choose to forego your exercise regime in the summer, you risk losing your condition come the autumn. Instead, you need to tweak your current exercise plan to ensure that you don't get tempted to stay away from the gym altogether. The gym is one way to exercise, but there are so many more exercises that don’t use the dumbbells and utilize the outdoors instead. Take a look at this essential guide to keeping fit in the summer.

  • When the sun is shining, you don’t want to be working out indoors. If anything, it makes hitting the gym harder than ever because you want to lounge in the sun. The trick is to sync the two so that you’re still exercising as hard as ever, but you’re doing it in an outdoor environment.

  • None of us exercise without wanting to get anything out of it. Whether you are looking for ways to improve your health and fitness and take care of your body, you want to improve your stamina, you are looking to gain muscle mass, or you want to lose some weight, you’ll have a goal in mind. Even if you are only exercising to take care of your long-term health and maintain a healthy weight, you’d be disappointed if you were spending hours a week in the gym without getting stronger, fitter or finding that you can walk up that hill without being out of breath. 

  • As fuel prices continue to rise following a series of global economic events, there really is no better time to take up cycling than now. Not only is it eco-friendly in a way, it is also a surefire method to keeping fit for less.

  • We all know that potassium is important for keeping your body healthy, especially while working out. You’ve probably even heard the advice to go eat a banana to get more potassium but do you really understand why this critical electrolyte is really important? Let’s take a look at how potassium can help your body with fitness and workout performance.

  • We all appreciate the need for keeping our bodies in good health. In truth, the majority of us actively enjoy working out too. Or at the very least, we enjoy the post-workout satisfaction. Unfortunately, finding the time, money, and effort to hit the gym isn’t always easy. Thankfully, there are a number of alternative solutions out there.

  • Whether it’s summer or winter, training is probably still a huge part of your routine; the only thing that changes is what you train in! It’s finally time to put away those oversized, warm hoodies and start looking for some summer training gear to make sure you’re comfortable.

  • Everyone knows that exercise is important. Your health depends on you exercising on a regular basis. Unfortunately, if you lead a busy lifestyle, squeezing in 30 minutes of exercise isn’t always easy. The good news is, there are plenty of tools to help you get the exercise you need and keep you motivated enough to exercise on a regular basis.

  • With the weather turning cold, I know that many of you are looking at your basement or garage and thinking how nice it would be to build a home gym - rather than trudge through the cold for your daily fitness routine. Let's take a look at how you can do things right!

  • To the uninitiated race fan, it might seem like a top NASCAR driver like Matt Kenseth is simply doing what we all do every day - just a whole lot faster. While it's true that he's driving a car, there's a lot of training and physical fitness involved that makes him and his crew able to do the amazing feats you see them do on race day. For instance, in some turns a driver will experience 3 G's of force - making a 160 pound driver weigh 480 pounds in a turn. On top of this, the in-car temperatures can reach 120 degrees and yet they still need to be alert and able to response with lightning quick reflexes as they race around the track at up to 200 mph. 

  • The key to exercise is persistence. Once you decide that you’ll start working out you have to apply yourself and not give up when things get a bit difficult. In order to get the most out of every workout, you should be prepared beforehand. This means having an exercise routine that covers the entire body and gives you enough time to recover and recuperate each week. Also, make sure your gym bag is always packed with anything that you might need while you’re there, so you can focus solely on the exercise.

  • Everyone knows the importance of physical fitness and its benefits with living longer, lifting more, and generally feeling better - but what about mental fitness? Your potential mental abilities require similar attention and with a bit of effort, you can accomplish great results. 

  • Sometimes it's easy to forget your workout regimen when you are traveling, but this is when it is even more important. In fact, staying healthy and eating right while on the road can actually help you sleep better and get rid of jetlag faster too. Don't worry though, just because you aren't at home with your gym handy, there are some easy things you can do to maintain your program.

  • Sure, the weather is great outside right now, but that doesn't mean that now isn't the time to start planning for the winter snow that is just around the corner. Bummer, yeah I know!

    Winter is a period when time slows down and laziness sets in. It can be easy to blame your laziness on the weather and kick back and stay indoors but your body is not going to be easy on you just because it’s cold outside. We often sit through the season and find ourselves completely out of shape at the end of winter. Well, it doesn’t have to be that way. Winter can be a great opportunity to engage in an activity that you usually won’t be able to indulge in.

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