• Walking For Fitness

    Have you heard of sitting disease? It’s the new name for society’s sedentary lifestyle. It’s a shocking name and there’s a reason behind it. Being sedentary can kill you. Sitting all day at your desk, in your car and on your couch causes a number of diseases. It causes obesity, diabetes, heart disease and chronic pain. 
  • How Often Should You Run

    Whether you’re running for fitness or health the same question often pops up. How often should you run? The answer of course depends largely on your health, time constraints and goals. Here are a few considerations to make which will help you answer the question for yourself.
  • 7 Important Accessories Your Treadmill Should Have

    Treadmills come in all shapes, sizes and with an enormous variety of features and functions. There are so many options that it can be confusing. Here are the top treadmill accessories to consider.
  • Walking For Fitness: How Much is Enough?

    Our bodies are meant to move. They’re not meant to sit. When you move your body you release important hormones into your blood stream. These hormones optimize cellular function at the most basic level. They improve your metabolism. They control hunger. They also increase your energy and even boost your sex drive.
  • How Your Body Uses Energy As You Continue to Train

    When you first start working out, your body will go through a number of changes. These changes are designed to provide you with more energy and your ability to recruit that energy as and when you need it, is one of the biggest factors in determining how fit you are and how well you’re able to train. It’s also what controls the amount of fat you’re able to lose in any given amount of time!
  • The Best Diet and Supplement Regime to Combine With HIIT

    But while you’re probably feeling great, you should know that fat loss and muscle gain do not happen in the gym or on the track. Rather, they happen in the kitchen. If you really want to make the very most of HIIT, the you should combine it with the right diet.
  • Why Does Exercise Feels So Bad?

    A lot of people will try and tell you that exercise will feel really good. Normally these are people with something to sell but they can also include friends and colleagues who seem to have an unhealthy love of exercise and want to recommend it to everyone that they meet.
  • Top Exercises to Use With HIIT

    HIIT is high intensity interval training. By now, most of us will know what this term means and be familiar with how to go about using it. Simply put, it means that you are going to be alternating between periods of high intensity (normally at around 90-100% of your MHR) and periods of relatively low intensity and recovery (at around 70% of your MHR). 
  • How to Burn Fat Without Losing Muscle

    The reason that most bodybuilders will stay away from intensive cardio when they’re bulking is that it puts the body once again in a catabolic state. When you run using steady state cardio, your body will supply energy by turning to your blood sugar and your fat stores.
  • Benefits of Getting Regular Exercise using Home Gym Equipment

    Nearly everyone today has been educated on the benefits of getting regular exercise using your home gym equipment. Yet still, there is an average of sixty percent of American adults not getting enough exercise, while twenty-five percent of the population isn’t active at all.
  • What Happens When You Push it Hard

    HIIT: high intensity interval training. Sprinting at maximum heart rate for a short period of time and then switching to a slower form of exercise for a couple of minutes to recover before starting the whole cycle again.

  • Hate Cardio?

    A lot of us want to love running because we know it’s good for us. We want to be fitter, we want to lose weight and we want to spend more time outside. But when we try it, it’s just too unbearable to stick with.