There’s a natural symbiosis between fitness and personal development. Fitness is the development of the body, which is the vehicle you travel in every single day of your life on this planet. Not to mention the only model you will ever get (with current technology, at least).
A quality marathon training program will help optimize your efforts so that you can reach your full potential. The only thing better than managing to cross the finish line on race day? Doing so with a smile on your face and the knowledge that you finished faster than you ever expected!
We have put together a simple guide that can help you build a training plan that works for you!
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If you go to any grocery store today, you will likely see delicious sounding boxed and frozen vegan items, ranging from porkless bites, vegan mayonnaise, pizzas, coffee creamers, burritos, and everything in between. Having these things on occasion, of course, won’t put a dent in your health, but making it a habit can lead to nutrient deficiencies and overall poor health.
So, how can you be vegan and healthy at the same time?
The workout you can schedule and complete is more effective than the best ‘on paper’ plan that isn’t being implemented for whatever reason.
Let’s look at some of the considerations you need to think about when designing your workout plan.
Aerobic exercise lowers blood pressure and cholesterol, decreases stress and anxiety, depression, and offers dozens of other important benefits! With that in mind, here are 4 simple heart-healthy workouts that will boost your well-being without disrupting your busy schedule.
Plantar Fasciitis results from imbalances in the body, from a sudden change in activity that causes calf tightening or over stresses tissues, to a low back injury that affects someone’s gait pattern, to sudden weight gain that affects the distribution of pressure in the feet. The key to understanding this injury is identifying the change that occurred to cause it and then addressing that root cause.
Should I stretch before, or after my workouts, or both?
The simple answer is both, but there are some specific things you need to know, to ensure you are staying safe, reducing your risk of injury, and maximizing performance potential.
Nearly four out of every five Americans who are actively paying for a gym membership do not work out at all! This is just one of many statistics that we could site to convince you that the motivation, injury prevention, and long-term fitness planning that a personal trainer can offer are worth your time and money. Read on for a more detailed overview of how a fitness coach could benefit you.