Whether you’re a seasoned runner or someone who’s just starting out, you’ve likely experienced (or at least heard about) the elusive runner’s high.
LISS training stands for Low-Intensity Steady State cardio and refers to exactly that: any form of cardio exercise where you maintain the same low-intensity pace for a duration of time.
Walking is one of the simplest ways to fight off chronic diseases that can wreak havoc on your body and brain. Here are 6 reasons why you should go for a walk right now:
Your are designed to move. To walk frequently pivot, turn, lunge in multiple directions, to push, pull, hoist, stand, sit and get back up again. With regular movement, your joints stay lubricated and injury free, tendons stay robust and all the components of your skeletal and muscular system move fluidl
If you’re into living a healthy lifestyle, chances are you’ve probably heard some buzz about interval training. Does it warrant the hype? I’d say absolutely yes – and the time to start is now! Though the technique has been around for years, ‘til recently it was primarily used by elite athletes to help them increase fitness, while at the same time reduce overtraining and injury. As the practice has evolved, exercise physiologists have come to the conclusion that one doesn’t have to be a competitive athlete to reap the benefits of interval training – just about anyone can – which is great news for those of us who are short on time.