Pedometers provide objective measurement of physical activity and are one potential remedy to the problem of inaccurate activity recall. They can also be fun! Find out how pedometers work, how they can they improve your running performance and more importantly, how they can improve your overall health.
It is difficult to stay fit when you sit all day. It is not just your fitness that is on the line. All that sitting is slowly hurting your overall health. Lack of physical activity is linked to various health problems such as back pains, headaches and many more. Unfortunately, desk jobs are becoming more common in our modern life and we need them to satisfy our basic necessities. So, how can you balance your desk job with your health and fitness? It takes some work, but it is doable. Try these tips.
If you have never attempted intuitive running, you may think that when left to your own devices, you would never make it over a couple of miles and you would definitely never push yourself to run fast. However, you would be astonished at what the body craves. Intuitive running is not about slacking off; it is about listening to the signals your body is emitting so you know when to ease off the gas pedal and when to run intensely—but both can occur in an intuitive runner’s training. This article attempts to unearth all the reason you should give intuitive running a shot the next time you lace up.
It is time you considered how physical fitness can benefit not only your own health and well-being, but also your romantic relationship. Why not grab your partner’s hand and invite him or her to be your workout partner as well? Read on to discover five reasons why you should live the sweat life with your significant other.
Sometimes, we get caught up with so much work that we forgot to look after ourselves. Before we know it, we have fallen off the fitness train and are struggling to get back on it. Fret not, this story shares two ways we can fall in love with fitness again so that we can live happily and healthily every day.
It is fascinating to observe the training schedules of elite runners, but following them is not a one-way ticket to your next PB.