There are so many different methods for getting your sweat on today. Whether your choice of exercise involves a long, meditation session alone, or a sweaty, intense workout with a huge crowd of people, there are options in every city for every type of athlete.
If you experience back problems, treating your pain with painkillers will only address the symptoms without helping you with the underlying problems. Stretching exercises for your feet can help to strengthen the muscles and tendons in your feet and legs so that you can have better support for your back. By doing these exercises twice every day, you can enjoy less back pain.
Total resistance exercise, also known as TRX or suspension weight training, is a workout that involves suspending your body from a strap suspension system and using your own weight combined with gravity as resistance. This revolutionary form of exercise was invented by Navy SEAL Commander Randy Hetrick in 1997 and has since blown up into a huge trend that can be found in gyms and homes around the world.
High intensity interval training (HIIT) isn’t a new concept in the fitness world, but it’s one that’s seen a surge in popularity in the last few years due to a number of recent scientific studies that have demonstrated its effectiveness for weight loss and overall health.
Today, we’ll be going over a few hard and fast running rules that should help ease you into this incredibly healthy hobby. We’re going to explore the benefits of running, a list of recommended gear, tips and tricks on how you can get the most out of every mile, and more.
If you are interested in improving your conditioning for marathon running, cycling, athletics, or even just everyday life, you might want to look into taking a barre classes. But what are barre classes?
Running a marathon is something that sits on a lot of people’s bucket list and can be a challenge for anyone who embarks on the mission. However, the accomplishment is well worth the effort and those who do jump on the marathon bandwagon find themselves running in these events repeatedly once they’ve completed their first.
Cardio is great as a standalone exercise, or as a way to warm up your body for the tougher exercise that’s still to come, but it has its own benefits that shouldn’t be overlooked. Here are a few ways for you to improve your cardio routine, so you know you’re getting the best out of your workout.
Today on Healthversed, we’re going to lay a foundation for you before you start weightlifting. By the end of this article, you’ll know the difference between free weights and barbells, you’ll know how to set goals for yourself, you’ll know what not to do at the gym and a lot more. So, fix yourself a pre-workout drink, strap on your gym shoes, and let’s get lifting!
A well-rounded gym routine ensures that you’ll always have enough energy for your workout, and that you finish strong without having to deal with aching muscles the next day. Here are a few tips to help speed up your post-workout recovery.
The world of health and wellness is very crowded. New diet trends, “revolutionary” workout routines, diet supplements … you can get lost in the ever shifting, ever changing world that is your health. Our word of advice? Filter out the static and stick to the tried and true classics. Case in point: swimming.
What kind of job do you have? Most of you will likely be sitting at a desk, where your fingers are the only things burning calories as they plow through an infinite list of emails. And if that is you, pay attention.
Your cell phone is more than just a lean, mean, selfie taking machine. It’s a multi-tool that can supply you with a seemingly endless number of life-enhancing, change inducing apps. We aren’t talking about Candy Crush or Clash of Clans here. We’re talking about practical companions!
A lot of these trends have recently been debunked as ineffective at best, while some have been proven to actually be harmful. Here is a list of health trends that aren’t actually as healthy as you think.
Have you ever caught yourself dreaming of “You 2.0”? Don’t worry, longing for improvement is natural and healthy when practiced in moderation. It’s the soil in which the seeds of change are planted.