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Yet Another Benefit of Intense Exercise

When it comes to exercising, we often tell ourselves that the sweat will pay off in the long run. We know that we are heading to the gym so that in a few weeks or months, we can feel that we’ve made progress. But a new study points to evidence[…]

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Is Fear of Injury Keeping You Out of the Gym?

There are many reasons why we stop going to the gym or don’t push ourselves like we should, but a major one is because some of us are worried about getting hurt. And, of course, this is ironic because exercise can actually be one of the most efficient ways to[…]

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Yes, Running Really is That Good for You

We don’t usually open an article by quoting another article, but it’s hard to top this: The new study found that, compared to nonrunners, runners tended to live about three additional years, even if they run slowly or sporadically and smoke, drink or are overweight. No other form of exercise[…]

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A Good Sweat = a Good Workout?

Here at Cardio High we love to talk about getting a good sweat going. We often discuss how great it feels to finish a workout and be drenched from the intensity of what you just pulled off. But it is important to remind you that sweat doesn’t mean you got[…]

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How Intensity Erases the Doldrums of 9-to-5

We here at Cardio High are all about intensity without hurting yourself, so we don’t suggest any of you sign up for a Tough Mudder event unless it’s really want you want to do. But this article about the benefits of intense events is connected enough to what we’re all[…]

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Can You Vibrate Pounds Off?

We know, we know — you’ve seen the headlines that say vibrations are the new miracle cure for body fat. This article, for example, states that “twenty minutes a day on vibrating platform over the course of three months reduced fat in the abdomen and liver and increased levels of[…]

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Are You Good at Making Excuses to Skip a Workout?

If you don’t think you have time to exercise, please take at least have a minute to watch this video from a trainer who takes on the most common excuse to skip a workout. And, as he says himself, if time really is the issue then there is no better way to[…]

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