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Tips

Are You Exercising To Watch More TV?

Do you watch TV when you workout? Are you focused on the intensity of your workout and your form, or are you more intent on catching up on a tv program? A new study points to evidence that a shocking 77% of people who are using bikes at the gym are[…]

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HILIT in Newton MA

HILIT is now becoming a thing, and guess what? HILIT has been available in Newton for five years over at Cardio High. Ahem. HILIT stands for High Intensity Low Impact Training. While we can claim to be one of the first boutique gyms to offer HILIT, our form and philosophy[…]

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Are You Breathing Correctly? It Could Change Everything

Breathing. We have to do it, very often, and yet many of us are not very good at it. Breathing correctly, though, could mean huge benefits not just for your mind but body as well. There are multiple breathing apps available, trying to help you learn “breathwork,” much of it[…]

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Turn off the TV… at the Gym

When you hop on a bike at the gym, what are you most focused on? Is it how many miles you’re going to hit? Is it the calories you’re going to burn? Or is it what’s on the TV? A new study is out which points to evidence that a[…]

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Sorry, but Another Study Links Bacon to Cancer

The cost of delicious grows ever steeper as a new study connects foods like hot dogs, bacon and other processed food to an increased risk of breast cancer. A meta-study looked at the data from 16 previous studies. Now, all these studies were observational, and that certainly is less definitive,[…]

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Instead of Running Should You… Skip?

We’ll answer that question right away and say no, probably not, and for the same reason we don’t suggest a treadmill desk or riding around on a unicycle: we respect you too much. But there’s a study that almost might make us change our minds. Scientists recruited 30 subjects, men[…]

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Don’t Get Injured

Some Cardio High clients and a couple of our coaches are tracking improvements in fitness. Consistency is a key to making gains in strength, speed, balance and endurance. We are acutely aware that injury can be one of the primary obstacles to staying on track with fitness goals and at[…]

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