Tips

Tips

How Can You Choose Resolutions That Actually Work?

OK. It’s early January, and some people follow the tradition of making a January 1 resolution for the year. When it comes to fitness most people fail to keep their resolutions. Gym memberships spike, but by just the third week of January gym visits fall. By around August almost everyone[…]

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Thinking About Getting a Treadmill?

Cardio High clients know that we are biased when it comes to treadmills. We like the manual treadmills in the shape of a curve, and our preferred brand is Woodway. But the Woodway Curve is an expensive treadmill that costs around $7,000+ when you factor in shipping. We prefer the[…]

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Fight the COVID Blues with Exercise

For many of us, the COVID-19 pandemic remains a daily reminder that our lives are not back to normal. And now that it’s been months of social distancing and other struggles in life, you would be forgiven for feeling some extra doses of stress. But a new study points to[…]

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During COVID, Less Sofa and More Stretching…

COVID-19 has created havoc on nearly every facet our lives. Not least of all is our physical health, even if we’ve been lucky enough to avoid the virus. This NY Times article lays out just how bad our at-home regimens may be, especially if we’re trying to emulate something similar[…]

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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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