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Your Gym Partners Affect Your Gym Performance

Your parents would always lecture you on the company you keep when you were a kid, and this new study shows they may have had a point. It turns our that the health and fitness of those around around you affects your own performance. Researchers took 24 people and had them[…]

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Heat and Humidity >> More Red Zone

I took my daughters to see The Miami Open, a pro tennis tournament with all the big names. Between outings of watching the pros, I found some time to go out and hit a few tennis balls with a local pro. I strapped on the Polar monitor to track the intensity[…]

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Are You Making These Mistakes On Your Run?

Greatist has released a list of things that you may be doing wrong which could be hindering your running success, and it is pretty extensive. 14 different mistakes are listed and we won’t dig through them all (feel free to yourself, of course). Instead we will point to five notes[…]

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Are You Losing Weight Running? If No, Here’s Why

Some people love running. They think that it tops every other form of exercise when it comes to feeling good about your body and yourself. And some people looking to lose weight would rather run than do anything. But sometimes those runs are barely affecting the scale. And if your[…]

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High Intensity… On Ice?

We support new and exciting ways to get a good workout, especially one that utilizes high-intensity moves, but this British approach, called Rebel Ice, leaves us feeling a little… cold. Yes, the entire session HIIT session takes place on an ice rink. And this is not just puttering around the[…]

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Influence Your Spouse to Exercise: Monkey See…

While we all know the trope of the wife or husband that seems to expertly tune out their significant other, there is a new study that shows when it comes to physical fitness, actions are far more persuasive than words. First off, this NY Times article notes a lot of[…]

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