Why Did Cardio High Select Manual Gear?

Why did we pick the gear we use at Cardio High? Dr S states: Because “Unicorns are not for page 27. They are for eternity.” -Jasper Fforde  In other words, movement and exercise isn’t a phase, ideally it’s a lifelong endeavor. Cardio High works to embody that belief in many[…]

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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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Exercise Snack: Back and Leg Stretches

During the COVID era, many of us are sitting too much working at home or binge-watching TV shows. There’s a dearth of annoying co-workers popping their heads into our offices to get us up to walk to a meeting or out to lunch. We want our clients to make sure[…]

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Should You Gamify Your Workout?

Working out can be fun, but it’s not a guarantee. So a new study was conducted to find out if turning exercise into a game would improve performance and results. And the answer seems to be yes, if the game is fun. The researchers designed a social game called MapTrek.[…]

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New Study: Coffee May Help You Live Longer

Almost half a million Brits, mostly older, helped inform a study that says the more coffee you drink the healthier you’ll be. In fact, if you drink eight or more cups, according to the study, you have a 14% lower risk of dying, especially from cancer or cardiovascular issues. But,[…]

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The NY Times Says to Just Try High-Intensity Already

Listen, pretty much the whole point of this blog is to get you to try high intensity exercise. And if we haven’t convinced you yet, then maybe this NY Times article can finally do it. We won’t regurgitate too much of it, since we say it all the time, but[…]

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Body Positivity With a Side of Health Sensitivity

Fewer people are trying to lose weight than in the past. According to some studies, a significant portion of both men and women who are overweight or obese consider their weight to be healthy. People are shifting up the number of pounds that they think are acceptable for good health.[…]

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How to Reverse the Impact of Too Much Sitting

There has been much written about how the health problems that come from sitting cannot be reversed. Some health researchers cite studies that show excessive sitting can have similar effects as smoking. But new research shows it may be possible to reverse the impact of excessive couch/chair warming… but it’s[…]

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Can You Lose Just the Belly Fat?

Targeted weight loss is the white whale for many people. While people may want to lose 10 pounds, they are usually hoping that all 10 drop from just their stomach or their thighs. So companies (think late night infomercial) promise people that diets or certain exercises will get rid of[…]

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Try the Olympic Sport of Racewalking

Yes, racewalking is actually an Olympic sport. Yes, it is pretty hard. And yes, it can be extremely intense. It is also becoming a more popular lunchtime past-time for people who want to get some quick intensity without having to run around their office building. Check out the video and[…]

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