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How Underground Russian Techniques From Old Soviet Training Journals Can Turn You Into An Endurance Beast. by bengreenfield Facebook Posted Sat 09 Feb 2013 10:06pm Extreme Isometrics. Maximum Overspeed Training. Arcwave Electrical Stimulation. These are just a few of the advanced endurance training techniques that Jay Schroeder reveals in today’s interview… Read on »
Kickboxing by Mara Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 2:52pm Tonight Dee and I are going to try out Kickboxing. The gym we go to does not offer this class but one of the other locations (about 30 mins away) does so we are both ready to try this great class. I have wanted to do this since I started on this journey so I am so excited! Listed below is a brief description of what the class is about: Ameri ... Read on »
Up and Ready! by Mara Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 2:52pm Last night I took the day off from the gym and I am so glad I did. I really needed the rest and am I now energized to get back to it tonight. I am going to go to the 5:00 Zumba class and then Saturday will be an off day and Sunday I am thinking about taking Michael's cardio box class - this class looks really scary and I am really not sure I can ... Read on »
The Evolution of Endurance Training - By Brad Kearns by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 9:23pm My former coach and one of the greatest endurance minds on the planet Mark Sisson and I have been talking recently about the healthiest fitness regimen to pursue for a lifetime. Having both ended our competitive careers long ago (Sisson is a former 2:16 marathoner and placed 4th in the 1982 Ironman), it’s clear that what we did in our primes i ... Read on »
Applying the Primal Blueprint Principles to Endurance Training by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 19 Mar 2010 2:07pm The following article is from MDA. Click on the title link to learn more about the Primal Blueprint and Mark's Daily Apple. By Brad Kearns It’s been a wonderful experience to work closely with Mark Sisson over the past two years on the Primal Blueprint book and the many ambitious projects we have announced for 2010. I look forward to me ... Read on »
Applying the Primal Blueprint Principles to Endurance Training by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 19 Mar 2010 9:15am This is a guest post written by Brad Kearns, my long-time friend and integral member of the Primal Blueprint team. He’ll be speaking at this year’s PrimalCon , instructing athletes and non-athletes alike on how to properly train for endurance events the Primal Blueprint way. Greetings MDA readers. It’s been a wonderful experience to work ... Read on »
Ask Tawnee: Should I combine strength training with endurance training? by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 12 Jan 2011 11:01am Q: Should I do primarily lower body training (ie. legs) before/after a swim workout? Editor's Note: Contributing writing and USA Triathlon Coach Tawnee Prazak answers some of your most important training questions. Ideally, you should do strength training as a completely separate workout from endurance, but if you have to ... Read on »
Interval Training and Endurance Training: What’s the Difference? by Fit Bottomed Girls Patient Expert Posted Fri 06 Jan 2012 2:00pm Hop on that bike for a little endurance training or interval training. They both rock! Credit: lululemon athletica This guest post on interval training and endurance training from the fitness experts at Life Fitness is a part of our second-annual New Year, New Rear Week to help you to be fitter, healthier and a touch (okay, a lot!) more ... Read on »
Endurance Training Tips for People with Busy Schedules by Kodjoworkout Posted Thu 30 Aug 2012 8:30am The number one excuse for people’s lack of exercise is time. Time to go to the gym and work out, time to go out for a run, swim, play football or even lift weights. Those that do maintain a healthy exercise regime don’t necessarily have more free time, or a less busy schedul ... Read on »
Endurance training and Strength ... by Brett Jones Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:01am Endurance training and Strength training... Weights are for Strength training. They are not an endurance tool. If you want endurance and increased efficiency in O2 uptake and aerobic markers - Run, Cycle, Jump Rope, Swing KBs, Snatch KBs, Clean and Jerk KBs, Jerk KBs etc... Strength helps endurance - Endurance will not help strength ... Read on »