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"Endurance" by Chris Keith Posted Mon 23 Nov 2009 10:03pm the ability or strength to continue or last, despite fatigue, stress, or other adverse conditions Endurance comes in a variety of forms – sustained physical determination, mental fortitude, emotional strength. While “stamina” refers more to the ability to last through a powerful physical stress, “endurance” is the kind of resilience necessar ... Read on »
"Endurance" by Chris Keith Posted Mon 23 Nov 2009 10:03pm the ability or strength to continue or last, despite fatigue, stress, or other adverse conditions Endurance comes in a variety of forms – sustained physical determination, mental fortitude, emotional strength. While “stamina” refers more to the ability to last through a powerful physical stress, “endurance” is the kind of resilience necessary ... Read on »
Five Resistance Training Myths in the Running World by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 26 Mar 2008 11:49am To some, resistance training is the Rodney Dangerfield of the running community; it gets no respect. To others, it’s like Tom Cruise; runners think it might be useful, but it just doesn’t make any sense to them. And then, there are those to whom resistance training is like Abraham Lincoln; it’s freed them from being slaves to ineffective programmin ... Read on »
Five Resistance Training Myths in the Running World by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:30pm 1 Comment To some, resistance training is the Rodney Dangerfield of the running community; it gets no respect. To others, it’s like Tom Cruise; runners think it might be useful, but it just doesn’t make any sense to them. And then, there are those to whom resistance training is like Abraham Lincoln; it’s freed them from being slaves to ineffective pro ... Read on »
Women’s Weight Loss: A Beginners Guide – Part 4 by Marci L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 29 Jul 2009 11:19pm Where To Start? Improving your body means improving your body’s ability to move and function without any problems. It’s a pretty difficult thing to do at first, but trust me it does get easier if your consistent and you work at an intensity that will give you results. Most likely, exercise is probably something you hate – and that’s totall ... Read on »
Benefits of Weight Training Exercises by Bill .. Posted Mon 12 Sep 2011 6:54am Benefits of Weight Training Exercises While fitness experts recognize the importance of cardio workouts, the consensus in physical fitness these days is to include strength training for overall fitness. Cardio workouts increase the oxygen levels in the body and helps burn fat. Howeve ... Read on »
What is HIRT (High Intensity Resistance Training) and How Should You Use It? by Project Swole Patient Expert Posted Fri 11 Dec 2009 12:00am December 11th, 2009 Posted in , Originally written: November 20, 2009 Updated: December 11, 2009 Click Here to Browse the Table of Contents for This Post High Intensity Resistance Training (HIRT) is essentially resistance training for fat loss, and like HIIT, it really is a big de ... Read on »
Strength Training Questions Answered by Tawnee Prazak Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 08 Jan 2011 10:15am First off, thanks for all the nice comments/messages regarding my last post. My dad is a rockstar -- by Friday night he already had several job offers/opportunities! They love him! Anyways, onto a long-overdo blog post that goes back to an old post and the questions associated.... Time to give some answers to Patrick , Ryan , Chloe , Aimee ... Read on »
8 Ways to Break a Weight Training Plateau | Weight & Resistance Training Tips by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 4:40pm 2 Comments Hit a Plateau with Your Weight Training or Resistance Exercise Routine? Use These Proven Techniques to Jump-Start Your Training and Get Back On Track. Training plateaus are inevitable. Anyone who has been exercising or weight-lifting for an extended period of time will eventually hit one. It’s never an issue of will I plateau, but when.  ... Read on »
Concurrent endurance & strength training: Why the order matters by Tawnee Prazak Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 24 Nov 2010 6:36pm I started a really good post on running stuff, but then I got a great question from a guy who read an article of mine in Triathlete Magazine about the benefits of strength training; essentially he wanted to know if it's a bad idea that he strength trains right after teaching a 45-minute spin class. Plus, I had a great comment on a recent blog reg ... Read on »