Joint pain is an issue for millions of people, with 10 million Americans experiencing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and 1 percent of the world suffering from Rheumatoid Arthritis. That’s not all — low back pain was found to affect 1 in 10 people around the world. Continue reading 5 Low-Impact Exercises That Deliver Big Results
While dropping temperatures and falling snow force many well-intentioned exercisers inside during winter, a few adjustments to your walking routine can make it viable year-round. Continue reading How to Winterize Your Walk Program
It’s not always easy to find time to run during daylight hours. In the winter months when the sun rises late and sets early, nine-to-fivers often discover it’s next to impossible. Whether you’re an early bird or a night owl, logging km in the dark is a reality for many runners. Continue reading 8 Tips for Running Safely in the Dark
Many of us are fair-weather cyclists, and for good reason. When it’s wet, riding gets messy. Though even when bad weather strikes, you can still get on the bike with just a few modifications. Continue reading 8 Tricks to Stay Safe on Your Bike in the Rain
It’s the crack of dawn, and the alarm goes off. Time to get in that run (or yoga class or weight session) before the day begins. Only problem? You’re really freaking tired. Which poses the question: On super sleepy mornings, is it better to crawl out of bed and get to the gym, or head back to dreamland? Continue reading Which Is More Important: Sleep or Exercise?
Exercise is a key contributor to health and happiness: Beyond triggering that runner’s high, it’s associated with a higher quality of life, improved health, and a better mood. But even if your day is “crazy busy,” there are still ways to get sneak some cardio into your routine. Continue reading 12 Unexpected Ways to Fit Cardio Into Your Routine
So many runners hit a plateau fairly early on in training — we get stuck around the 6- or 8 km mark for our longer runs and just never seem to get into volume. Sure, we can finish a 10K if we have to, but our normal runs seem to fall in that 30- to 40-minute range. Continue reading 6 Tips on How to Run Long (When You’ve Never Run Long)
Running can be hard on the body, especially when you’re on your feet for more than an hour. In fact, research has shown that too much high-intensity exercise can actually do more harm than good. Continue reading 5 Recovery Tips For After a Long Run