What to Do Before You Run

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What to Do Before You Run

If you’re a runner, one of the easiest ways to get hurt is to skip your warm-up. And no, a light jog doesn’t count. Rather, your warm-up should address your individual needs and fire up your neuromuscular system. Here is a quick and easy routine that will prep your body for a running workout, along with some tips for improving performance through nutrition and mental prep.

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7 Reasons to Bike to Work

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7 Reasons to Bike to Work

Over the past decade, the number of people biking to work has increased by 60%. More cities across America are embracing bike-friendly policies and programs, making it safer for people to integrate cycling into their modes of transportation. Biking to work can be tremendously beneficial, not only for your health, but also for the environment. Here are seven reasons why you might want to consider biking to work.

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Hill Running Workout

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Hill Running Workout

Incline workouts, when done properly and safely, can greatly benefit anyone looking to increase the intensity of their workouts. In fact, incorporating some form of hill running into your regular workout routine is one of the best ways to increase speed, strength and power. Whether you’re an elite athlete or looking to change up your exercise program, here’s a modifiable hill-running workout that almost anyone can do.

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Reap the Benefits of Rowing With 3 Fast and Efficient Workouts

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Reap the Benefits of Rowing With 3 Fast and Efficient Workouts

Rowing machines may not be the most popular machines in the gym, but maybe they should be. After all, rowing recruits many muscle groups and can provide a total-body, cardiovascular, muscle-building workout. Here is a brief primer on rowing technique, along with three fun and efficient rowing workouts to help you get started.

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