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Monthly Archives: September 2013

 
  • Staying motivated during your fitness plan

    It's a great accomplishment to create a fitness plan for yourself and stick with it. Fitting in regular exercise can be challenge with busy schedules nowadays and it's commendable to do so.

    You've purchased the home gym equipment and put in your time riding your home exercise bike like a True ES9.0 Home Upright Bike, or running on your home treadmill like a True PS300 Home Treadmill, but sometimes it can be a challenge to stay motivated. Even with the best of intentions, some workouts are easier to get through that others, and everyone experiences highs and lows on their fitness journey. Continue reading

  • Participating in fall activities helps burn extra calories

    Fall is a favorite time of year for many people. The weather becomes chillier, and you can bundle up under cozy sweaters. You can sip and nibble all things pumpkin and apple flavored, leaves begin to change colors and you can officially cheer for your favorite football team.

    Throughout the year, it's crucial to stay committed to your fitness goals. It's important to fit in those regular runs on the home treadmill, like a True PS100 Home Treadmill, or bike rides on a stationary bike, like the True ES700 Home Recumbent Bike. Continue reading

  • Finding the right cardio workout to ease knee pain

    Knee pain is a common issue for many people. Whether it's the result of an injury sustained playing sports or in an accident due to overuse and overtraining, knee pain must be treated. Ignoring signs can create more problems, and could lead to the need for intensive interventions down the road, such as surgery.

    Whether an old injury flares up sometimes or you suddenly find yourself with less leg mobility, it's important to take the necessary steps to ease knee pain and stay active. Continue reading

  • How do you become a runner?

    Running is a great option for cardio workouts. It can be done with cardio fitness equipment like a home treadmill or in the great outdoors. Running anywhere and it's helpful for overall body, mind and heart health.

    Maybe you've heard friends, coworkers or family discuss their love of running, seen people gathering in your city for a race or maybe you just want to try something new for your fitness plan. No matter your reasoning, becoming a runner can be a fun and exciting new adventure as long as you follow some simple steps to train properly and avoid injuries. Continue reading

  • Getting a better night's sleep is important for overall health

    We all lead such hectic lives nowadays with busy work schedules, overbooked social calendars and other important parts of the day that require attention. It's no wonder that when your head hits the pillow at night, easily slipping into a restful slumber can be a challenge. Instead of thoughts quieting as you drift into sleep, thoughts often run rampant with to-do lists, plans and worries.

    Getting a good night's sleep every night is important for overall health. It assists with weight loss, curbs feelings of depression, ensures your immune system is strong and generally just keeps you feeling better. We all know the difference a good night versus a bad night of sleep can make. Continue reading

  • Cardio cross training with kettlebells

    Cardiovascular workouts are great for improving heart health, endurance and overall wellness. Running on home treadmills like the True PS800 Home Treadmill or cycling on home exercise bikes like the True ES9.0 Home Upright Bike are perfect cardio options. It's important to remember that your body also needs strength, which comes from lifting and resistance training. In order to keep your body functioning at its best, you must cross-train, incorporating both cardio and weight training into your fitness plan.

    Weight routines can sometimes get stuck in a rut with the same exercises being performed continuously. This can lead to overtraining as well as fitness burnout because weightlifting becomes boring. Mix up your weight training by including kettlebells in in your home gym equipment. Continue reading

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