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Monthly Archives: May 2014

 
  • Tips to overcome knee pain

    Whether you're new to the sport of running or have been at it on your fitness treadmill for years, you may have experienced knee pain at some point.

    Unfortunately sore knees are a common affliction among runners, whether you're jogging on home fitness equipment like a True M30 Home Treadmill or along an outdoor path. It's important to pay attention to painful sensations, but having knee pain can certainly set you back in your training program. Take the time to find out what is causing the problem, give your knees some time to rest and figure out how to treat them. Continue reading

  • Short on time? Try this 20-minute treadmill workout!

    In today's super busy world, it can be a challenge to find even five minutes for yourself, let alone a whole hour to devote to a workout. Even though physical activity is important for your mental and physical well-being, exercise can fall low on the list of priorities after family, kids, work, school and other pressing responsibilities.

    In between all those other must-dos, you might be struggling to find extra time in your day to hit your home fitness equipment. If it's been sitting there gathering dust, now is the time to give your home treadmill, like a True M50 Home Treadmill, a good cleaning and get back on the proverbial horse. Continue reading

  • Hit a plateau? Swap out your tired exercises for new ones!

    You likely know cross training as a means of getting the most out of of your fitness routine as well as one of the best methods of achieving your goals, but if you only use the same go-to exercises time after time, you're sure to hit a plateau.

    In addition to mixing up your cardio on home gym equipment between different intervals, speeds, inclines and resistance levels, it's necessary to switch out your strength program every once in a while as well. Aside from becoming incredibly boring, repeating the same exercises over and over will stop challenging your muscles at some point and you'll hit a plateau with your results. Continue reading

  • Want a better butt? Try these exercises!

    The hours spent running on your home treadmill have probably given you toned legs and a strong lower half.

    Spring is quickly going to give way to summer, and before you know it, shorts and swimsuits will be making an appearance once again. If you're looking to get in your best shape before summer is officially here, you'll need to incorporate both cardio and strength workouts on your home gym equipment. In addition to riding your stationary bike, you should spend at least two to three days a week lifting weights (with actual weights or your body weight). Not only will you look and feel great, but stronger lower body muscles will help you be a better runner or cyclist. Continue reading

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