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Monthly Archives: July 2014

 
  • Tips to become a better cyclist

    Whether you hop on your stationary bike because you enjoy the exhilarating cardio workout or you love the sport and are training for various races, finding ways to improve as a cyclist is always a worthwhile goal.

    While racers might be interested in learning how to become more agile, faster or have better endurance, exercisers could be looking to lose more weight, improve their post  or strengthen their lower body. Whatever the case may be, striving to become a better cyclist is important for growth, avoiding fitness plateaus and overcoming boredom. Continue reading

  • Why should you incorporate isometric strength exercises?

    There's a good chance that if you've recently taken up strength workouts in addition to cardio sessions on your home fitness equipment, you've seen a difference in your running or cycling. You might be moving faster, have better endurance, improved posture or all of the above.

    During your lifting routines, you're most likely doing traditional strength exercises like squats, lunges, bicep curls, crunches and chest presses. These are effective options that challenge your muscle fibers and cause them to adapt and become stronger, but did you know there's another option when it comes to strength training? It's called isometric exercises. Continue reading

  • Strengthen your core with this awesome plank circuit

    If you've been exercising long enough, chances are you've heard that planks are one of the best exercises for your abdominals. Whether you're a runner, bike rider or weight lifter, you need a strong and solid foundation, and that comes from working the core muscles.

    Not only does a strong center better overall exercise performance on your home gym equipment, but it assists with stabilization and balance so you can work more efficiently with a lower risk of injury. Continue reading

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