Q. I train four to five times a week, including hills and a couple of interval sessions. However, each time I increase my training, by even a modest distance or pace, my muscles are too stiff and sore to undertake the next days session. What can I
Once treasured by ancient warriors for their strength-boosting powers, seeds are full of essential nutrients often lacking in our daily diets. Make these five more than a decorative salad garnish. Most of them are available in supermarkets; all of them are easily found in health ...
. In long distance events, the importance of your state of mind in determining the outcome of a race can't be overestimated. Exploring ways of lifting yourself to the next level by increasing your mental strength and, in the process, greatly building your
mind. In long distance events, the importance of your state of mind in determining the outcome of a race can't be overestimated. Exploring ways of lifting yourself to the next level by increasing your mental strength and, in the process, greatly
special supplement on cocoa flavonols, with 17 articles about chocolate’s health benefits, ranging from lower blood pressure to increased brain blood flow and better skin health (honest!).In November, independent researchers at Johns Hopkins University
and shouldersBENEFIT: Increases mobility through the pedal stroke and aids stability on the bikeDO IT: Lie on your back, knees bent, feet on the floor hip-width apart. Place your arms at your sides, palms down. Lift your hips toward the ceiling as far
toward home. Two hours, nothing to it. When I want to increase my training prior to a marathon, I just add another 9/1 segment on the outbound trip. Now the session lasts two hours and 20 minutes, and I hardly notice the difference. Two weeks later, I do
thought to have played a big part in the rising figures - the biggest increase took place shortly after the Games.While travelling by car equates to just over six out of ten people, the research also shows a 20% increase in walking to work. Cyclists
fortnight with your normal faster-than-mile-pace sessions. Try 8-12 x 1 minute up a hill that is relatively tough without being hands-on-knees steep.Downhill stridesQuickening your stride rate will increase your speed, though you need to do it safely. Run
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