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Effective Core Training

What is the Core?

The core is the vital “foundation” of all your body’s movements, whether you are standing, walking, carrying, or playing a sport. 617 more words

Abdominal Breathing

Health and Finance: The "January Effect" for Fitness and the Associated "Failed" Statistics

One of my earliest posts this month was about the “January effect” for stock investments.

It seems that there is also this kind of phenomenon when it comes to fitness. 687 more words

People

A SMALL ACT OF KINDNESS GOES A LONG WAY

I was working out at the gym tonight and this young girl was next to me. She said hi and asked if I could show her how to start the eliptical machine. 575 more words

An English Perspective: Locker Room Etiquette

I recently joined a new GYM in New York and having been used to Boutique class driven fitness, historically I rarely used the locker room. 289 more words

Travel

Sweating

I’ve recently being trying to get fitter, something I’m loathed to do because I’m quite lazy. In this endeavour I’ve mostly been cycling my little heart out on an exercise bike while watching… 159 more words

Textpost

Gyms for the non-athletic.

I joined a gym at the beginning of the year. After three days of using a treadmill, I could barely walk. I need help but the trainers charge $50 an hour. 494 more words

Aging

Hack the gym: Five tips to avoid getting fleeced by fitness memberships

How’s that new year, new you fitness pledge going?

January, the start of New Year’s resolution month, sees a healthy uptick in sign-ups at gyms and specialized studios offering such things as Pilates, kickboxing and yoga. 650 more words

Life