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What Are Metabolic Conditioning Workouts And What They Do?

Metabolic conditioning workouts, which are also referred to as High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) teach the body to access energy stores effectively during and after a workout. 715 more words


Is Working Out Boring? - A Guest Post


Welcome to the first guest blog post at Lifestyle Apex. I’m thrilled to have another lifestyle expert share his thoughts here for readers to see. 457 more words



Astronaut: (n) a person who is trained to travel in a spacecraft

I am officially an astroNOT.

There are so many reasons I could not be an astronaut. 283 more words

The problem with non-training stress and some ways to fix it

Training consists of repeated cycles of overload and recovery that eventually result in positive adaptations, such as increased muscle mass, increased endurance and so forth.  Many things interfere with this cycle that may prevent the athlete from making positive adaptations.  830 more words


God Health Guide

In the developed world where the supermarkets are full of different foods, snacks and treats and the high streets are riddled with food chains, restaurants and fast food it is not difficult to see why most people deal with weight gain at some point or another. 589 more words

Colin B Robertson

Staying Hydrated

Even if they don’t work out regularly, most people are often dehydrated simply from engaging in their day-to-day activities, because they don’t drink enough fluids during the day. 550 more words


The Principle of Individuality

There are several principles of strength and conditioning that are necessary for the athlete to take into account when training.  One of them is that of  743 more words