Hey guys and girls, here's what I have been doing instead of plain running/jogging - running drills. If you're not acquainted with the term running drills are basically a set of running exercises, which often professional athletes practice in order to improve the technique of their running and the overall physical condition of their leg … Continue reading Running Drills
Working out on a stationary bike can be a great cardio exercise. The real plus, however, is that it's not a pure cardio exercise, but it is also to some degree a resistance training, as well. The more effort we exert when pedaling the more resistance we experience, which challenges the muscles into growing. Compared … Continue reading Stationary bike
There are a lot of minor details that might go amiss when one chooses the right diet. There are tons of specifics and minute adjustments, which can lead you off-balance from a good nutrition plan. But that's not the biggest mistake people make when dieting. The biggest mistake is getting bogged down in those little … Continue reading What’s the biggest mistake I see most often in dieting?
Hey there, runners! Since you're reading this most likely you have at least some experience with regular running and you must have thought about it one way or another - is it worth it? Here's my take on it. I have been doing sports all my life, professional tennis training included and I've run ... … Continue reading Running – pros & cons
Not everything that's natural or bio is actually healthy. Let's put that on the table. There's this predominant myth that if a specific food, nutritional supplement or medicine are "natural" they are healthier for us. First of all, what does natural entail? For instance, even natural medicines have been extracted and processed in labs. Something more, … Continue reading Natural fallacies