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Long Runs – The Complete Guide You Need

Oh man, the long run! I hate to break it to you, but the matter of fact is, whether you are a recreational 5K runner, or an elite marathoner, the long run is a vital...

How to Master Hill Training Workouts

Hill running is no easy walk in the park. It requires a mix of stamina, strength, technique, and sheer will-power. That’s why lots of runners have a love/hate relationship with hills. If you tend to...

6 Proven Ways to Lose Belly Fat

If you have been running on a consistent basis and watching what you eat, but you STILL can’t get rid of your belly fat, then you came to the right place. So, today I want...

6 core exercises Everyone should be doing

I find myself sharing core exercises over and over again—not just because I love core training, but also thanks to the importance of a strong core. But wait, what do I mean by the core?...

7 Easy Keto Low Carb Salad Recipes

I was never a fan of salads until  I got on the keto diet. Making the switch to low carb foods made me interested in exploring healthier foods choices and adding more green options...

Running 101 – How to Determine Your Foot Type? (& What Does it Mean)

When it comes to foot type biomechanics, runners are divided into three broad categories: the neutral-footed, the flat-footed (the overpronator runner), and the high-arched (the supinator runner). Therefore, if you are a serious runner looking to boost training volume but still hunting for the ideal running pair, then you need to learn more about your foot type. According to conventional wisdom in the running world, your pronation type is also a contributing factor in selecting and choosing the right running shoe. Not only that, some experts also claim that having an understanding of pronation and how it affects the rest of your body can help you determine the type of a shoe most appropriate for you. Therefore, today, dear reader, I will share with you all you need to know about your foot type, what does that mean, and what type of shoe works the best for a particular foot type.

7 Ways to Make Treadmill Running More Fun

No one can deny the fact that running on the treadmill is boring. There you are. Pounding the pavement over and over again, yet not going anywhere. But that doesn’t mean it’s a hopeless case. There...

How Healthy and Fit Are you?

Before you start to exercise or decide to take it to the next level, it's vital to get a full bird view of your health profile and current fitness level. This is especially the...

Intermittent Fasting for Beginners – The 5 Most Common IF methods

If you want to shake your eating habits, intermittent fasting is the perfect tool. Research reports that the practice provides huge benefits for your brain and body. The practice of going on “intentional hunger,” or...

5 Beginner Running Tips For Obese People

Before getting on the fitness path I’m on today, my health was a complete mess. I didn’t exercise. I was stressed out all the time (I still am at times), and I ate anything...