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Two Minutes Could Save Your Strife

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Two Minutes Could Save Your Strife

 

Are you prone to injuries? Are you currently experiencing pain when you run, swim, cycle? Do you want to take a proactive approach to preventing injury? Take this 2-Minute Overhead Squat Test (originally found on Active.com) to see if there is any dysfunction in your soft tissue. 

"No pain, no gain" is the biggest myth in fitness. If your body is in perfect balance and you are practicing proper form, you should experience NO pain, NO loss of range of motion, and NO injury. 


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Why CrossFit Has Me Cross

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Why CrossFit Has Me Cross

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Should you incorporate strength training into your triathlon training? Yes. Not only will you see an increase in economy but you will see a reduction in your injuries. Is CrossFit an adequate program to use for strength training? Repeat after me, N-O.

There is no doubt that CrossFit workouts are both fun and challenging, it's just not the best choice for an endurance athlete who is training for a triathlon. The injuries, overzealous training, performance plateaus, and lack of calculated plan are all reasons why CrossFit might actually hurt your ability to excel in the sport, not help. Want to learn more about why CrossFit is not the best choice for endurance athletes? Read the entire article that originally appeared on Active.com here. 


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Runners Who Travel Need Love Too

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Runners Who Travel Need Love Too

 

Don't let minor disruptions like traveling for work come in between you and your fitness routine. With these 6 Active.com workouts, a jump rope, and a smart phone you can keep your fitness on track whenever you are away from home.

Because these workouts shouldn't take you more than 35-45 minutes from warm-up to cool-down, you'll have plenty of time left over to answer emails and/or prep for your big presentation. 


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