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Does a good fitness article motivate you to exercise?
Educating yourself is as important to a healthy lifestyle as executing the things you learn.
With that in mind, I thought I’d share 5 articles that inspired (and changed) my physical activity this week.
Popsugar Fitness cranks out quick-read posts on every exercise topic you can think of.
This list has a few things you’ll already know but a few tips that might surprise (and enhance) your workout program.
The American College of Sports Medicine is ‘the largest sports medicine and exercise science organization in the world’.
…wearable technology is forecast as next year’s most popular trend in fitness according to more than 2,000 health and fitness pros surveyed by the American College of Sports Medicine.
Are you making the mistake of doing ‘distracted cardio’?
This post lists 5 things you might be doing that are making your cardio exercise less effective (than it could be).
Posted on Cathe Friedrich’s blog, this is a quick and helpful article you should read.
From the American Council on Exercise (ACE) blog, find out all the different ways your body burns calories (even while at rest) and how to make the most of each distinct category.
*I liked being reminded that cleaning the house, playing with the kids, and just standing (as opposed to sitting down) can be beneficial to your health.
Some of the reasons in this Beachbody post aren’t what I thought they would be (like running is cheaper and more convenient) but I did appreciate reasons 9-12.
See which reasons inspire you to go for a jog.
You’re amazing! Have an incredible day:-)
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