One of the most common problems people face when trying to get into better shape is that they aren't sure exactly how to go about doing it. This is where group fitness classes come in. Simply show up, join in the group and be led through an amazing workout by the instructor!
Common dieting mistakes will not only limit the amount of fat you lose but also compromise your ability to retain or even build muscle throughout the body recomposition process.
Dr Derek Li has over 100 pairs of running shoes and regularly contributes shoe reviews to roadtrailrun.com.
Learn more on how to choose the best pair of running shoes for you, as he explains and breaks down his tips into two parts:
- How to choose a pair
- How to determine your fit
Body fat accumulates when an individual consumes a number of calories that are more than what they expend. The excess amount of calories is then converted to fat and stored by the body. Energy balance refers to the number of calories consumed versus the number of calories expended by an individual.
The life expectancy of running shoes are measured in miles rather than months or years. As a general rule of thumb, experts suggest that running shoes be retired and replaced every 500 to 750 kilometres (300 to 500 miles).
In preparation for an upcoming marathon or race against your own personal best, you’ve probably obsessed over figuring out the best training techniques or even running clothes or shoes to wear. All this, just to ensure you can perform optimally on the big day. While the above are all completely fair considerations for optimal performance, there’s another crucial factor that’s often overlooked - and that’s diet.
Some days life gets in the way and we can't make it for our favourite yoga class.
Whether you run for fun, are considering completing your first race, or are an experienced runner, we all have one goal in mind; to improve our performance so we can run further and faster.
Knowing that her background as a professional dancer informs how she conducts her group fitness classes at Core Collective, we wanted to find out more.
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