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Q&A: How COVID-19 shutdowns boosted the fortunes of Zwift, a Long Beach virtual cycling firm

Computer programmer Jon Mayfield was often too busy to go on bike rides after his children were born, so he switched to indoor cycling to save time. That got boring quickly. “After a few minutes of staring at the wall, I was back at my computer searching on Google to find out how to make this not suck,” Mayfield told The Telegraph in 2017. “I wanted to make it more motivational so you train harder and have more fun.” Working in his spare time, the Orange resident with a video game industry backg...
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"Dance 10000" is getting Swedish kids to exercise

The Swedish royal family wants kids to be less sedentary, so they rolled out a cool way for kids to get 10000 steps in through a new dance routine. Via Yahoo finance: Along the way, she has a quick dance-off with the "school janitor" played by Gaspard Augé of the French EDM group Justice (whose 2007 hit "D.A.N.C.E." — Read the rest
Tags: Video, News, Sweden, Justice, Dance, Exercise, Edm, Gaspard Augé


4 Brain-Boosting Activities for the New Year

So much has changed during the COVID-19 era. Our patterns of living have been altered in ways we never expected. But what is pandemic living doing to our brains? Dr. Wendy Suzuki is a professor of neural science and psychology at New York University. She says, “Lack of stimulation, loneliness and increased stress and anxiety have created a perfect storm that is taxing our brains in ways we could never have imagined.” But there’s a way to fight back. The following 4 brain-boosting activities won’...
Tags: Nutrition, Sleep, US, Brain Health, Exercise, Starbucks, Neurology, Speaking, Tom, McDonald, Suzuki, Wendy Suzuki, Sluggish, Presentation Science, Pandemic, New York University She


Overcoming Your Quit

Everyone's experienced it. It can be very strong, even overpowering. Couch potatoes experience it, but experienced exercise gurus experience it too. It's that little voice in your head telling you to stop. Scientists call it "inner speech" or "thought chatter." I call it a nuisance.  Steve Taylor Ph.D.  in a Phycology  Today article , says that "real thinking is when we consciously use powers of reason and logic to evaluate different options, deliberate over problems, decisions,...
Tags: Fitness, Sport, Running, Exercise, Taylor, Run, Steve Taylor, Inner Voice, Perseverance, Runnerdude, Running Tip, Runnerdudes Fitness, Mantra, Keep Going, Don't Quit, Inner Speech


David Morin gets pumped up about his Ultrahuman app at CES 2021

David Morin, one of today’s top fitness models, talks about launching a new global health and fitness platform at CES 2021.
Tags: News, Trends, Exercise, David Morin, CES 2021, Ultrahuman


Running Basics Interactive Online CEU Course

I'm excited to announce the launch of my new interactive online Running Basics CEU course available through National Personal Training Institute Global. (Earn CEU credits for NASM, AFFA, and NATIONALPTI)! This course will help fitness professionals, personal trainers, fitness trainers, and coaches feel more confident working with runners, better meet the fitness needs of their running clients, and widen their client base by offering programs designed for runners of all levels. Through 1...
Tags: Fitness, Sport, Running, Exercise, Run, Personal Trainer, NASM, Running Coach, Runner, Runnerdude, Runnerdudes Fitness, Continuing Education, CEU, NASM AFFA, Affa, Nationalpti


Celebrating 11 Years!

RunnerDude's Fitness is celebrating 11 years! WeeDoggie! Take some time to check out this celebration video! Our success is due to the awesome Triad running community! We're also offering 25% Off any one purchase! Use Code: ANNIVERSARY25 at checkout (be sure to click on "Apply" after entering the code.) https://runnerdudesfitness.com [Author: RunnerDude]
Tags: Fitness, Sport, Running, Exercise, Run, Greensboro, Runner, Runnerdude, Runnerdudesfitness, Greensboronc, RunGreensboro, Rungso, Runcommunity, Runningcoach


How To Keep In A Good Headspace As You Go Through This Life

In life, we all must deal with different kinds of issues that can do a real number on our mental, physical, and social well-being. Those challenges have been heightened further with the COVID-19... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Health, Parenting, Fitness, Exercise, Stress Management, Workout, Hearing Health, COVID-19


Do You Need Mirrors When Lifting Weights?

Just about every commercial gym has a giant wall of mirrors, whether surrounding the whole space or lining the portion of the gym with the dumbbell rack. Watching yourself in the mirror can help you to make sure you’re lifting with the correct form and using the right muscles—so what the heck do you do if you’re…Read more...
Tags: Fitness, Exercise, Lifehacks, Weights, Strength Training


How to Safely Attend the Gym in the Covid-19 Era

Like any great parent, you want to keep yourself and your kids healthy—even during the standstill winter season. One of the hardest things for many people about coronavirus and the lockdowns put in... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Parenting, Fitness, Exercise, Workout, COVID


A Few of the Positive Side Effects of Starting a New Year’s Fitness Routine

One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions people set themselves, is to begin an effective new fitness routine, and to stick with it for as long as possible. Often, people are interested in these... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Parenting, Fitness, Exercise, Personal Injury, Workout


Exercise Is Stress Relief So You Should Probably Go Exercise Right Now

While our Capitol was being overrun by insurrectionists yesterday, I went for a walk. A few hours later, after having been glued to Twitter trying to make sense of it all for far longer than I’d like to admit, I went for a run. It helped.Read more...
Tags: Fitness, Walking, Running, Exercise, Lifehacks, Cardio, Capitol


Out of nearly 20 leggings in my closet, internet-famous athleisure brand Girlfriend Collective makes my favorite pair - here's why

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Girlfriend Collective I own nearly 20 pairs of black leggings, but Girlfriend Collective's Compressive High-Rise ($68) has been my all-time favorite for athleisure for several years now.Girlfriend Collective leggings are made from a flattering and helpful compression material that never pills. The well-placed seams elongate and slim.Each legging is made from 25 recycled water bottles, and the compa...
Tags: Reviews, Fitness, Trends, Taiwan, Running, Exercise, Vietnam, Gym, Seattle, Workout, Women's clothing, Mara Leighton, Style (Reviews, IP Style, Insider Reviews 2021


10 factors buyers need to weigh before moving to the suburbs

The pandemic has accelerated the move from cities to suburbs — and it's easy to see why. Living in the suburbs has its perks, but there are downsides, too. Here are a few pros and cons your clients need to know about.
Tags: Transportation, Lifestyle, Communities, Service, Radio, Agent, Exercise, Moving, Salary, Suburbs, City Life, Brokerage, Select, Physical Exercise, Mingle, Jenna Weinerman


The best treadmills for January 2021

Running is a great way to keep in shape. If you don't want to run outdoors, a treadmill is a perfect solution. We've rounded up the best treadmills on the market.
Tags: Fitness, Trends, Exercise, Smart Home, Affiliate, Treadmills, Buying Guides, Health & Fitness, Home Workout, Commerce-best-of


ClassPass shares how professionals worked out during lunch breaks as most studios around the world closed during the pandemic - and why the workday workout trend may be here to stay

The 12 p.m. weekday time slot for in-person classes is more popular now than it was before lockdowns. ClassPass ClassPass revealed that 12pm was the most popular time to workout in 2020. One in five people were exercising more during the pandemic than at the start of COVID-19, especially during work hours around lunchtime. Here's why the workday workout trend may be here to stay. Taking a crunch break for lunch break became a popular craze for the first time this year. That's according to ...
Tags: UK, New York, Fitness, New York City, Time, Digital, Los Angeles, Trends, Asia Pacific, Amsterdam, Retail, Exercise, Gym, North America, Transformers, Classpass


ClassPass shares how professionals exercised during lunch breaks as studios closed during the pandemic - and why the workday workout trend may be here to stay

The 12 p.m. weekday time slot for in-person classes is more popular now than it was before lockdowns. ClassPass ClassPass revealed that 12pm was the most popular time to workout in 2020. One in five people were exercising more during the pandemic than at the start of COVID-19, especially during work hours around lunchtime. Here's why the workday workout trend may be here to stay. Taking a crunch break for lunch break became a popular craze for the first time this year. That's according to ...
Tags: UK, New York, Fitness, New York City, Time, Digital, Los Angeles, Trends, Asia Pacific, Amsterdam, Retail, Exercise, Gym, North America, Transformers, Classpass


Apple Fitness Plus will launch on December 14, taking on at-home fitness competitors like Peloton

Apple Apple Fitness Plus, the new "fitness experience" by Apple, will launch on December 14. The workouts — which include strength training, yoga, cycling, and more — will be available on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. Apple Fitness Plus is powered by the Apple Watch, where users can monitor metrics like heart rate and total calories burned. Apple's foray into fitness adds to the growing at-home workout market, which has increased in popularity since the beginning of the pandemic in March. V...
Tags: Apple, UK, US, Trends, Exercise, Apple Watch, Workouts, Mirror, HIIT, Lululemon, Apple Apple, Barbara Smith, Peloton, Tech Insider, Australia Canada Ireland New Zealand, Apple Fitness Plus


Just 11 minutes of exercise can reverse the effects of sitting all day

A new study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine found that even a tiny amount of moderate exercise, as short as 11 minutes, can help to offset the negative health impacts of sitting all day at your desk. From Fast Company:  The study, a meta-analysis of nine other studies tracking nearly 45,000 people, found that those who were most sedentary risked dying prematurely. — Read the rest
Tags: Health, Post, News, Fitness, Exercise, British Journal of Sports Medicine


The WHO says masks shouldn't be worn during intense physical activity, contradicting other advice

Crystal Cox/Business Insider Masks do not need to be worn during "vigorous intensity physical activity," the World Health Organization said in updated guidelines, citing some research that wearing them can have negative effects.  The organization said other prevention measures, like distancing and ventilation, need to be in place in indoor exercise venues, or they should temporarily close.  Some experts disagree with the guidance, however, citing research showing that masks don't impair b...
Tags: Science, Fitness, Virginia, Masks, Brown University, US, Trends, Gyms, Who, World Health Organization, Exercise, Marr, Crystal Cox, Megan Ranney, Aria Bendix, Coronavirus


The best treadmills for December 2020

Running is a great way to keep in shape. If you don't want to run outdoors, a treadmill is a perfect solution. We've rounded up the best treadmills on the market.
Tags: Fitness, Trends, Exercise, Smart Home, Affiliate, Treadmills, Buying Guides, Health & Fitness, Home Workout, Commerce-best-of


You only need 30 to 40 minutes of exercise per day to 'offset' sitting at your desk all day, new analysis finds

A woman working from home. lechatnoir/E+/Getty A new meta-analysis of evidence suggests that 30-40 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise per day can "offset" the negative health impacts of sitting at a desk all day. This aligns with recent recommendations from the World Health Organization, which 75 to 150 minutes of vigorous physical activity every week to counter sedentary behavior. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. We know that spending hour after hour sitting down ...
Tags: Health, Science, News, Australia, Berlin, Trends, Who, World Health Organization, Exercise, University of Sydney, David Nield, Science Alert, Fabrizio Bensch Reuters, Emmanuel Stamatakis, Science Contributors, BJSM


Hydrow Is a Great Peloton Alternative if You Hate Cycling

A muscle-bound and joyful young man is cutting down the Charles River like a water strider. His chipper banter distracts you briefly from the whir of an internal flywheel and a constant stream of numbers—split times, speed, strokes per minute—helps keep up the momentum. With a little more push, a little more pull, you…Read more...
Tags: Science, Commerce, Exercise, Charles River, Rowing Machine, Hydrow, Hydrow Review


Hydrow Is a Great Peleton Alternative if You Hate Cycling

A muscle-bound and joyful young man is cutting down the Charles River like a water strider. His chipper banter distracts you briefly from the whir of an internal flywheel and a constant stream of numbers—split times, speed, strokes per minute—helps keep up the momentum. With a little more push, a little more pull, you…Read more...
Tags: Science, Commerce, Exercise, Charles River, Rowing Machine, Hydrow, Hydrow Review


How to Work Out When You’re Still Sore From Your Last Workout

The hardest part of sticking to a workout routine may be starting, but the second-hardest part is showing up to the next workout when everything feels like fire. You’re not off the hook, though! Staying home actually isn’t your best plan of action. Here’s what to do instead.Read more...
Tags: Health, Feature, Fitness, Exercise, Recovery, Workouts, Lifehacks, Editors Picks, Workout, Stretching, Muscles, Soreness, Doms, Foam Rolling


Focus on what you’re best at to take your business to the next level

Agents Santiago Arana and Dawn McKenna have come a long way since they started in real estate. They shared their pro tips for taking things to the next level with attendees at Connect Now.
Tags: Energy, Radio, Agent, Exercise, Self-care, Brokerage, Select, The Agency, Real Estate Connect, Hiring An Assistant, Coaching Corner, Business Tips & Best Practices, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Santiago Arana, Home Showings


Don't Use Exercise to Punish Kids

It’s a common scene in youth sports—a couple of kids are late to practice, or goofing around and distracting their teammates. Their coach, in response, sends them on a few laps around the field or tells them to “drop and give him 20.” It might feel like a natural consequence given the already physical nature of…Read more...
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The best exercise balls

An exercise ball is a highly beneficial piece of home gym equipment that improves balance, flexibility, and core strength, and can be used in a variety of exercises and workouts.The best exercise balls are made of durable materials, offer enough resistance and flexibility no matter the exercise, and don't require you to reinflate them between uses. Our top pick, the TheraBand Exercise and Stability Ball, features a thick-walled design and continues to hold air even in the event it's punctured. E...
Tags: Reviews, Health, Fitness, Trends, Features, Buying Guide, Exercise, Kyle Schurman, Stability Ball, Rick Stella, At-home Workout, At-home Fitness, Product Card, Insider Picks 2020, Insider Picks Guides, Best Guides


Get your fingers and your body in shape with this Eddie Van Halen tribute work out

I'm impressed. I can't even play that fast with accuracy while sitting down! Image: Incase/Wikimedia Commons (CC 2.0)
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Why Am I So Tired All the Time Even When I Get Enough Sleep?

When you ask someone how they’re doing, if they don’t throw out the usual “I’m fine,” they’ll probably mention that they’re tired, or even exhausted. So what’s going on? Are we all actually that tired all the time? Have we just stopped sleeping? Though it’s different for every person, if you find that you do get what…Read more...
Tags: Health, Sleep, Diet, Ask Lifehacker, Exercise, Lifehacks, Explainers