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trevinocdcq   , 29

from West New York


How To Perform A Better Track Workout

RSS Follow me on: I was talking to a friend of mine the other day about how our bodies change as we age. Being 26 is just so hard. Wait, what I meant to say is that pretending to be 26 is hard. Anyway, we all know we're going to get older no matter how many wrinkle creams they create and, working with the variety of clients I do gives me unique insight into the aging process. Sometimes?
Source: http://exercise.about.com/b/2013/11/04/vote-in-this-weeks-poll-how-have-your-workouts-changed-over-the-years.htm

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Source: http://www.ign.com/blogs/carkekorsrip/2013/10/29/about-workouts-for-judo

repeats of 200m, 400m, 1K, mile or whatever the distance might have been at the same pace. Everybody was doing them, perhaps rightly so, but inattentive high school athletes it seemed like a mind numbing way to do things. So I decided to inject some fun into the workouts, while secretly having an ulterior motive of thinking that if we tried for the same adaptations in a couple of different ways, wed end up in a much better spot then doing the same repeats at the same pace all the time. The reasoning for this is simple: the body adapts to the stimulus given and if we attack that stimulus from multiple directions, well get more bang for our buck.
Source: http://triathlete-europe.competitor.com/2013/11/05/how-to-perform-a-better-track-workout