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MetCon – The Way To Get Fitter Faster

Metabolic Conditioning (often shortened to MetCon) is actually very simple. It refers to physical exercise that increases your body’s ability to transport oxygen from the lungs to your cells and then use this to generate the energy needed to move your muscles.

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4 Processes to Help with Recovery

If you have recently gotten into working out and self-improvement but aren’t seeing the results you may have wished for; there could be an easy fix. If you go to the gym four to seven times a week, you have to give your body time to recover. Below is a list of easy recovery methods to make sure your body is firing on all cylinders.

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The Best Sports For Weight Loss

The Best Sports For Weight Loss – Get Fit and Have Fun!

Losing weight is different for everyone. Some find it easy and some find it much harder but it can be hugely rewarding and satisfying when you start seeing the results of all your hard work. And we all enjoy different sports but with so many different sports available, what are the best ones out there for weight loss?

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Circuit Training Workouts – The Best Home Exercises

Circuit training is one of the best home fitness routines that you can do to get fast results at little cost. The exercises can all be done with no equipment. Some exercises need a partner, but this routine has 12 exercises that you can do at home, in the park or at the gym. Old school and very effective.

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Get Fitness Ready For A Summer Staycation!

There are many home workouts you can do – we have many listed here. Don’t keep repeating the same ones, mix it up and challenge yourself some days with workouts you are not so comfortable with.  Here’s a selection of home workouts and fitness ideas on MotleyHealth:

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Altitude Training: What Is It and Is It Effective?

Altitude training isn’t a new concept. In fact, altitude training (which is also known as hypoxic training) first rose to popularity in the late 60s and early 70s following the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico when the success of altitude acclimatized athletes gained international attention.

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Make Exercise Interesting with These Tips and Tricks

Working out. You either love it, or you hate it. However, no matter what your opinion is, it’s still vital for our health and wellbeing. By exercising regularly, we can manage our weight, strengthen muscles, improve immune function, and lower our blood pressure. And that’s not even half of it!

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3 Ways Sports Medicine Can Help You Get Fitter Faster

Science and its applications are practically everywhere, even in sports. You know, training and actually performing in a sporting event is not just about brute force and clever strategizing. A lot of science is actually involved in it. In this article, we present three ways the field of sports medicine is able to contribute to the lives of athletes.

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Returning To The Gym After Coronavirus

Gyms, fitness classes and martial arts schools have closed all over the world in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus, and this strategy appears to be working, with fewer cases reported in areas where there has been a full lockdown. Hopefully we’ll soon see governments give gyms and fitness classes permission to open up again, but when this happens, it is vital that you still take some measures.

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How Athletes Manage Muscle Pain

For most people, muscle pain after an intense activity can be pretty annoying. Often, it takes a while for the pain to subside. So, one wonders how athletes who are used to doing intense physical activity manage muscle pain.

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