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Journal EntryHow to get over a workout plateau
If you feel like you’ve hit a wall in your workout routine, try periodization to increase your performance.
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Journal Entry ODS templateEnjoy your run without "the runs"
Having the urge “to go” during a workout isn’t unusual for endurance athletes. There are steps you can take that could get you to the finish line accident-free
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Journal EntryHow does air pollution affect physical performance?
It is known that exposure to air pollutants during exercise may affect your health and performance, but what can you do about it?
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Journal Entry chemical/x-mdl-sdfileGet moving to help manage PTSD
Research has found that those with PTSD are at higher risk for cardiovascular disease; for some, exercise might be a great addition to other types of treatment.
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Journal EntryNo gym? No problem!
Try these 25 strength exercises anytime, anywhere. No equipment or gym necessary!
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Journal Entry Troff documentAdd some water to your workout
Try changing up your exercise routine; give your body a break with a challenging pool workout.
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Journal Entry application/x-internet-signupReduce work-related aches and pains
Not only can yoga reduce stress, it can also help to reduce the risk of those annoying aches and pains.
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Journal EntryWant to be super fit? Try SuperTracker
It can be hard to stay motivated and keep yourself accountable to your fitness goals. This online interactive tool can help keep you on track to getting in shape.
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Journal Entry Troff documentPhysical activity and sickle cell trait
Sickle cell trait is a largely benign condition that affects millions of people worldwide. Researchers are looking into its role in serious conditions such as sudden death and exertional rhabdomyolysis in athletic and military populations.
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Journal EntryTreadmills for trekkers
When conditions aren’t ideal for an outdoor hike, move your walking inside to a treadmill. Just make a few adjustments to ensure you’re getting a workout comparable to your regular hike.
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