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Journal EntryPFT/PRT prep—Part 1: Aerobic conditioning
The PFT/PRT is designed to test your cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength. In this three-part series, HPRC takes a closer look at each component, offers tips on training optimization, and suggests how to prevent common training-related injuries.
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Journal EntryExergaming: Is it really exercise?
There are lots of exercise video games on the market, but should they really be considered exercise?
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Journal EntryWinter dehydration
Heading out into the cold? Remember to stay hydrated!
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Journal EntryToo sick to exercise?
Feeling under the weather? Find out when bed rest is best—or when it’s safe to sweat it out.
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Journal EntryRunning form 101
How’s your form? Make sure you’re ready to hit the ground—running!
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Journal EntryChill out and keep moving!
You don’t have to hibernate during the colder months. Exercising in the cold takes a little extra planning to stay safe and comfortable.
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Journal Entry ULAW (Sun) audioOvercome your weight-loss plateau
Can’t seem to lose those last few pounds? Here are some tips to help you get past the plateau and back on track to achieving your goal.
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Journal EntryYou’ve got questions?
We’ve got answers. Learn more about staying physically fit in HPRC’s FAQ and Ask the Expert sections.
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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 Entry5 ways to stay active at work
Even with regular exercise, sitting for most of the day can increase your risk for chronic illnesses and early death. Find out what you can do about it.
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