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Exercise Of The Day – PushUps

Exercise Of The Day - PushUps

What are the benefits and risks of doing daily Pushups ?     Traditional pushups are beneficial for building upper body strength. They work the triceps, pectoral muscles, and shoulders. When done with proper form, they can also strengthen the lower back and core by engaging (pulling in) the abdominal muscles. Pushups are a fast and effective exercise for building strength. They can be done from virtually anywhere and don’t require any equipment. Doing pushups every day can be effective if you’re looking for a consistent exercise routine to follow. You…

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Stress Symptoms

Stress Symptoms

What are the main symptoms of stress Stress affects us all. You may notice symptoms of stress when disciplining your kids, during busy times at work, when managing your finances, or when coping with a challenging relationship. Stress is everywhere. And while a little stress is OK -- some stress is actually beneficial -- too much stress can wear you down and make you sick, both mentally and physically.The first step to controlling stress is to know the symptoms of stress. But recognizing stress symptoms may be harder than you…

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Heart Rate Training

Heart Rate Training

What are the main benefits of heart rate-based training?     Wearing a heart-rate monitor means you can get detailed feedback on how hard you’re working. This enables you to train smarter, allowing you to get the desired training effect out of each workout. The first thing to work out is your maximum heart rate (MHR). A rough guide is 220 minus your age. Or there are field tests that can be done to get an approximate reading – such as doing a two-mile time trial on a track or…

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Exercise Of The Day – Mountain Climber

Exercise Of The Day - Mountain Climber

Get Your Cardio in and Strengthen Your Abs With Mountain Climber.     The mountain climber is a classic ab exercise, and we love it because it will strengthen your core as you simultaneously work on your cardio and muscular endurance. This move is a great addition to any ab workout, especially if you've already mastered the basics like crunches and planks. How to Do Mountain Climbers Start in a traditional plank with your shoulders directly over your hands and wrists. Be sure to keep your back flat and your…

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Benefits of Cardio Training

Benefits of Cardio Training

Practice these fitness fundamentals to help lower your health risks and improve your quality of life.     In a nutshell, the term aerobic means "with oxygen." Aerobic exercise and activities are also called cardio, short for "cardiovascular." During aerobic activity, you repeatedly move large muscles in your arms, legs and hips. Your heart rate increases and you breathe faster and more deeply. This maximizes the amount of oxygen in your blood and ultimately helps you use oxygen more efficiently. How well you use oxygen is called your aerobic capacity.…

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Free Training Plans

Free Training

To help you with your training, at the Bodyfeed Triathlon Coaching we decided to offer some free Training Palns for you. Just add to the cart or click on BUY, complete the transaction until the end and you will receive instructions on how to download the PDF file. Do not worry you will not be charged free spreadsheets have a value of $ 0.00 Generally, our plans include access to coaches by email, WhatsApp, Facebook message and private group, personal intensity zones all through TrainingPeaks®, but this PDF spreadsheet provides…

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The Heart Rate Zones

Heart Rate Zones

THE BASICS     Heart rate zones, or HR zones, are a way to monitor how hard you’re training. There are 5 heart rate zones based on the intensity of training with regard to your maximum heart rate. An effective running plan or workout plan will include different types of workouts with varying frequency, duration and intensity spaced out so that you have time to recover. This means that some workouts should be short and intense, some long and light, some can even be long and tough. It’s the variety…

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How Important is to have a Annual Training Plan

ATP - Annual Training Plan

ATP - Annual Training Plan     Without goals there will be no direction to your training. Without a plan there is no pathway to achieving those goals. ATP or Annual Training Plan is the "Blue Print" of the athlete season. An annual training plan solves both of these issues by providing the structure around which individualized training sessions can be set to allow you to reach optimal performance at your target events and achieve your goals. This blog first looks at the process of creating an annual training plan and…

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Bird Dog Exercise Execution

Bird Dog Exercise Execution

Strengthen Your Back and Core Muscles Bird dog is a core strengthening exercise that works both abdominal and back muscles. It requires a little more coordination than other beginner level back exercises. And to do this exercise well, you'll need to keep your body posture steady as you lift your arm and leg. You'll also need to concentrate on the way in which you perform the bird dog exercise. Here Is How to Do the Bird Dog Exercise, for Beginners Assume The Start Position: Get onto your hands and knees. Line…

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Become A Strong Runner

Become A Strong Runner

5 Straight exercises to become a better runner For you to do well in running, your workouts should not be limited to spreadsheets, which tell you how many miles you need to run each day and how intense. When you start investing in the stride, it is important that your exercise program also include strength training exercises because they are responsible for keeping your body and muscles ready to withstand the impact that the stroke brings to your joints.But what are the best exercises when it comes to running? Ideally,…

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Principals Of Triathlon Training

Principals Of Triathlon Training

Introduction To Triathlon Training Training in general is about creating adaptation which leads to improvement. Workout loads (workout volume times workout intensity) is a way of quantifying the stimulus you take on that your body attempts to adapt to it. Whether you’re training for a sprint triathlon, Olympic distance, or a half or full Ironman, the actual workouts in your calendar are just the tip of the iceberg, the must important piece if the how you plan not just your workouts but your hole season Stress In terms of training,…

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