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What to Ask When Joining a Gym

Posted by Push Pedal Pull on Apr 21, 2017 3:45:00 PM

Joining a gym can be a huge improvement to your health and overall wellbeing. If you want to make significant changes and life a healthier life, having a gym membership can make things easier as you’ll have access to more tools and equipment. If you’re wondering what to consider when joining a gym, we can help!

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The Best Running Warm Up Routine

Posted by Push Pedal Pull on Apr 14, 2017 3:45:00 PM

Warming up for running is imperative. Not only does this brief activity give your bones, joints, and muscles a chance to loosen up, it allows your heart rate to increase gradually, making it easier for your body to maintain the correct rhythm during your run. If you don’t warm up before running, your risk of injury could be significantly higher. Before you break out the trainers, use this easy running warm-up routine to prepare your body for action.

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Quick Cardio Workouts For Your Whole Body

Posted by Push Pedal Pull on Apr 7, 2017 3:45:00 PM

Cardio workouts promote blood circulation, increase your heart rate and metabolism, and help you burn excess calories. It’s an important part of your workout, but people typically love or hate cardio workouts. The good news is that it’s possible to get a quick cardio workout done—so even if you can’t stand the thought of a jog, you can still maintain your health. Just include these total-body quick cardio exercises in your normal routine!

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Morning Workout Vs. Evening Workout

Posted by Push Pedal Pull on Apr 3, 2017 3:45:00 PM

Morning Workout Vs. Evening Workout

Many people prefer a morning workout so they can get it done and over with before their day even starts. While this is fine, it depends on the workout you are hoping for and the results you want to achieve. Morning workouts and evening workouts vary a great deal and bring different results. You need to work out at the optimal time if you want to reach your goal weight and body type.

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Full Body Warm Up Routine

Posted by Push Pedal Pull on Mar 24, 2017 3:45:00 PM

Full Body Warm Up Routine

Before tackling any workout, it is important to warm up your muscles, loosen your joints and start getting your heart rate up.  Most people don’t dedicate enough time to a full body warm up routine. These people tend to have more muscle strain and pain, stiffness and even injuries because their bodies were not ready for a vigorous workout.  Here’s how to correctly warm up your body to prepare for whatever workout you choose.

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Topics: stretching, Warming Up

Best Machines to Improve Flexibility

Posted by Push Pedal Pull on Mar 17, 2017 3:45:00 PM

Best Machines to Improve Flexibility

There is more to getting a great workout than just lifting a lot of weight. Whether your goal is to bulk up or to lose weight, you will need to improve your flexibility. Improved flexibility helps avoid pulled muscles, back pain, and limited lifting and stretching ability. You want your body to achieve new goals with each workout and having limited flexibility limits your ability. There are several ways you can improve your flexibility but when you really want to see results fast, you will want to use one of these machines.

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Why Cooling Down is Important After a Workout

Posted by Push Pedal Pull on Mar 10, 2017 3:45:00 PM

Why Cooling Down is Important After a Workout

Everyone knows how important it is to warm up before you work out, just as we all know that pushing yourself is the best way to see results from your workouts. But how often do you find yourself towards the end of your workout with low energy, aching, and shaking and just stop exercising? It can be so tempting to just stretch out and have drink of water but in fact not cooling down is as bad for your body as not warming up! As good as it would feel to just stop and gulp cold water while you wait for your breath to go back to normal, this is not good for your overall health and does not help your fitness level in any way. This is why you should end your workout with some cooling down exercises.

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Why Cardio is Important for Building Bulk

Posted by Push Pedal Pull on Mar 3, 2017 3:45:00 PM

Why Cardio is Important for Building Bulk

When bodybuilders make the decision to build bulk, they sometimes slack off on cardio. This is a big mistake. To build bulk, you need to have strong cardio as well. Cardio workouts promote fat burning, heart health, and stamina. When the time comes to do 20 sets of 10 reps each with heavier weights, your cardio will make the workout not only easier on your body but also more effective.

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How to Protect Your Wrists When Lifting Weights

Posted by Push Pedal Pull on Feb 24, 2017 3:45:00 PM

How to Protect Your Wrists When Lifting Weights

Lifting weights is a great way to firm, tone and bulk up your muscles. Some people also use weights for various cardio workouts. It’s common knowledge that using a weight lifting belt will help protect your lower back and stomach from pulled muscles and strain while lifting. But what can you do to help protect your wrists? Wrists are a fragile part of the body that contain many small bones, lifting a bar with a great deal of weight on it can cause strain and damage to the wrist that may keep you from lifting for a while.

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How to Protect Your Wrists When Lifting Weights

Posted by Push Pedal Pull on Feb 17, 2017 3:45:00 PM

How to Protect Your Wrists When Lifting Weights

Lifting weights is a great way to firm, tone and bulk up your muscles. Some people also use weights for various cardio workouts. It’s common knowledge that using a weight lifting belt will help protect your lower back and stomach from pulled muscles and strain while lifting. But what can you do to help protect your wrists? Wrists are a fragile part of the body that contain many small bones, lifting a bar with a great deal of weight on it can cause strain and damage to the wrist that may keep you from lifting for a while.

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