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Runner's World UK

Runner's World UK

one hundred push ups - welcome If you're serious about increasing your strength, follow this six week training program and you'll soon be on your way to completing 100 consecutive push ups! Think there's no way you could do this? I think you can! No doubt some of you can already do 50 consecutive push ups, but let's face it, you're in a big minority. However, it really doesn't matter which group you fall into. From the New York Times: "As a symbol of health and wellness, nothing surpasses the simple push-up. The buzz about one hundred push ups: Compliments on a great web site. Proudly Hosted by Host Gator | Original Template Design by Andreas ViklundCopyright © 2008 | 2014 Steve Speirs

The Pros Of Heart Rate Training For Runners When you think of an easy run, thoughts of runners cruising down the sidewalk, rocking out to the beat in their headphones at a comfortable clip probably come to mind. Unknowingly, however, most runners don’t really run all that easy on their easy runs. After a few warmup miles, many runners start to feel good and begin pushing the pace without even realizing it. To help runners and other endurance athletes keep their easy runs easy and their hard workouts at the correct intensity, more and more coaches are relying on heart-rate training. During exercise, the body utilizes two primary sources of fuel, namely carbohydrates and fats. To determine an athlete’s metabolic efficiency and identify their target heart-rate training zones, Steinle uses treadmill and bike tests. Analysing this data typically confirms the biggest problem for many athletes: they aren’t extremely efficient at utilizing fat as a fuel. FILED UNDER: Training TAGS: heart rate / jog / programme / run / running / trainer

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