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Foolproof 20-Week Marathon Training Schedule

Marathon training is not rocket science. The basic principles are pretty simple. Nevertheless, many runners—beginners and veterans alike—make …

Hill Workouts That Improve Strength and Mental Toughness

The benefits of hill running are tremendous. You'll improve your leg muscle strength, build fitness, boost mental toughness, and engage your leg, …

9 Keys to Running Your Best 10K

Then, at the mile mark, you can start to run the race pace you think you can run for the 10K. If you do that from mile 1 to mile 5, then you should …

Swimming

5 Strength-Training Moves That Double as Cardio

Exercise 1 Overhead Barbell Squat<p>Hold a 35- or 45-pound barbell with your hands slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. Place the barbell directly over your head with your arms fully extended but not locked <b>(A)</b>. Stand with feet shoulder-distance apart, and lower your hips into a squat. Lower until …

6 Minute Morning Workout Before Shower

Jun 10, 2015<p>This 6-minute workout is a HIIT style workout that uses 4 best bodyweight exercises that target various parts of your body including your …

8 Best Ab Workouts For Men to Do at Home

5 Abs Moves You're Not Doing—But Should Be

Exercise 1 Swiss Ball Plank with Feet on Bench<p>Place a Swiss ball next to an exercise bench. Place your forearms on the ball so that your elbows are directly under your shoulders. Step one foot back onto the bench and then the other. Your feet should be separated about four to six inches apart. Keep …

WWDC 2015 keynote: The fine print

Trying to digest everything that Apple announces at a keynote is like cramming an entire pizza into your mouth—delicious, but inadvisable.1<p>Now that …