The sporty garment just went athleisure.
Every runner had, at some point in their lives, sought out ways to boost their mileage and running performance. However, not many pay attention to the opposite – the seemingly simple things you may be doing that are ruining your run. In today’s post, we’re going to be looking at six ways that can completely ruin your running performance. Don’t be disheartened if some match with you: better to realize now than regret tomorrow.
Looking for a fitness training cheat sheet? Well, you’re in luck because you’ve just found one. There really is no shortcut to getting fit. However, there are ways to make the process a lot more straightforward and simpler. In today’s post, we’ve gathered tips from far and wide to put together the ultimate training cheat sheet for you.
Whether you’re completely new to the workout scene or a pro just prepping for the big race: there are always methods to improve your workout routine. If you’re looking for ways to take your training regime to the next level, then this is definitely the right place. In today’s post read on to find out the top six pieces of solid training advice that are bound to get you more results from your fitness regime.
When looking at our world 20 years ago and our world now, there’s literally no end to the differences we could come up with. 2019 and 1999 are different in a bazillion ways, the most obvious of which is probably our drastic advancement in technology. Like everything else, the sports industry has also altered considerably in 2 decades – from the culture around fitness to the equipment being used for training, there’s been a remarkable improvement in many sectors. In today’s post we’re going to be taking a special look at one sector in particular: running.
Read on to embark upon a trip back in time and take a closer look at the changes in the running industry over the past 20 years.
You've gone through all the paces of buying a bike and you have a bike in your possession. What’s next? Well, most would say that next, you ride your bike. However, before you get to the riding, there are a couple of things that you need to consider that may be very important.
People buy bikes for different reasons. Some for exercise, others as a green mode of transportation, avoiding high gas costs, getting some fresh air, relieving stress, or just looking at the neighborhood at a slower pace. It does not matter why you bought the bike, the steps that we are going to list down are petty standard and should apply to all new bike owners.
All sports have special gear and clothes that are worn depending on different factors. Sportswear today refers to clothes used specifically for sports. It includes tracksuits, sports bras, polo shirts, swimsuits and ski wear among others. It needs to have specific functions, thermal properties, comfort, sustainability, specific fabric weight and other properties to help the sportsperson achieve his or her best performance.
Cycling is considered one of the hardest and grueling sports out there, which means that there are many cycling fails documented.
The Tour de France was started by Henri Desgrange as a publicity stunt in 1903, but it is now a huge bike race that takes place every summer around France. The event attracts almost 200 cyclists from all over the world to race over 2000 miles in just 23 days. The cyclists only have two days of rest during this whole event. The Tour de France brings amazing races, beautiful landscape, contested finishes, drug scandals, and massive crashes. Add to it over 100 cyclists speeding over 60km/hr just to get to the finish line, and there are high chances of chaotic crashes.
Here are some of the cycling fails in history from the Tour de France and other races: