Running for as little as five minutes a day could add years to your life. And it doesn't matter how fast you run. After studying 55,137 adults between the ages of 18 and 100, it was discovered that runners had a 30% lower risk of death from all causes and a 45% lower risk of death from heart disease or stroke.
Just admit it. Sometimes you're jogging in the park or you're on the treadmill and you visualize yourself running in slow motion. Sweat pouring off you, hair swinging, face contorted as you fight for your goal. It's pretty epic.
Exercise isn't just good for your body. Research proves that physical activity also gives your brain a workout, which is why so many people say they can think much more clearly after exercising. Learning and memory increase when you work up a sweat.
Running is a lot easier when you have someone to help you keep pace. Don't know any runners? Yog is an easy way to find them.
You probably go jogging because it makes you less fat and it is less humiliating than being yelled at through a 60-minute spinning class. But according to a new examination of the Copenhagen City Heart study, jogging less than two hours per week can add years to your life.
Last week you learned about the best headphones for running, and now you're going to hear what you ought to pump through them. This isn't just about taste. The right music can improve your form, optimize your heart rate, and lower your risk of injury. Listen up.
While the once lush forrest of MP3 players is now a bone-filled, arid desert, there are still a few survivors. One of these hearty few is SanDisk with their Clip series.
I am quite fat. After the birth of my daughter, I packed on 20 pounds because I have no time for anything but work, childcare, and delicious chocolate cake dipped in beer. I need a jogging stroller.
There are all sorts of tech-inclined ways to attempt a workout. Some look pretty scary. But basic common sense still says you should take care of yourself. And even though some studies say different, having a snack before your run couldn't hurt.
If your winter was anything like mine, then you spent it lazing about indoors while eating everything in sight. And that's totally cool, but you probably gained a few unwanted pounds as well. Now that the weather's getting warm, and you can no longer hide beneath layers of clothing, it's time to get back in shape.…
Click to viewFor some reason 18-year-old Zak Anthony King seemed surprised that police officers would threaten to taser him as he evaded arrest wearing nothing but swim goggles. And that wasn't even the awkward part:
Knocking off some of that summer BBQ flab will be a little easier Adidas' MiCoach app, which helps you plan and track a cardio regimen. MiCoach uses your phone's GPS to monitor your speed keep up with a targeted pace.
Continuing the Zune Accessories parade, today we have both the DLO Leather Zune case and the DLO Action Jacket, which is an armband case for the Zune. We still question the need for Zune cases, seeing as they're made out of a pretty scratch-proof rubberized plastic, but some people really like their gadgets pristine.
If Natalie Portman's character in V for Vendetta had this safety alarm pedometer, she would have never met V and the movie would have been 10 minutes long. The Sportline 334 is a regular pedometer — tracking your steps and counting your calories burned — but it also makes a 100db noise to alert bystanders. It…