Category: Tips & Ideas

Don’t Let Your Exercise Burn You Out

A lack of motivation can hamper your exercise routine (as our previous article can attest to) but you should also consider the opposite. Some people exercise so much that they exhaust themselves. This type of fatigue is commonly known as exercise fatigue or exercise burnout and there are a few mindful tips that can help you prevent…
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Dancing to Burn Fat

Here’s a great workout that uses dancing to burn fat! After all, who doesn’t like dancing? Dancing is great exercise and also a great stress reliever. Dance workouts are a great way to tone your body while getting your cardio too. The star of this video is Danielle Peazer, who just happens to be a…
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6 DIY Gym Bag Essentials

Every Mindful Athlete needs a properly planned and packed gym bag the right tools and equipment can make even a gym novice feel like a workout warrior. Here are some handy DIY gym bag ideas to help you transform an average gym bag into a perfect workout kit. Keep your bag smelling fresh  With all…
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5 Ideas for Your Home Gym

Your home isn’t just your sanctuary it can also be your peaceful fitness center if you have the right tools. Whether you have a special at-home gym or just a fitness corner in a spare room, a few creative ideas can turn even the simplest home gym into a fitness control center. 5 Ideas for…
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Plan for Your Summer Body

Are you already struggling to keep up your exercise routine? Don’t fret! There are simple ways for you to stick to your exercise plan and see your summer body come through this year. 4 Ways To Keep Your Exercise Routine Curate a Personalized Workout Playlist Do you like to listen to music while you run…
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To Get Fit, Stay Motivated

When we don’t feel like exercising we come up with a lot of excuses. We say that we don’t have the time or that we’re too tired, but the true culprit is usually a lack of workout motivation. If we slow down and try new approaches to our exercise regimens, we can push ourselves to…
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Eco-Athletic Wear That You and the Planet Will Love

January is the month millions of people hit the gym to start their “get healthy” New Year’s resolutions. This means tons of people are looking for quality workout clothes. If you’re in the market for athletic wear, be sure to look for eco-athletic options. You’ll be investing in your health and the health of the…
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5 Tips for Spring Recreational Activities

Our winter season hibernation is over and it’s time to switch gears into more lively activities. But before you start participating in spring recreational activities, be sure that you’re prepared. With these five mindful tips, you can slowly begin your training and avoid injuries. Studies show that healthy habits decline during winter months—people exercise less…
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Delay Aging with Strength Training

You’re never too old for strength training, and now it appears that working out actually can address the changes of aging, at least in muscle cells. Researchers at Canada’s McMaster University published a report on how exercise reverses the aging of human skeletal muscles. The researchers from the study recruited a group of 51 men…
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5 Running Tips for Beginners

Have you recently started running? Here are 5 running tips for beginners that you may not know and might help you with your fitness goals. Running can sound like a walk in the park, but it can also sound incredibly daunting. Some people have been running for years, and it still doesn’t feel like a…
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