5 Tips For Successful Fall And Winter Workouts

Instead of cuddling up with a blanket and a book, try one of these five methods to keep on track. Dress for the Cold The main concerns with working out in the cold are hypothermia and frostbite . For those of us who arent ready to part ways with outdoor workouts though, dressing up for the cold can be a solution. Wearing the right clothes from head to food will keep your body insulated and prevent heat loss.
Source: http://caloriecount.about.com/5-tips-successful-fall-winter-workouts-b615203

Louisville guard Kevin Ware cleared to begin basketball workouts

It isn’t violent; instead, it’s an outlet — a release — that combines traditional yoga poses, dancing and, yes, some yelling. Yoga teacher Hemalaaya developed this therapeutic kind of yoga as the next step in her fusion-focused classes. And, as she puts it, throwing a little tantrum works to relieve her own frustrations. She encourages her students to release stress by yelling, chest-pounding and laughing.
Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/30/interesting-workouts_n_3997898.html

Benefits of Short Workouts

And on Friday head coach Rick Pitino stated during a press conference that Wares been cleared to begin basketball workouts , marking the latest step taken in Wares comeback. He has a clean bill of health, coach Rick Pitino said Friday. He can play all-out at the end of the month. Pitino said Ware has been cleared to begin basketball workouts immediately, but while he may be physically ready to return to the court, Pitino cautioned he may still need to get past his injury mentally. As Pitino noted theres a mental barrier Ware may need to overcome, and thats something many elite athletes who suffer serious injuries need to address in order to complete their comeback. The question now is whether or not Ware will miss any games due to the injury.
Source: http://collegebasketballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/10/04/louisville-guard-kevin-ware-cleared-to-begin-basketball-workouts/

Popular CrossFit workouts linked to Max workout review disturbingly high rates of rhabdomyolysis, muscle cell ‘explosion’

Aside from reducing stress and boosting your mood , getting your blood flowing also gives you energy, can prevent depression and relieve headaches, can help you sleep better, and clears your mind. It doesn’t take much time for those endorphins to start flowing, and even a miniworkout will have you feeling better. Plus, studies show that 15 minutes a day can add three years to your life . It keeps you on the right path: I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “One healthy choice leads to another.” When you get in the habit of exercising every single day, no matter how much time you can devote, you’re more likely to stick with it and do longer workouts when you do have the time.
Source: http://www.fitsugar.com/Benefits-Short-Workouts-31989137

The Most Interesting Workouts In The Country

While performing their workouts in the high-heat, high-humidity environment of “the box” — this is the name commonly attributed to the workout room of a typical CrossFit facility — some athletes burn out their muscles so badly that muscle tissue actually degenerates and enters the bloodstream. Myoglobin, one of the most common byproducts of these stray muscle fibers, ends up clogging the kidneys and causing serious damage, the evidence of which can be seen in the form of brown urine. “Rhabdomyolysis isn’t a common condition, yet it’s so commonly encountered in CrossFit that they have a cartoon about it, nonchalantly casting humor on something that should never happen,” writes Eric Robertson, an assistant professor of physical therapy at Regis University, for The Huffington Post. “Under extreme conditions your muscle cells explode.
Source: http://www.naturalnews.com/042360_CrossFit_workout_rhabdomyolysis_muscle_cell_explosion.html

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