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Weekend-only workouts bring set of risks

What about supplements?: From omega-3s to glucosamine or antioxidants to vitamin D, the right nutrition and dietary supplements can make a big difference in your athletic performance and your general well-being. Always consult your doctor, who can direct you to the appropriate supplements. Remember, a healthy diet, including adequate fluid intake, are essential to all athletes, professionals and weekend warriors alike. Happy feet are healthy feet: Good ergonomics, posture and even the wear of your shoes can make or break your technique. Take a page from professional athletes, who improve their technique with custom orthotics, proper shoes and correct body mechanics. Consider taking a few lessons from a professional trainer in your sport of choice. Also, consider seeing a podiatrist for advice on inserts and shoe wear, especially if you have foot pain. <br>Source:

Wall Street Woos Clients With High-End Workouts

DE Leonard Williams (6-5, 290, So.) On the preseason watch lists for the Bednarik, Nagurski and Outland awards, Williams appears poised to follow up a tremendous freshman campaign with an even bigger sophomore season. Having recently said that he feels stronger and faster than he was in 2012, the hulking Williams was dominant at times when the team came together for 11-on-11s this summer, both as a run stopper as well as a pass rusher. 4. S Josh Shaw (6-1, 205, RS Jr.) The starter at cornerback for the Trojans final seven games in 2012, Shaw moved back to his more natural strong safety position this past spring and continued to line up there throughout June and July looking more than at home, particularly after bulking up and adding 12 pounds to his frame. Showcasing fantastic ball-hawking skills during the workouts, he also emerged as a leader of the secondary. <br>Source:

Vacation workouts should vary by individual traveler

Relevant offers Racing Ascot Park workouts Tyler team looking good Rower linked to racing Pitman wins premiership Miss Maximuss retired Claiming races for maidens European trotters arrive soon High Forty for Koral Thrilling Brat resumes at Wanganui Dalton's life in racing Harness racing workouts at Ascot Park on Saturday resulted: Trotters' Stand, 2700m _ American Holiday (S Walkinshaw) 1, Snow Boy 2, Lebron James 3; four started; 1 1/2l, 7l; 3:51.9, 61.2, 29.9; winning trainer, D McLachlan. Trotters' Stand, 2700m _ Bet's Best 30 (N Williamson) 1, The Fiery Filly 2, Alyak Nova 3; five started; 5l, 2 1/2l; 3:33.3, 61.4, 30.2; winning trainer, N Williamson. Learners' Mobile, 2200m _ 2200m _ Whiteout (M Swain) 1, Jaccka Len 2, Walkinthepark 3; six started; 1l, 1 1/2l; 2;56.2, 59, 28.4; winning trainer, M Swain. Non Winners' Mobile, 2200m _ Mustang (N Williamson) 1, Bobbie McArdle 2, Sterns Arising 3; eight started; 2l, 2 1/2l; 2:51.4, 58.2, 28.2; winning trainer, A Armour. Non Winners' Mobile, 2200m _ McArdle Meg (P Hunter) 1, Righthere Rightnow 2, Jaccka Wilco 3; eight started; 1 1/4l, hd; 2:50.5, 57.8, 27.7; winning trainer, P Hunter. One Or More Wins Mobile, 2200m _ Arancia (C Graham) 1, The Tisbury Terror 2, Wattie's Sweetheart 3; six started; 1 3/4l, nk; 2:50.5, 56.8, 28.1; winning trainer, O Lawrence. <br>Source:

Workouts you can do in front of the television

Now, please dont take this as a lecture of what you should do on your vacation. Almost everyone I know is a slave to their cellphone and their emails from work. Were all too overscheduled and spend too much time racing around from one crisis to another. You should do whatever you want to relax and get away from it all on your vacation. Im just saying that I enjoy my vacations the most when I am moving the most. <br>Source:

Coaches’ Choice Workouts

The closer you were to Nick, the more rest you got. It was a good incentive to run faster." WHO: Jack Daniels, coach of Janet Cherobon-Bawcom WHAT: 3 3 miles at threshold pace WHY: To establish the magical "T" (threshold) pace and "long groove" necessary in marathon racing WHEN: Once every five or six weeks in marathon buildup and once about three weeks out from race day. First try 1 3 miles/1 2 miles/1 1 mile, then add a mile to the last two intervals each time until you can do 3 3 miles. THE DETAILS: 3 mile warm-up; 3 3 miles at threshold pace (comfortably hard, sustainable for 1 hour in a race) with 3 minutes of recovery between repeats; 2- to 4-mile cool-down. "This workout allows me to practice taking fluids at race pace -- or even a little faster," Cherobon-Bawcom says. <br>Source:

5 Great Workouts You Can Do While Watching TV

The Cardio Workout for When You Can't Be Bothered to Get Up A portable pedal bike (which costs between $30 and $150 ) allows you to exercise in the comfort of your La-Z-Boy. These mini machines are much cheaper and take up less room than a stationary bike, treadmill or ski machine, but you have to be strategic to get your heart rate up. Skip steady-state .. [read more] cycling (which is easy to phone in) and do intervals instead. Start with a five-minute warm-up at easy resistance. Adjust the knob until turning the pedals takes moderate effort. Then do one minute of fast, intense pedaling, then one minute of easy--and keep that up for the duration of the 30-minute program. <br>Source:

Top 10 Trojans in summer workouts

Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied Rosie Huntington-Whiteley walks the runway during the 2010 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. Picture: Theo Wargo/Getty Images Source: Getty Images More celebrity training tips WANT more of Elle Macpherson's legs but less of cold winter morning workouts? Make excuses so you can get home in time for the X-Factor? Check out these simple moves you can do in the comfort of your [warm] living room - and in front of the TV. We caught up with celebrity trainer James Duigan, who trains some of the hottest bodies in the modelling and acting world, to run us through the moves: Move: Push-up with rotation Inspiration: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's flat tummy "It's not sit-ups that get you a flat stomach , it's planks and twists" Duigan says. Step 1 Assume a push-up position . Place your hands one-and-a-half shoulder-widths apart. <br>Source:

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