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The holiday season is upon us, and while it's a time of celebration and joy, it can be challenging to stick to our fitness routine amidst all the festivities. With tempting treats, busy schedules, and colder temperatures, it's easy to lose motivation when it comes to training. But, staying on track during the holidays is crucial to maintaining your fitness goals and avoiding any setbacks. In this post, we'll share some tips to help you stay motivated to train during

Endurance training can be a challenging and rewarding journey that helps to improve overall health and fitness levels. To achieve your desired level of endurance, it is important to have a structured and progressive training plan that includes several phases. In this blog post, I'll take you through each of the phases of endurance training, including the base, build strength/endurance, peak, taper, and recovery. By the end of this blog, you'll be ready and well-informed to kick off your endurance

Running is a great form of exercise that has numerous health benefits such as improved cardiovascular fitness, decreased stress, and weight management. However, making time to warm up and cool down before and after running is just as essential as the activity itself. A warm-up prepares your body for the run by gradually increasing blood flow and loosening muscles and joints. Similarly, a cool-down helps your body recover from the exertion of running and reduces the likelihood of injury. In

Completing a race after weeks or even months of training is a great accomplishment for any runner. After all the hard work, sweat, and tears, crossing that finish line is an amazing feeling that cannot be described in words. But what happens after that? Many runners experience post-race sadness - a feeling of emptiness, disappointment, or even depression after completing a race. In this blog post, we will explore the reasons behind this phenomenon, how it affects runners, and most