AREAS OF INTEREST: JOGGING, WALKING, RUNNING, SPRINTING, TREADMILLS, SPEED TRAINING, FOOT PROBLEMS. by: Tom Seabourne Ph. D Beginning treadmillers should walk at a comfortable pace for three to five minutes, then walk fifteen minutes at a faster pace by taking longer strides, gradually working your way up to 4 miles an hour, followed by a five-minute cool-down. … [Read more...] about WALKING, JOGGING, RUNNING, AND SPRINTING CAN BE ACCOMPLISHED IN THE SAFETY OF NO-IMPACT AQUAJOGGING
AREAS OF INTEREST: RUNNING, CYCLING, JOGGING, WALKING, CARDIOVASCULAR ENDURANCE, CROSS-TRAINING. by: Tom Seabourne Ph. D If you are just beginning, walk before you jog. Walking for thirty minutes will prepare your muscles for jogging. When you can walk continuously for thirty minutes, you are ready to jog. On your first walk-jog workout, walk for seven minutes and … [Read more...] about RUNNERS IMPROVE THEIR PERFORMANCE USING THE SPORTCORD AND AQUAJOGGER.
AREAS OF INTEREST: CARDIOVASCULAR TRAINING, WALKING, AQUA JOGGING, CROSS-TRAINING. by: Tom Seabourne Ph. D If your goal is to be fit and healthy, cardiovascular (CV) exercise can be an important step. CV exercise can combat obesity, high blood pressure, and glucose intolerance. Twenty minutes of walking, three or four times a week is the most effective way to … [Read more...] about THE MOST IMPORTANT MUSCLE IN YOUR BODY IS YOUR HEART