To warmer weather, the Tour de France, and/or passion to get you or your clients out on the bike- we have asked our resident cycling expert & TRX Senior Master Instructor Dan McDonogh here to share his top tips when training for a race, long ride, or to improve your personal enjoyment of this amazing sport
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All levels of runners, from beginners to the World Marathon Majors series, need to start somewhere, maybe a goal of a charity fun run or a bucket list race that a friend has talked you into a race in a few months. Well, the good news is you’ve already started the journey and now the training schedule and the right exercises make the race day easier.
The TRX community continues to kill it day in and day out. Today, we'll be highlighting some of our female TRX Trainers who not only own their own businesses, but have left their mark on the fitness world. Let's get started!
In today’s world, we must be ready to handle what life may throw at us. We must be prepared for not only what is in front of us, but we must be prepared to bounce back from our day to day challenges. Readiness extends beyond our physical bodies and includes our mindset. A proper warm-up is one of the most effective and efficient ways to prepare our minds and bodies.
It is well understood that eating frequent meals throughout the day is more healthy than eating one large meal. The same could be said for exercise. Traditional exercise paradigms instruct us to ‘compartmentalize’ our exercise into a single daily session.
Whether on the field or in the game life, we deserve to reap the rewards of our hard work. Yet, it has become commonplace to keep our engines revving high, racing to the next stop. This adrenalized way of life leads to wear and tear on our bodies parts, mental exhaustion and burnout. Adding recovery and regeneration techniques to our days is a simple, yet effective, way to help us, the drivers, and our engines, perform optimally.