Browsing Tag »fitness«
→ November 19, 2010
Whether you’re riding your new Mobo Cruiser, jogging or playing baseball, swimming or engaging in any other type of sport or exercise activity, it’s especially important to stay alert.
When you’re exercising, it’s tempting to stay focused on your body and what you’re doing or trying to accomplish. However, to keep yourself safe, you also need [...]
→ October 27, 2010
Exercise is great and exercise is healthy, but it’s also important to know when to stop exercising.
It’s perfectly normal to experience some level of discomfort when exercising, including sore muscles, fatigue and labored breathing. Sometimes it even takes some time, a day or two, for those sore muscles to appear. This is normal with any [...]
→ August 26, 2010
Whether you’re riding your favorite Mobo Cruiser or your just taking a walk, it’s especially important to stay hydrated. That means while you’re exercising, not just before or after you exercise, you should be drinking a good amount of water or another liquid.
What’s the worst thing that could happen if you’re not getting properly hydrated? [...]
→ June 15, 2010
Summer is almost here and you know what that means? It’s time to get back in shape! If you have a few excess pounds to lose it’s still not too late to get that body you want. The hardest part is starting, and sticking to it! It won’t do you any good to work out [...]
→ June 15, 2010
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These days exercise is something less and less people worry about, childhood obesity is on the rise, diabetes rates are soaring and waistlines around the United States are expanding. Many people (especially children) just don’t have time to get out and exercise, and well to many exercising just isn’t fun. Triton three-wheeled cruisers [...]
→ April 28, 2010
Let’s face it—many of us are too busy, too tired, or too unmotivated to squeeze in the 30 minutes of daily physical activity as suggested by personal trainers, doctors, and our good sense. However, there are plenty of ways that we can resist the urge to let our busy schedules dictate and compromise our health.