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swimming styles, swimming', training, triathlon -

If you are a swimmer, you should pick up the various swimming techniques as much as possible. The reason is each of the styles uses different types of your body muscles and puts the body in varying positions. Plus, they are of paramount importance when you have to swim for a long distance that is because learning different swimming styles can prevent exhaustion by enabling your body to rest in specific positions. If you are into competitive swimming, it makes, even more, sense to pick up the different swimming techniques as it provides you with an opportunity to optimise your...

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flexibility, mobility, running, stretching -

It is fundamentally important to have your body prepared and ready, if you want to become an Ultra Runner. It will not happen by itself, so you will need to expend energy to make it happen. With the right kind of strength building and stretching exercises, you too can become an Ultra Runner. But your body needs to first be prepared for what is about to happen. The best way to ensure that your body is getting warmed up is to stretch. This helps to make the muscles in the body relax and can help to prevent cramps and soreness....

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break, recover, rest days, restore -

Working to get your body ready to compete in at least three athletic events is not an easy task. Sometimes you can feel overwhelmed, as if you need to work hard every day to achieve your goals. While there is nothing wrong with working hard, working too hard can be detrimental to your endeavour. You need to understand how much your body can take and work in tandem with that to establish a routine that will let you achieve your maximum potential. And in order to do that, rest days are integral. A rest day typically signifies taking a break...

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glutes, lower back pain, strength -

Lower back pain is one of the most common complaints I hear from clients or potential clients. Unfortunately in this day and age, modern technology has caused a large majority of the population to become sedentary, which has forced many of us into postural alignments that our body was not designed to maintain for long periods of time. Sitting at our office desks hunched over our computers, watching television and slouching over our mobile phones, has led to an increasing number of people with ‘under active’ glutes. Whether you are at the gym or at home, there are important exercises...

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