From Marathon To Ironman: Expert Advice

If you’re a marathoner, you know that running 26.2 miles is not for the weak and undisciplined. But what you may not know is how close you are to becoming an IRONMAN triathlete. Yes, you read that right. If you are a marathon runner who is feeling ready to expand on your accumulated fitness, an […]

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Things You Must Know Before Marrying A Runner

“Run fast, Run slow,  Run far, Run close, JUST RUN” Well, this is what a runner believes in. To them running is not just another form of exercise for a healthy life but their life itself revolves around running. They know that like exercise changes your body, running changes your life. So how does life […]

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Neha Mishra Transformation Journey with Fitso

Dr Neha Mishra is a formidable force to reckon with in her workplace, a reputed hospital in Indore, as she runs from one ward to another. As she healed patients and spread smiles, she did not let anyone in on her prolonged struggle with weight. For years she had been trying to lose weight and […]

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Health Myths That You Must Give Up Now

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He is fool who believes in everything he hears, without even caring to find out whether or not any logic governs it. Being human is to inherently use the reasonable bent of our mind and not accumulate anything that is rumoured around in our mind. From superstitions to myths, despite the paradigm shift in modernity […]

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Gary Robbins- Story of Barkley Marathon 2017

Barkley Marathon, the 100 mile, legendary race which runs through the thick woods and difficult terrain of Frozen Head State Park, is considered to be one of the most challenging races in the world. Its annual entry limit of 40 runners, secretive registration process and the requirement of collecting pages of books on course to […]

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5 Signs that You are Ready to do an Ironman

The decision to take on an IRONMAN race shouldn’t be made lightly. No matter what shape you’re in as an athlete, going after the full deal will require commitment, training, and preparation. While everyone’s starting point differs based on athletic ability and multisport experience, there’s one part of the process we all face equally: the […]

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The Horrible Truth of Drinking Diet Sodas

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Any restaurant or an eatery you go, the most common thing we find on the menu is fancy soda drink names. It’s unfortunate to see kids consume these with so much fervour that even water seems repugnant to them. Not to mention my own daughter who is equally fond of these diet soda drinks, that […]

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Cashew Nut : Best Natural Anti-depressants

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If you oftenly feel depressed, don’t think about medications right away. Cashew Nuts are the best cure for your problem. Cashew Nuts are one of the healthiest foods known in the world. Many of us are not aware about the numerous benefits they offer and only a few percentage of natural benefits medicines database is […]

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Drink Based On Thirst Rather Forcing Yourself

Have been following this advice of gulping 8 glasses of water daily thinking that it’s good for us? Not exactly correct according to the research, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences in the United States of America. Actual amount of water needed depends person to person. Find what it does to our brain […]

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Quick Tips for Athletes Training in the Heat

Many IRONMAN races are either in the late summer or early fall, which means some intense weeks of training will be smack dab in the middle of the hottest months of the year. The heat puts extra stress on the body in a rested state, let alone when you’re tackling a hill climb. Understandably, heat […]

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Debunking The Six Common Swimming Myths

Ask a group of triathletes what they dread most about racing and they will often cry out, “the swim!” Many triathletes come from a running or cycling background and find the swim to be their weakest link—the discipline that holds them back from achieving their potential. Unfortunately, their frustration with swimming is often reinforced by […]

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