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3 Reasons Bodyweight Calisthenics Are Better Than Cardio

08th May 2009
Most exercises split their workouts into resistance training and cardio training. They use weighted resistance for the resistance part and some type of monotonous exercise like jogging, rowing or biking for the cardio part. But by neglecting bodyweight ca... Read >
Author: Eddie Lomax

How Exercise Bike Improve Your Cardio Health

27th April 2009
Exercise bikes are a great way to increase your cardiovascular fitness. They offer an effective workout to raise your heart rate, which boosts your body into fat burning mode. It is important for every person to fit in cardio workouts at least two to thre... Read >
Author: Christine OKelly

The Schwinn Airdyne Bike - Obsolete or Best Choice?

24th February 2009
The Schwinn Airdyne bike has been made and sold since the 1970's. But is it still competitive compared to all the recumbent exercise bikes today with computerized workout routines built in and magnetic drives? Is there a reason why Schwinn can still sell ... Read >
Author: Al

5 Reasons Why Elliptical Machines and Treadmills are Useless Exercises

19th December 2008
I know that all of the elliptical and treadmill worshipers are probably fuming at me now after that article headline, but the fact is, ellipticals and treadmills are one of the least effective methods of working out in existence. With this article, I'll s... Read >
Author: thompson stephen

Weslo Exercise Bike Reviews What You Get And Don't Get

09th July 2008
If you already own an exercise bike and are looking to upgrade, or if you are already in shape and are looking for a machine that will take you to the next level, the Weslo isn't for you. But, for someone who's looking for an entry-level, cheap exercise b... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien

Cycling Tips For Seniors

20th June 2008
Cycling is great exercise for seniors, just as it is for any other age group. It is an aerobic form of exercise, which means a form of fitness which uses oxygen and the lungs. This type of exercise is generally very good for the heart and circulation, and... Read >
Author: Kerry Graylor

Can Stress Be Measured?

19th October 2006
Stress no doubt has been identified as a risk factor of heart disease, yet most of us will think that stress is something that cannot be seen or measured although some symptoms such as difficulty of falling in sleep, headache, bad temper, etc. can more or... Read >
Author: Ng Peng Hock
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