Have you ever walked in the streets and then came across this plump fat bodied person who was struggling to walk and seemed to be in the gasps for breath? This is a very common feature in the streets as many people have failed to utilize the body building exercises. It all begins with ignorance and some curiosity; which killed the cat, with people refusing the lightest of the exercises.
Great athletes are often born, not built. Usain Bolt was without a doubt, the fastest 3rd grader, 8th grader, and 10th grader at his school. Of course there were people in his class who probably trained harder and ran the track more often. They might have even had cleaner diets, and wanted it more than Bolt did. However, thanks to genetics and circumstances, Bolt reached the apex of his sport, winning multiple gold medals and shattering world records, while we’ll never hear of those schoolmates who outworked him a decade ago. In track, as with most sports, the tools you are both with will dictate your success.
Tired of the same old treadmill, starting at the same TV screen, while you work to burn the same 300 calories each day? Why not spice up your cardio? Here are a few tips for getting more out of your cardiovascular training and keeping it fresh in the meantime!