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15 Quick Workouts For Halloween

Two whole seasons of no workouts? To me that seems like a lifetime, and it can really set you back on your goals! Instead of cuddling up with a blanket and a book, try one of these five methods to keep on track. Dress for the Cold The main concerns with working out in the cold are hypothermia and frostbite . <br>Source: http://caloriecount.about.com/5-tips-successful-fall-winter-workouts-b615203

He has a clean bill of health, coach Rick Pitino said Friday. He can play all-out at the end of the month. Pitino said Ware has been cleared to begin basketball workouts immediately, but while he may be physically ready to return to the court, Pitino cautioned he may still need to get past his injury mentally. As Pitino noted theres a mental barrier Ware may need to overcome, and thats something many elite athletes who suffer serious injuries need to address in order to complete their comeback. The question now is whether or not Ware will miss any games due to the injury. <br>Source: http://collegebasketballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/10/04/louisville-guard-kevin-ware-cleared-to-begin-basketball-workouts/

http://www.maxworkoutsreviews.com Studying Too Hard Could Hurt Your Workouts (but It's Not an Excuse to Stop Studying, BTW!)

Shes the voice behind with a Side of Sneakers , a blog with a real-life take on healthy food and fitness. Follow your Favorite Bloggers: By "Following" a blogger on Babble, you will receive notifications in your Facebook Ticker when your "Followed" blogger posts an article on Babble. Simply log in through Facebook and click "Follow" whenever it's available. Q: How is Following different from Liking someone? A. <br>Source: http://www.babble.com/body-mind/15-quick-workouts-for-halloween/

Louisville guard Kevin Ware cleared to begin basketball workouts

So why are people becoming so addicted to sweating profusely? "I think most people assume that when you sweat more, you're getting a better workout," says John Porcari, Ph.D., program director at the Clinical Exercise Physiology program at University of Wisconsin Lacrosse and executive director of the La Crosse Exercise and Health Program, who has conducted research on the safety of hot yoga. "Plus, people obviously sweat more with these heated workouts, so I think there's a relaxation factor there, too." 6 Yoga Moves For Athletes Perception vs. Reality You'll almost certainly feel like your workout is more effective when you're doing it in a hot roomresearch shows that your perceived level of exertion increases in the heat, says Porcari. <br>Source: http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Wellness/hot-workouts/story?id=20398962

What You Need to Know About Hot Workouts

(Pretty sure I experienced exactly this with today's less-than-awesome workout. Moving on.) See more: The 10 Prettiest Hair, Nail and Makeup Looks for Fall 2013 The researchers also say that these results may have interesting implications for how we deal with our thinking processes. For example, let's say you're able to train yourself to study for that test or figure out that work proposal more quickly and effectively. Maybe then you'll be able to send messages to your muscles that they're not actually tired at all. <br>Source: http://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-living/studying-too-hard-could-hurt-workouts-not-excuse-151700156.html

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