Blogs about Endurance

Tuesday, January 01, 2019 • Denton, TX 76201
Jim Rowe's Blog
The first time I “rode” up Canary Hill nearly 10 years ago, I walked huffing and puffing the whole way. Canary Hill is a short, but challenging hill in Hurley, NY. The climb is just over 1/3 of a mile, but it packs a wallop. It starts at 13%, a third of the way up the slope increases to 34%, at two thirds you get some respite at 27%, and then it finally levels out at the end.
Friday, September 15, 2017 • Lutherville Timonium, MD 21093-7303
FitLife with Larisa
The importance of cross training involves combining strength, endurance, flexibility, mobility and mindbody disciplines on a weekly schedule is a key component to avoiding a fitness plateau along with injury prevention. We as humans fall easily into a habit of doing the same routine and our bodies adapt and adjust to the comfort and ease over time. Also neglecting other areas of fitness can lead to injury and overuse.
Sunday, November 06, 2016 • Portland, OR 97229
Jacqueline's Blog
Active aging, being physically active, exercising regularly and staying engaged in life are important in the maintaining our function, health, fitness and perfomance. But, face it, when we get older, the body is changing and the exercise program we have been doing may not be appropriate when to maxizing function and fitness is the goal.
Sunday, August 07, 2016 • Maywood, IL 60153-3328
Train With True
One of my favorite basketball coaches had a phrase "fake hustle" he loved to use.  If you're into sports you've seen it before.  It's the guy that lackadaisically dives after a ball after it's ALREADY gone out of bounds.  It's the guy that misses an easy layup and commits a foul on the very next possession trying to make up for it.  How about the guy that botches the play drawn up in the last time out, then feigns an ankle sprain and looks at the bench like "Coach, I need a sub!"?
Tuesday, January 12, 2016 • Bakersfield, CA 93309
Dawn Baker's Blog
Have you ever wondered, what makes us do what we do? Is it the body chemistry? Is it a result of our surroundings? Is it all just hard work and mental toughness? What is it? Why do some people just seem to have it? Maybe it’s in the books one reads, or the ability to maximize the potential that we all have in us. We are all destined to be great in our own areas. I decided to share examples as part of the proof in greatness and how it is achieved. 
Tuesday, June 02, 2015 • albany, NY 12204
Jeff Miller's Blog
I've talked about the five physical pillars of a good golf swing before: flexibility, balance, strength, endurance, and power. In previous weeks, I've talked about strength, balance, and flexibility, and this week I'll address endurance, and what you can do to improve yours.