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Tips for dealing with delayed muscle soreness after exercise Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) describes a phenomenon of muscle pain, muscle soreness or muscle stiffness that occurs in the day or two after exercise. This muscle soreness is most frequently felt when you begin a new exercise program, change your exercise routine, or dramatically increase… Continue reading RunnersWay

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SRDTOTAL Fitness is going to give you everything you need to succeed in the 4 key areas of a successful fat loss plan: Exercise:  I put together a really special calorie crushing program specifically for the 28-Day Transformation Challenge.  This workout is guaranteed to fire up any sluggish metabolism, tighten the most stubborn body parts,… Continue reading Runnersway

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The short definition of metabolic training is completing structural and compound exercises with little rest in between exercises in an effort to maximize calorie burn and increase metabolic rate during and after the workout. FYI, your metabolism (aka metabolic rate) is how many calories your body burns at rest. So that’s the short definition, but… Continue reading RunnersWay

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Des is a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, certified health and fitness specialist (HFS) and sports conditioning coach (PES) with the American College of Sports Medicine, and the National Academy of Sports Medicine.  Having certified also as a group exercise instructor, this has allowed not only to build a successful personal training business but conduct popular group training programs i.e.… Continue reading RunnersWay

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Rosamund Beckles-James Podiatrist Bank Hall Main Road St Michael Practicing for 13 years 7 years in private practice  Foot health education and screening of athletes before local, regional, and international competitions and provide intervention where required.  Clinical Director Fit Feet Special Olympics Barbados Organise and manage screening of athletes before Special Olympics International and provide intervention where required… Continue reading RunnersWay

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Bolt’10K Training: Advanced Beginner Schedule This training schedule is geared toward runners who can run 3 miles comfortably and can run 4 to 5 days per week. Sundays and Fridays: Sundays and Fridays are rest days. Don’t ignore rest days — they’re important to your recovery and injury prevention efforts. Your muscles build and repair themselves… Continue reading RunnersWay

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Run Barbados December 2011 Nation Funathlon 10k  November 20th Runnersway Team Josh 2nd place in the under 13 Age group 58mins for the Nation 10k Run. Some of the Runnersway Team that finished the Nation 10k Tristan 2nd in Age group Customs 5k Member of the Runnersway Kids High Performance program Well done! Final Hill… Continue reading RunnersWay

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Marathon Story September 26th 2010, Bib#1926 Official Chip time 4:15:32 It was sometime in February 2010 that the Marathon talk came up…….crazy Shannon asked me if I wanted to do one and I laughed and told her I was working on my 10k and that was good enough for me. With about 2 seconds of… Continue reading RunnersWay

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2. THE NUTRIENT GROUPS Everything you eat is made up from protein, carbohydrates and fats, or a combination of these food groups – as indicated, these are known as macro-nutrients. Add in water, fibre, vitamins and minerals and you have all the ingredients required to keep your body fuelled and running efficiently – the latter… Continue reading RunnersWay

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You CAN Achieve Your Weight Loss Goals in 2015, STARTING NOW… “FINALLY!  A Proven Plan To Lose Weight Easily, Get Healthier Than Ever, Feel Amazing, and Eliminate Cravings Once and For All!” Dear Friend, It’s another year and you really want to get healthier and finally lose that excess weight, don’t you? Well, what’s holding… Continue reading Runnersway