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Gymboss Blog

Gymboss Blog

  • Posted 08-24-2020
    In Workouts & Running

    For many runners, just finishing a half marathon is an incredible achievement. Training to run 13.1 miles takes a lot of commitment and dedication. Once you complete a half marathon, no one will ever take that amazing accomplishment away from you. If you have already done a few half marathons, you may be seeking to improve your time. In fact, many runners get addicted to the possibility of improving their race times and they thrive on consistently getting faster. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 08-08-2020
    In Workouts & Interval Training

    Jumping rope has got to be one of the best low-tech exercises you can do for your fitness. Depending on how intensely you work out, you can jump rope to develop aerobic or anaerobic fitness, improve your coordination and agility, or burn fat. It’s no wonder that rope jumping is such a big hit with boxers and other fighters. To jump rope, all your need is a rope (duh!) and enough space to spin it. Because of this, you should have no problem jumping rope at home. There’s no need to buy an expensive rope either; a standard $10 PVC speed rope is more than adequate. Here are three of our favorite Gymboss jump rope workouts. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 07-20-2020
    In Workouts & Kettlebell

    A lot of people are under the mistaken impression that they need to spend hours in the gym to get fit, build muscle, or lose fat. And while it’s true that you CAN use long workouts to reach your fitness goals, short workouts can be every bit as effective. These are three ten-minute kettlebell workouts for which all you need is a single kettlebell and your trusty Gymboss timer. They all feature kettlebell swings, which is arguably one of the best bang for your buck kettlebell exercises you can do. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 07-08-2020
    In Workouts & HIIT

    Time is arguably the most valuable commodity. Forget gold, diamonds, and even titanium, time is where it’s at! A lot of people are guilty of wasting time, and that’s their choice. But, for the rest of us, time is something we often don’t have enough of. After all, you can’t make more time, and once you’ve run out, there is nothing you can do about it. Lack of time is a common barrier to exercise. When time is short, workouts are often the first casualty. That’s because a lot of people wrongly assume that, to be beneficial, a workout needs to last an hour or more. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 06-11-2020
    In Workouts & Running

    If you are looking to improve your running speed but are a little bit nervous about speedwork, then this Dirty Thirties Sprinting Workout is definitely worth a try. Sprinting, even for short periods of time, improves your leg speed, cadence and power. Therefore, in order to become a faster runner, you should add a weekly sprint workout to your routine. Continue reading →

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