Speed Read: Top Stories in Fitness & Health (4/8/16)

“Speed Read” is your “go to” source for the week’s top fitness, health and wellness news – the stories you need to know now.

 


 


Treadmills and Bikes, Indoors Versus Outdoors

An in-depth look at running and cycling in different environments. While the Cybex team loves logging miles on the treadmill and bike indoors, we agree it’s great to get outdoors too. – CNN

 

How to Run the Boston Marathon Like a Pro

 

Breaking down the challenging Boston Marathon course, with insider tips on every twist, turn and hill. – Daily Burn

 

Can a Yoga Session Replace a Run?

While some types of yoga can get your heart pumping, experts say runners should generally just use yoga to complement their sport and not as a substitute for pounding the pavement. – Runner's World

 

Larger Serving Sizes on Food Labels May Encourage Us to Eat Less

A new study from Georgetown University found that larger serving sizes on food labels will cue us to eat less and may actually help fight the obesity epidemic. – Huffington Post

 

10 Workout Moves You’re Probably Doing Wrong (And How to Fix Them)

Unfortunately, not everyone has the option to work with a trainer and receive form corrections. Make sure you aren't unknowingly making some of these common mistakes. – Livestrong

 

Keep Running: Your Treadmill Asset Management Questions, Answered

Using a trusted asset management system is integral to running and maintaining a successful facility. Learn how to make the best use of your asset management system. – Cybex Blog

 

Smart is the new strong.
The Cybex Team

 

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Cybex is a provider and manufacturer of premium commercial fitness equipment. Content featured in the Cybex Fitness Blog is meant to inspire healthy living and wellness and should not be taken as medical advice. As always, be sure to consult a physician if you are unsure of your individual exercise readiness or have a pre-existing medical condition. While these programs offer great benefits, there are many considerations that should be weighed before attempting any type of physical activity.

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