Excercise General Health Swimming Training Workout

Swimming and Running – Match made in Heaven?

Swimming and running compliment each other in so many ways it really should have been clear to me earlier on that paring the two was going to be very beneficial. Lets look at some of the ways that swimming and running work together to provide maximum results. Impact: Let’s face it, running is a high impactContinue Reading “Swimming and Running – Match made in Heaven?”

Healthy Food Nutrition Recipe

Cilantro-Lime Shrimp Tacos

So maybe not the lowest calorie option for Tacos but you will have to admit that these are just delicious. Ingredients 3/4 pound medium shrimp, peeled, deveined, and cooked 1 (15-ounce) can black beans, rinsed and drained 1/4 cup sliced scallions 1 medium diced peeled avocado 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 1/2 cup bottledContinue Reading “Cilantro-Lime Shrimp Tacos”

Excercise General Health Running Swimming

Run to Swim, Swim to Run

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle goes far beyond daily exercise. It is a routine, a culture that demands a balanced diet and psychological stabilization in addition to physical workouts. Unfortunately, many people today overwork and damage their muscles by working out too frequently or by doing a repetitive task at work without taking a break. A well-studied wayContinue Reading “Run to Swim, Swim to Run”

Excercise Training Workout Workout Routine

Returning to exercise after an injury

The key for a successful return to running is allowing the soft tissues to have the chance to adapt. One of the most common frustrations for any experienced runner is making a successful return to running after being sidelined with an injury. Even for a fairly efficient runner, the act of running puts considerable stressContinue Reading “Returning to exercise after an injury”

Swimming Training

Rotator Cuff injury and swimming

Competitive swimming takes a tremendous amount of discipline. For some swimmers, this can include multiple swim workouts in one day. It is no surprise that some swimmers make thousands of revolutions per week with their shoulders. This predisposes swimmers to microtrauma, the mechanical wear-and-tear of the shoulder joint and the structures that move it. TheContinue Reading “Rotator Cuff injury and swimming”