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Racewalking is like power walking on steroids. In fact, elite racewalkers can move as fast as most people run. The exaggerated arm-pumping and hip swaying actions are a bizarre sight to behold, but racewalking is a slightly lower impact alternative to running that gets your heart rate higher than walking does.
Exercise and eating healthy are key to a healthier, fitter lifestyle, but there’s something to be said for small changes as well — ones that can make a big difference if you make them into regular habits. This graphic is packed with them, starting from when you wake up in the morning to how you wind down for bed at night.
We’ve seen chair-based workouts before, but those just have you sit and step on a stationary chair. Trainer Kaisa Keranen amps up this idea with a quick workout that takes advantage of the best part of your office chair: the wheels.
Recent years have seen a surge of personal trainers who train people over the internet. This isn’t (always) a scam. Many online trainers are qualified, experienced virtual versions of the real deal who can help, and often more affordably than in-person trainers. Here’s how to find the right one for you.
For as long as we can remember, water has been the bane of every electronic’s existence. But some gadgets, like the FRESHeBUDS Pro Magnetic Bluetooth Earbuds, are starting to challenge that.
For a limited time, Lifehacker readers can get the FRESHeBUDS Pro Magnetic Bluetooth Earbuds for just $52.99 AUD [$39.95 USD].
Breaking up long hours of sitting with stretching or walking breaks sounds very nice in theory, but putting it into practice is easier said than done. Well, here’s a yoga routine that takes you only three minutes to complete. (Plus, you don’t even have to leave your desk!)