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September 18, 2013 / Category: Fitness Community

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When an entire organization is dedicated to the research and improvement of a golfer’s swing, it’s only natural that health and fitness would come into play, so to speak, sooner or later.

The partnership that began between Life Fitness and Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) more than six years ago was a natural fit, with the powerhouse manufacturer of cutting-edge exercise equipment connecting with the leader in golf performance and education. The result is a healthy match, with a meeting of minds to create some of the most innovative and dynamic programming.   

Jessica Campbell
 

September 04, 2013 / Category: Fitness Community

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All year round there are a number of great races to get your blood pumping and have some fun. But which is right for you? We’ve broken down some of the biggest and toughest races in the country (and beyond) by difficulty to help you satisfy your competitive spirit, no matter what your fitness level.

Kate O'Leary
 

August 21, 2012 / Category: Fitness Advisor

There is nothing like the thrill and challenge of climbing a mountain. And although incline training on a treadmill may not be quite the same experience as hiking up a mountain trail, you can still get great results (sans the mountain air). Use these tips to add variety and intensity to your workout with incline training.

Incline Training on a Treadmil

Most treadmills are equipped with the incline feature and can reach grades of 10-15 percent. You can manually incline the tread belt to simulate an uphill workout, but many Life Fitness treadmills also come with built-in hill climbing programs that automatically take the grade of the treadmill up and down to simulate an uphill or rolling hills workout. Incline training can be a great way to increase the intensity of your walking workout while keeping it low impact or to kick your running workout into high gear.  

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