Do Saunas Help or Hurt Sore Muscles?
Don't bet on it
Don't bet on it
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I got myself a sport watch and it came with a chest strap. I'm tempted not to use the strap because heart rate training seems difficult. Any tips for making it simple?
I know I need some help with my current workout regimen, but I don't know where to start.
I'm an endurance athlete and I feel like if I can't get in at least an hour, working out is pointless. Is there any benefit to training if I have less than 20 minutes to do it?
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