Cardio Articles

You can be huge in the gym all you want, but if you don't have good cardio, you don't have anything. Learn cardio routines that can help you shed body fat and improve your conditioning from some of the best athletes in all sports. Whether you prefer running outdoors, hitting a treadmill or performing game-specific drills, STACK will get your heart rate up.

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WATCH: Steelers Defenders Bench Press and Do Cardio in Dress Shirts and Ties

In case you haven't been keeping up with Pittsburgh Steelers LB James Harrison's Instagram workout updates, know that he can Deadlift 450 pounds o...

The Simplest Bodyweight Workout Ever

Bodyweight workouts are perfect for athletes that are stuck at home with no access to a weight room and little, or no, available equipment. Using only...

4 HIIT Workouts That Will Get You in Shape Fast

If you're tired of doing several rounds of steady state cardio for 30, 45, or even 60 minutes at a time then it's time you learn about HIIT. High...

STUDY: 'One-Minute Workout' Gets Beneficial Results

Well, it's official: No one can claim they don't have enough time to work out ever again. Although multiple studies have shown you can reap big...

The 4 Rules of Bulking Up

Well, it's that time of year again. You know, turkey dinners and family get togethers. The time where NOT putting on weight is considered a success. The...

11 Strategies for Getting More Done During Your Workouts

When you work out, you need to get as much done as possible in the limited amount of time you have to train. Below are 11 tips and strategies that...

Alternatives to Boring Cardio Training

As soon you hear the words "cardio training" in the gym your heart sinks already imagining the long term of treadmill, bike, or stairs about to begin....

High-Intensity Interval Training: How Much Is Too Much?

People want dramatic workout results as quickly as possible. That's why High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) has worked its way into the mainst...

Are Tight Hips Slowing You Down?

The "hip flexors" are the iliacus and psoas major, but the sartorious and rectus femoris are also powerful flexors of the hip and thetensor fasciae...

9 Workout Questions You've Always Been Afraid to Ask, Answered

Ever heard the phrase "there's no such thing as a stupid question?". When it comes to exercise or body-related questions, it is absolutely true...

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