Tips For Better Weekend Workouts

Posted by on June 19, 2013 at 3:50 AM

Cowboys wrap up offseason workouts, ready to take revamped defense to training camp

Exercise to your workout: You drive to your workouts during the week to allow as much time for your actual workout, so on the weekends, use the extra time to burn more calories by walking, running, or biking to the gym. Get sweaty: You may not have time to shower after your workout during the week, so on Saturdays and Sundays do as intense a workout as you can, with no worries about how stinky and sweaty you get ? you'll have a relaxing shower to look forward to afterward. Explore: A more flexible weekend schedule means you have more time to travel to your workouts. Go some place new to hike, run, or bike ride, or hit that yoga studio across town everyone's been raving about.
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Pre-draft workouts can take toll on NBA hopefuls

?A lot of guys have a visit here lot of position flex and versatility to what they can do. We just feel like our veteran players fit into it and our younger players fit into it, and we?re excited to really see them play football come training camp.? The Cowboys poured a lot of resources into cornerbacks last year, trading up to draft Morris Claiborne in the top 10 and giving Brandon Carr a $50 million free-agent contract. They?ll be expected to generate more turnovers. Dallas is essentially starting over at safety with the new scheme.
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"I have energy," Boynton declared, "but I think (it was) for the other guys because they've been doing back-to-back workouts." As Southerland explained, the actual work on the court does not factor as much into the fatigue, but the travel from city to city can be a taxing experience. "I'm not really tired, just a little banged up and plane rides. Those plane rides are killer!" Southerland said. "I'm 6-8 and cramped on a little plane seat ? so it's the worst." The tiny jet seat sure did not make 7-footer Colton Iverson's recent trip from Chicago to Los Angeles a pleasant journey.
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