Promising yourself to lose weight every year? Most people do not give their bathroom scale a lot of thought. You step on, and you step off. However, if you’ve noticed inconsistencies in your weight readings it can be a sign, you’re doing something wrong. There are many variables both inside and outside of your body, which can affect the accuracy of your weight measurement. We’ve narrowed down a few practices which will help you get the consistency you’re looking for.
Feeling sore after you're latest workout? While we anticipate the soreness and cramps, it is also important to recognize the signs for when to put the pedal to the metal and when to pump the brakes—and actually do it..
If you’re someone who loves staying fit, you’ll probably be aware of the process of tracking and monitoring your weight and its benefits. However, with our busy schedule, it can be easy to lose track of your current health situation. Depending upon how much you exercise, the process may vary from person to person, and with the advent of digital technology, tracking progress is only getting easier and beneficial to your training.
Are you guilty of spending the majority of your day at your desk without moving? With millions of us still working from home, it’s easier to fall victim to a busy workload, and in the blink of an eye, hours have passed without having left your chair. Your home is probably much smaller than the office you used to work in. So with meetings now taking place virtually and nowhere to go, you’re probably moving a lot less than you used to.
When you’re thinking of losing weight or just need to examine however healthy you are, you’re most likely to do one of these 2 things: tread a scale or calculate your BMI. However, we often fail to realize that these two methods are not exactly enough to tell you how healthy you are.
Exercising regularly and feeling stronger and healthier is one of the wonderful things our body can do. Wouldn’t it be amazing if we could track what was actually going on inside our bodies?
Summer is here, and things are starting to heat up! Whilst we welcome the warmer weather and sunshine, heading to the gym, going for a run or doing another workout is not the first thing we want to do. It’s hot and sweaty, and the thought of purposely making yourself sweat anymore may sound like pure madness. But if you are determined to stick to your workout plan, you need to be prepared.
Studies have shown it’s much easier to stick to your goals if you share them with someone else. If you can find a friend who has similar goals and a similar fitness level, you can motivate each other to get through each workout So, whether it’s your partner, bestie or sibling, here are just a few benefits of why working out together can help.
Don’t you just hate it when you aren’t able to do something productive or even just clear out all the clutter that has been captivating your mind? While it’s tempting to hit the snooze button when your alarm goes off in the morning, imagine how amazing you’d feel after you successfully throw on those running shoes and head out the door. Yes, we’re talking running.
There is a lot to love about running, it's a great way to keep fit, keep your mind healthy, and best of all it's free – all you need to get started is a good pair of trainers! However, getting started can be a little intimidating, and you might find yourself getting out of breath or exhausted quite quickly. Don't let this put you off. With regular practice, you’ll see yourself improving surprisingly quickly.Whether you’re a newbie to running or are dusting off your running shoes after a long break, we’ve got some tips to help you get going and avoid injury.
When you are training with a specific target or goal in mind, taking a day off can feel like cheating or slacking but, it’s the opposite. More isn’t always better. Rest days are just as important as giving it your all during your workout. Rest is essential for helping performance, preventing injury and aiding recovery.
When it comes to burning energy, muscles are like engines. In terms of fitness, your muscle mass plays a vital role. Keeping an eye on your muscle mass with the help of muscle mass scales is important, because having too little or too much muscle mass can cause all kinds of problems.