Going to the gym takes courage. The experience can be intimidating, especially if it is your first time. But that does not mean you have to shelf your plans to get back in shape.
It's no doubt that running can give your life more benefits that can help you be healthier and live longer. If you are like me, running does not excite you. It can be a daunting and terrifying task. However, you can run longer, and you can run faster, you need to build up to it. The most simple and effective way to run longer and more quickly is to run in intervals. For me, it's sprinting for one minute and walking for one minute. I do this for an hour each day.
For awhile, I have been contemplating on when would be the perfect time to start this writing series that I have been wanting to create for the longest, but it’s been hard lately trying to find the time while focusing on college and myself. Now that I’ve found the time, I absolutely had no idea how to start this series off until some amazing women gave me some ideas to start off my first story about myself and my fitness journey in order to relate better to individuals that are involved with fitness or want to start the journey of living a healthy lifestyle. So, here we go!
Going to the gym is insane, more so than one would think it is, and the working out aspect of it is the least of the worries. It is mainly now the look and feel of going to the gym. From going to the gym consistently for the past five years, there has been a huge change in the feel of it all. There have been positive changes in what the dynamics were before to where they are now, but there are also some negative things that have come about with all the trends and imaging that are being focused on.
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Cycling is a great way to get fit. It’s also an excellent form of transportation to and from work or simply around town. You can cycle alone, with family, or in a group of other enthusiasts. Whether you’re looking to get into shape or you’re trying to reduce your carbon footprint, cycling is a great activity for individuals of all ages.
Growing up, I was always told that girls should be "petite," “feminine," and stick to less intensive exercises, such as weightlifting and strength training to prevent a bulky body structure. This was even more prominent in Asian culture. With these ideas instilled in my mind, I was constantly searching for ways to "lean-out" my naturally curvy and athletic figure.
On 12 October 2019, I was fortunate enough to be selected to attend Notre x Nike's Focus on Fast event, which featured a live conversation with Nike Master Trainer, Joe Holder, Nike+ Run coach, Steve Finley, and Nike footwear developer, Chris Cook.
If you have never heard of Burn Boot Camp, I am here to educate you. To an observer, Burn may seem like any other small gym. However, if you have talked to any members of Burn Boot Camp, myself included, they will probably tell you that it is so much more than simply a gym. You may be wondering if it really lives up to the hype. Read on to find out more about Burn and the top nine reasons why you should give Burn Boot Camp a try.
With the weather biting, the sun hiding away and the days getting shorter, finding the motivation to go out and do a run is probably harder than any other time of year. So what can you do to stay active over autumn and winter?
If someone would have told me that at fifty I would be a size twelve and feel better than I have in years, I would have said you were nuts. However, I would not recommend this, but this is what worked for me. I had a sciatic nerve problem. What worked to get rid of some of the most egregious pain that I have ever felt was simple; I walked it away. Now you may say walked it away? How did you do that.
When exercising, men have two types of benches that they can use for exercising their chest muscles—the flat bench and the adjustable bench. In this article, we shall differentiate the two types of workout benches.
Most health and nutrition experts say that each of us should walk 10,000 steps each day, which is five miles. If you believe you don't have the time to get in this many steps each day, I have good news. You can make simple changes that will increase how much you walk on a daily basis. There are five simple ways to walk more each day. They are especially beneficial for those who are unable to get out and walk down a country road, go to the gym or walk on a trail. Each step you take helps keep your entire body in working order and studies say it will lengthen your life.