"Change doesn't happen overnight."
This is a tough time for everyone there's no denying that. But desperate times do call for desperate measures and just because we are all stuck in quarantine due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak doesn't mean we get to slack off. (Ok we do a little bit). Perhaps it's my new found motivation since being on Trikafta... or perhaps it's because I'm stuck at home with nothing else to do... or it could simply be my narcissistic personality shining through as I pretend to be a tip-top person. Nevertheless, as I have nothing better to do i decided to try and improve my exercise regime. I don't have enough will power to do it on my own so I bless modern technology and use apps. Here are some of my favourites fitness apps that I have been using even pre-isolation:
Finding ways to maintain health and fitness can be daunting tasks when locked away for an indefinite period of time. However, with a few easy adjustments, you could be well on your way to achieving your goals.
I used to be what I like to call a yo-yo exerciser. I’d go through phases where I have to work out every day (or sometimes even twice a day), and then a month later I’d mope while tying my sneakers for the first time in two weeks. Exercising was about much more than just the workout. I tend to feel a little silly doing full body workouts in front of strangers at the gym. While I didn’t completely cancel my membership, I’ve found I work out best when I’m alone. Home training in my living room is my happy place.
Several pieces of equipment get required while training for boxing or weightlifting. Without this equipment, it gets difficult for beginners to carry out their training smoothly. And thus they have to face a lot of trouble in this regard. In this article, we will talk about knee pads, their benefits, and their use.
To be really honest: How much do you like your gym? Not really that much? No wonder – over 30% of every Gym members never actually go to the gym. That’s not all just down to them being unfit or couch potatoes. Most of us just don’t really like gyms. They are crowded, noisy, the music is hardly to everyone’s taste and the showers... well let’s just not talk about the showers.
Depending on where, how often, and how comfortable you feel on a bike, you may not think biking for exercise is a good choice for you. However, there are many different types of bikes and there is one out there that will fit your needs. There are bikes for people who prefer biking on flat roads, rocky inclines, sand, or even snow with additional options for beginners through advanced. This allows you to choose the best option not only for where you want to bike, but also for what level of biker you are. In total, there are five different categories of bikes, each with their own benefits and downsides. However, no matter which bike is best for you, all bikes will let you exercise and improve your fitness.
You stocked your fridge with tofu and oat milk, added in a workout regimen, but you still are frustrated with your physique. Let’s start with the good news: embracing an (unprocessed) diet rich in whole grains, vegetables, fruit, beans, legumes, nuts, and seeds gives you a huge advantage. This lifestyle will fuel your athletic performance, help your muscles recover quickly, and remove unhealthy saturated fats and cholesterol from entering your body. If you just care about healthy weight loss without any consideration to muscle, athletic performance, or aesthetics, you can stop here. Weight loss will happen seamlessly. However, if you want to tack on some lean muscle or sculpt your body, some extra planning and knowledge is warranted.
There’s a lot of debate when it comes to stretching about what is the best way to improve flexibility. Some believe that doing the same stretches every day will provide the best results while others suggest that doing so could do more harm than good. This leads them to believe that you should vary your stretches every day.
Have you ever noticed how the physiques of world class sprinters and athletes involved in similar disciplines are looking for muscular, ripped, and defined than ever?
We’re currently living in the midst of what people are referring to as the ‘digital age’. Everything is seemingly based around online connectivity, with smart phones, tablets, and devices reigning supreme. While this tech is not without its flaws, for the most part it can offer us a wide range of advantages. The fitness industry in particular, is benefitting hugely from this technology, thanks in part to apps. HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) workouts are currently all the rage, and for good reason. HIIT has been found to be incredibly effective when it comes to getting in shape, which is why there is now such high demand for apps, tools, and resources designed specifically with HIIT in mind. If you’re looking to get in shape, here’s a look at some of the more popular apps, tools, and resources currently available.