Written by: Nick English
Of all the workout supplements you can buy, pre workouts may have the widest variety of ingredients, dosages, and effects — which is why it’s so hard to find the best pre workout for your needs.
Millennials is a broadly defined term for those born in the ‘80s and ‘90s. They came of age at the turn of the century and with the introduction of the internet. Technology has always been a factor in their daily life and as a group, they’re known for heavy work schedules with its attendant high levels of stress and fatigue. And of course, work and family pressures can adversely affect how we think, feel, and behave.
5 Ways to Recover After a Workout
Regular and intensive work out is a crucial factor to consider if you want to stay physically fit and healthy. However, if you want a quick recovery, you need to follow the right approaches to speed up the process. Here are several tips to improve your recovery journey.
From Ogliastra in Sardinia to the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica, inhabitants are leading healthy lives that weave physical activity into daily tasks. Rather than taking time out of their lives for heavy exercise, people in blue zone regions are likely to take more steps per day, conduct more light, manual activities, such as cooking and cleaning, and get a healthy amount of sleep and relaxation.
When I am walking pass the mirror , I look to see what I look like
Doing the best thing in life is to move ,working out is key!
But with staying indoors comes another concern - the lack of activity. You may no longer have access to your weights, spin classes, equipment, or like many of us, might just lack the motivation to work out.
I've been dancing for as long as I have known myself. I have danced competitively and even to have fun and alleviate stress. I mean, who doesn't like to dance? And I don't mean fancy Chris Brown moves; I mean anything that results in your body moving. As someone who doesn't like doing cardio in a gym and only jogs occasionally, my love for dancing became my creative outlet for achieving my fitness goals. It provides a full-body workout that burns approximately 250 calories in 3o minutes and also has other benefits. These include increased flexibility and balance, memory boosts, muscle endurance and improved mental health.
Well, it seems like everybody and their mother is trying to get into shape.
And in the age of COVID-19, It appears everyone has felt the effects of quarantine weight gain in one way or another.
Here's my ultimate gym playlist. I've cultivated and curated it over a number of years. It's fine-tuned, each song has a meaning, each track fulfils a role. The Spotify preview only shows 100 songs, but it's over 300 long, a perfect 26 hours of hard-earned music that you'll never have to stray from again. This is your one-stop motivational fix.
Home workouts are realistically the silver lining of this whole hectic year. When coronavirus swept in and decimated our usual routines in one fell swoop, who knew working out in our living rooms would be the endorphin filled grace we all needed?
Uuggghhh, what a year. I don’t have to tell anyone that the last 6 month have been a slow burning dumpster fire. Never have we needed exercise more than now in our anxiety ridden, and potentially isolated lives. Some of us have just realized it’s not feasible to go home for the holidays, some are out of work, and some of us are wondering if the light at the end of the tunnel somehow got stuck in traffic. I, personally, am all of those things.
Every day you wake up, open your eyes, get out of bed (sometimes) and get on with your day. Why do we do this? Is there some consistent motivation secret that you are privy to the rest of us just don't know about? Or is there another reason why we might be getting up with the same routine, day in and day out.