Guest Blog by Health Writer Emma Lawson With the hot weather out, it’d be pretty ridiculous to limit your workout sessions to the indoor joy, only. Running on the river bank, going for a swimming session, playing basketball with your mates or going for a spin should replace your air-conditioned gym time anytime. Not only
Guest Blog Post By Samantha Olivier No matter how well-planned your workout program is, one cannot achieve their desired progress without an adequate recovery process. You might motivate yourself to train harder and push yourself to the limits, but without recovery, one increases the risks of general burnout, illness, loss of motivation, and various injuries.
Flexibility is often times one of the first things to go as our bodies enter adulthood and continue to age, however, an essential component of staying fit. Can’t touch your toes? The exercises in your workout combined with nutrition, hydration, and lifestyle choices can have a huge impact on your flexibility. Click here for 7
Happy New Year! Are you setting health and fitness goals for 2016? Many of us set fitness goals that we want to accomplish in the upcoming year—and we can do it! That is, of course, if we stick with the program. The first step to setting goals is to manage your expectations with micro goals.
No matter the cause, whether you’re suffering with post-workout pain or you just spent a day hunched over your computer at work, when you’re aching, all you want is for the hurt to stop. In addition to utilizing your MyoBuddy PRO Percussive Massager to ease sore muscles, here are 5 natural cures for sore muscles
No need to let dropping temps slow down your fitness routine. Follow these cold-weather fitness guidelines and enjoy an exhilarating, calorie burning, mood-boosting winter workout! Check the thermometer. Check the air temperature and wind chill factor before you leave your home. If you’re properly dressed, it’s safe to exercise if the temperature is as low