Experiencing any form of injury is difficult, you need to go for doctor’s appointments, take prescription medication regularly, and even go through rehabilitation in the form of physiotherapy. Injuries affect your ability to work out as well, which is a bummer, especially if you just started noticing the results you wanted.
Working out is a science and personal trainers are trained to understand this science. However, just signing up with a personal trainer isn’t enough to get you the results you want. Doing the exercises with correct form, putting in the energy required, and eating right are all aspects you need to work on to get the results your trainer has set for you. Continue reading “4 Things Your Trainer Wants You To Do”
While staying active should be part of everyone’s daily life to stay healthy, many individuals work out to achieve certain fitness goals. Not being able to see the results of your hard work can be very disheartening and demotivating.
Most of us have been guilty of thinking that eating less is the only route to weight loss, and that weight loss is the same as fitness.
If you’re not a people person or don’t like mingling with strangers, the chances are that you’ll have difficulty opening up to other individuals in a fitness training session.
Even though the clock starts ticking the moment you take your first breath, studies reveal that, on average, a human body starts aging after the age of 35. And while physical signs of aging—like smile lines, wrinkles, and weakened bones—are distressing, they’re nothing compared to the cognitive decline that an aging person experiences.
The need to have a beach body has led people to blindly believe and follow whatever weight loss technique they come across. While there are some reliable programs for losing weight among a mass of myths, a major chunk of them are flawed, illogical, and unhealthy.
Let’s start by talking about some depressing stats related to health and fitness. We all know that Americans are obsessed with junk food. The CDC reported that 40 percent of adult Americans suffered from obesity between 2015 and 2016.
We’ve all heard the term ‘boot camp’ at one point or another. Whether you have a fitness geek for a friend, a family member who’s joining the military, or know parents of troubled teens, boot camps have probably come up during random conversations.
Who says you can’t be fifty and look fabulous at the same time? The saying: age is but a number couldn’t be truer in this case.