More and more people are swapping gym memberships for yoga mats in their own living rooms or backyard mini-boot camps. Indeed, working out at home has many amazing benefits, such as: Convenience – no commuting and carrying around spare clothes Cost – exercise groups, gym memberships and PT sessions are sometimes hard to afford…Details
There are many factors driving people to start exercising, one of the leading ones being the desire to burn fat and gain muscle – all at the same time, please. Whilst older data suggests this is not possible, we have great news for (not so) instant gratification seekers – this is an achievable goal! There…Details
Upon entering the world of exercise, you’ve likely heard one of the following terms at least once: high-intensity interval training (HIIT), high-intensity intermittent exercise (HIIE) or sprint interval training (SIT). You’ve also likely encountered both fitness enthusiasts and qualified exercise professionals praising the approach – and you would perhaps like to try, but wait a…Details
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If you’ve been practicing yoga for quite some time now, you’ve likely noticed some amazing benefits of this activity. Best of all, you don’t need to jump on the “spiritual” side to embrace the benefits (although it may be important too!), as amazing things yoga does for health and wellbeing are backed up by science.Details
If your fitness goals include fat loss, you are very likely to face the following question at some point: which form of cardiovascular exercise is best for you? Today, the fitness world is expanding rapidly, and as a result, there are almost too many various workout types. So what to choose, HIIT, LISS. or perhaps…Details
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