Getting into cardio to the point where you’re running every day is an accomplishment, but eventually, you may want to toss in a little strength training to switch things up a bit. This can be intimidating at first if you aren’t sure where to start.
There is no time better to join a gym than when the New Year is dawning. With a new year coming, it’s an ideal moment to make changes you’ve been considering for the last few months. Getting healthy and being more fit can cause serious changes in your life that can kickstart being the person you want to be. While it might be intimidating to start, the good news is that you won’t be alone.
Christmas is a busy time for many people. It also tends to be a time of year when indulgence is nearly mandatory. This is exactly what leads so many people to make decisions to lose weight and get fit in the new year. While you might think that the Christmas season is the worst time possible to visit your local fitness centre, that’s not true. The gym can work in tandem with the celebratory season and we’ll explain how.
Holiday seasons are notorious times when we lose ourselves when it comes to how we eat. We can do so well all year, eating right, watching our portions, taking in tons of fruits and vegetables, but then Christmas time comes, and we drop the ball. And why wouldn’t we?
This Christmas consider giving a little back to yourself. Life gets busy and things often get put on the back burner, but that doesn’t have to be the case with your health and fitness. While you’re out shopping for the perfect knick-knack for grandma and the best new toys for your nieces and nephews, consider joining a gym and giving yourself the gift of some “me time”.
Summer is coming to end and with that the hot, sunny weather will fade. Next, we’ll have Autumn followed by winter. Winter can be really rough on your skin. The cold, dry air strips your skin of its moisture making it much more important for you to find ways to hydrate & moisturize your skin. You can certainly do that with tons of products that cost you lots of money, but you can also do it with foods.
There is a huge difference in the way that we work out in our 20s versus how we should be working out in later decades. That high-intensity Crossfit routine might not suit you as well at 35 as it does at 25, though. Turning 30 means a lot of things, including that your fitness needs are changing. Here are some fitness tips to make the most of your fitness and health in your fourth decade:
Life is busy for most of us. It’s hard sometimes to fit in the workouts you want to do. That doesn’t mean you should just not do them though. You just need to find a workout that’s a better fit for your schedule. Ever thought about circuit training? You should. Let’s talk about why.