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.
Excuses are like opinions-- everyone has them. In the decades since fitness classes and gym workouts have become commonplace, trainers and fitness coaches have heard it all. Making excuses is easier than making an effort, after all, and we’re only human. When life gets hard, the gym usually gets put on the back burner. Here are some common gym excuses and how you can help yourself avoid them.
Opinions on fitness topics are like smartphones: just about everyone has one, and most people are going to think theirs is better or more valuable than someone else’s. When it comes to workout times, everyone will tell you why they think their morning, evening, or midday workout routine is the right choice. Which, though, is actually best for your body and for getting the results that you want?
A lot of fitness classes and marketing efforts are aimed at the younger generations, for somewhat obvious reasons. However, as you age, your body needs that exercise just as much, if not even more than it did when you were in your 20s. If you’re late to the workout game, don’t stress about it. There are plenty of ways of starting a workout routine in your 40s, 50s, and beyond.
To create a place for everyone who needs a good workout routine or programme, many new fitness trends and programmes are catering to different workout styles and fitness needs. One of the hottest trends in fitness right now is Orangetheory Fitness, but most people
Are you ready for the spooky Halloween season? If you want to take that excitement into your workouts at your favourite gym, we have some great Halloween themed workouts for you. The entire month of October is a pre-Halloween for many and if you are part of those numbers,
Every year, millions of fitness-related New Years resolutions are proclaimed by people around the world. This usually results in the creation of various exercise programmes and fitness trends that are designed to capitalize on the growing demand for alternatives to a traditional workout.
Exercise can’t stop the ageing process, but it can provide a lot of good health benefits at any age. A regular fitness routine in your fifties can help with things like depression, heart disease, high blood pressure, and other age-related conditions or health issues.