Stuck indoors? Here’s how you can get a good workout at home

Working from home offers many benefits, such as cutting out horrible rush hour traffic from your daily routine altogether. But working from home may also have some cons, such as making it easier to skip your workout because it’s more comfortable to watch TV all day than exercise. If you’re concerned about gaining weight while staying … Continue reading Stuck indoors? Here’s how you can get a good workout at home

Simple desk exercises to relieve your aches and pains

Contrary to what people might think, work-related disorders aren’t just limited to those who work in heavy manufacturing or construction. They can, in fact, occur in all work environments – including office spaces. This is because repetitive motion – such as the ones eight in 10 American office workers are prone to doing – can … Continue reading Simple desk exercises to relieve your aches and pains

Tips for working out in the morning and pursuing intermittent fasting after

Intermittent fasting and morning workouts do not ordinarily go together. However, people who want the benefits of both practices have ways to ensure that fasting and exercise work together. With intermittent fasting, people fast for 12 to 20 hours. Doing so limits the daily eating window to as little as four hours. This type of fasting helps reduce … Continue reading Tips for working out in the morning and pursuing intermittent fasting after

Move it, shake it: Increasing physical activity is linked to longevity regardless of intensity

The thought of daily grueling gym sessions may put people off of exercising regularly, but a recent review has revealed that even light exercise offers health benefits. Details of the study were published in the journal BMJ. The article bears good news, especially for people who spend hours at their desks at work and those who are too busy … Continue reading Move it, shake it: Increasing physical activity is linked to longevity regardless of intensity

Coronavirus can easily spread at the gym: Exercise outdoors instead, advise experts

As coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdowns in America stretched from weeks to months, people were forced to adapt to the “new normal.” Several businesses allowed employees to telecommute; more people learned to cook; and others stayed active by exercising at home. However, as states reopen throughout the country, some gyms and fitness centers have started welcoming clients back. … Continue reading Coronavirus can easily spread at the gym: Exercise outdoors instead, advise experts

Do you need to sweat to have a good workout?

Some people believe that a great workout should leave you tired and sweating buckets all the time. But according to health experts, sweating doesn’t always indicate a successful exercise routine. Why do people sweat? Sweat evaporates from your skin to prevent your body from overheating after a grueling exercise. If you don’t sweat after an arduous workout session, you … Continue reading Do you need to sweat to have a good workout?

Need a workout that is quick and easy that you can do almost anywhere? Jumping rope gives you a full-body workout in 5 minutes

Jumping rope is a common children’s game, but if you’re too busy to go to the gym, this game can help you stay fit. Incorporating this fun and challenging activity into your exercise regimen will give you a quick but effective full-body workout. Jumping rope as an intensive full-body workout If you don’t have hours to … Continue reading Need a workout that is quick and easy that you can do almost anywhere? Jumping rope gives you a full-body workout in 5 minutes

Fads come and go but traditional exercise remains: Experts recommend an hour walking, swimming, or cycling, even if you’re doing high intensity strength training

Personal training experts recommend that a combination of low-intensity training and high-intensity training will lead to better fitness and health results. They explained in an article published on the website Daily Mail Online why low-intensity workouts are as important as high-intensity workouts. Low-intensity sustained state (LISS) cardio exercise is equally important as a high-intensity exercise for maintaining fitness. … Continue reading Fads come and go but traditional exercise remains: Experts recommend an hour walking, swimming, or cycling, even if you’re doing high intensity strength training