It’s no surprise that eating healthy has loads of positive benefits for your body, mind and general wellbeing. When we eat well we feel good, when we feel good we’re happier, when we’re happier we’re more productive. The follow list is a basic guide to the 10 healthiest foods
Many women avoid weight training because they feel it will make them big and bulky. Instead they spend their time doing cardio, thinking it’s the only way to get the feminine shape they seek, but this is simply not true.
Setting yourself fitness goals and starting a plan is one thing but keeping motivated is a whole other thing. Just knowing exercise is good for you doesn’t always mean it’s easy to go to the gym. If this is you, then look at a few proven methods that could help
We’ve all been there, we’ve set ourselves the goal to exercise regularly and make ourselves fitter and healthier. However, for many of us it becomes increasingly difficult to form a habit and before you know it, the goal falls flat. Here are some tips and tricks to ensure your goals and fitness aspirations succeed
A lot of people choose group exercise as their main source of exercise. Why wouldn’t you…with an instructor it takes to guess work out of knowing what to do, it’s motivating and training as a group means you are more likely to push yourself harder. However to get the most out of your training you should be looking to mix up your classes throughout the week, ensuring you give time to training strength, cardio and flexibility. Below is a basic guide on how best to plan out your classes over a 6-week period
Researchers have found that resistance exercise can work just as well as cardio training to treat depression. Depression can have a host of negative effects on our health, affecting more than 300 million people worldwide. On top of that sufferers are more susceptible to type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular and Alzheimer's disease