Monthly Archives: July 2013

Don’t Follow The Same Exercise Programme If It’s Not Working Or Causing You Injuries!

Are you spending more time in the gym and getting worse results – or even worse getting hurt? The first goal of a well-designed training programme should be to not get hurt while training. Everyone should work with a Personal … Continue reading

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Do You Need A Personal Trainer?

There’s a reason movie stars and financial moguls use personal trainers: The benefits of working with a personal trainer is one of the fastest, easiest, most successful ways to improve your health and fitness. In fact, the benefit of personal … Continue reading

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Adding Sufficient Sleep to Four Healthy Habits Further Lowers CVD Risk

Getting at least seven hours of sleep a night further lowers the risk of CVD events- on top of the lowered risk from following four traditional healthy habits according to a large, population-based study in the Netherlands published in the … Continue reading

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Are You Struggling To Find Time To Exercise?

Managing your time successfully is one of the most important things you must become good at if you want to shift stubborn body fat and get fit. If time constraints are controlling your health and the way you look then … Continue reading

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How To Change The Way You Look At Exercise

Our perceived lack of time dominates the reason why we put off exercising regularly. Below are a few ways to fit in exercise around a busy week. Turn your commute into a workout Set your alarm early Do a lunch … Continue reading

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Change Your Mind-Set About Exercise!

For many people the thought of doing regular exercise to help them look and feel better puts them off because they have misconceptions about what is required to bring about positive changes. The ‘no gain without pain’ philosophy has fuelled … Continue reading

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