Studies have shown that breaking your workout up into smaller bursts of activity can prove just as effective as those longer workouts. In fact, breaking up your workouts into smaller chunks can actually help you to stay confident, committed and more consistent over the long term. Just a few 10-minute sessions spread throughout your day will add up quickly and keep your metabolism humming efficiently. It can also be much more convenient!
It’s no secret that stress has almost become a “normal” part of our lives. Between long work hours, the commute, social life, social media and trying to look after a family, many of us only have a few minutes a day to really “switch off”. With that said, the overall and compounding negative effects of stress on the body and mind, shouldn’t be ignored!
Having one night here or there of inadequate sleep might not make much of a difference but you will soon begin to see quantitative effects. In healthy individuals, sleep is just as important factor, along with training and diet, that influences your body composition.
Stuck in a rut? Or… starting to feel like the winter has gone on a bit too long this year? You may have a comfortable routine, but when you take an honest look at your week ahead, are there moments where you just feel like it’s all too predictable….. repetitive even?
We’ve got great news! You don’t actually need a ton of fancy equipment to get an awesome core strength workout. Whether you’re traveling, don’t have time to make it to the gym or simply prefer to workout in the comfort of your own home, you can mix and match these 5 exercises to get a total body, deep core conditioning and toning workout, anytime of the day.
We all have our strengths and weaknesses. We all have different goals and desire different things in life. If you have made some goals for 2017 and feel yourself slipping a bit, you may have unknowingly set those personal goals for the wrong reasons.
Society tends to put a lot of weight on romantic relationships and on finding that one right person in order to be happy and fulfilled. Did you know that research suggests that our platonic friendships may be just as important to our psychological well-being and overall health?