Whether it’s because of the junk food that we eat or the lack of exercise due to our busy lifestyle, there is no denying the fact that millennials aren’t in the best of their health and fitness condition. And with the increasing number of health related problems like obesity, back pain, and diabetes, exercise seems to be the urgent need of the hour for everyone.
If you thought you didn’t have 60 minutes of time to hit the gym daily or that there aren’t too many options for beginners, here are …
If you ever thought that building muscles and fitting into your favorite clothes are the only benefits of exercise, then you are wrong. The perks of a steady fitness routine are very impressive. One can avoid chronic illnesses and can increase blood flow in the body through regular workouts.
Exercises impact positively at a psychological level also. Confidence is attractive and working out can enhance your feelings of self-worth, thus leading to increased levels of confidence. For many, this happens within days into the workout regime.
As a training can be quite intensive, an important question has emerged among those who follow this physical regime – What kind of nutrition is suitable for high-intensity trainings and what should be consumed before and after the training session? It is a well-known fact that a balanced diet is an essential part of every physical training, but even more so in crossfit as its workout requires a lot of strength and energy. This is why we have prepared for you a complete nutrition …
How many minutes or hours per week should one really have to commit to exercise and finally achieve their weight goal? Well, it depends on your desire: how much weight you want to lose/gain, how long you can spare to go the gym and run in the treadmill, what type of workout you prefer and other factors.
No more nonsense excuses. You may be busy but what’s a 30-minute exercise to squeeze in your day? Maybe get up a little earlier so you can start your day with a quick burn …
An asthma attack can be a frightening experience whether it is caused by exercise or not. For some that suffer from this condition, exercise can be a struggle. This doesn’t mean that all people with asthma need to stay away from activities by any stretch of the imagination though. With careful monitoring most people that have asthma are able to engage in sporting events and can continue to work out as usual.
Exercise asthma symptoms
The symptoms of exercise-induced asthma can include any of the following:
It is necessary to stay fit to live a healthy life. In today’s busy world where people mostly ignore their health it is necessary to take a few minutes for ourselves to live a fit life. It isn’t about going to the gym for a fit body. Exercises can also be done at home. Exercise is important for the body but most of us ignore it. Some ignore exercise due to laziness others have a busy schedule. Exercise can be started with some ease on the first day it is …
Do you often experience back pain? Perhaps it’s about time for you to try some strengthening activities. Here are top nine exercises that can help strengthen your lower back:
Lunge is a type of exercise that can help improve your control over body movement which is important in protecting your spine during running, climbing and other daily activities.
With hands on your hips and gently contracting your abs, make a big step forward using your right foot. Then position your right knee at a 90-degree angle. Push back to the …