Your body shape can actually tell you what type of activity is best suited to you, helping to make the most of your natural talents.
There seems to be significant benefit derived from exercising on an empty stomach, contrary to popular belief.
Being physically active on a regular basis is the key to good mental and physical health.
The means by which to build a strong core seems to be a confusing and misunderstood issue, so to achieve it properly, a knowledge of abdominal anatomy is necessary.
Not only is resistance training important to prevent against conditions like osteoporosis and posture problems, but it is also the only way to ensure you develop a body that is metabolically active throughout the day (not just when exercising).
Mainstream advice tends to suggest that better results occur with high volumes of exercise, but this isn’t the truth as recent research shows.
Most people don’t seem to know what they’re doing when they hit the weights area of any gym so I thought it a good idea to unpack best practice for weight training to help you get the most out of your time at gym
What does it take to develop yourself physically; to achieve the ‘body’ goals you set out to achieve? I think the trick is how you use failure.
Our lives, our work, our play has gotten more and more sedentary and this is a major problem for us as humans – will we be known as the coach potato generation?