In last week’s column, new gym apparel and some of its perceived benefits were discussed.
More often than not, you’ll see a person at the gym wearing a nice workout shirt, or you’ll go for a jog and see runners wearing fancy running shoes, shades and running attire.
Exercising is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Your weight will be kept under control, you will have more energy, your mood will be lighter, and you will sleep better.
Using the same weights or machines can become monotonous and boring.
Good morning! Have you ever noticed that when you sleep well and wake up feeling rested, your day seems to go more smoothly?
Sometimes that scale will just not budge, despite what you’d rightfully consider a herculean effort.In those moments of doubt, when you’ve hit the gym regularly, dieted religiously, avoided temptations, and otherwise persevered, all to no avail, sometimes an outside perspective is key.
I received quite a bit of feedback from last week’s column, so I have decided to do a part 2 of sorts.
I get told a lot that my writing is hugely based on weight loss.
Most people are aware of the physical benefits of exercise and are also possibly aware of the health-related benefits that reduce the risk of chronic conditions.
Life is so busy in this day and age and it can often feel difficult to get to the gym, prepare your meals, go to work, spend quality time with friends and family and somehow schedule in downtime all before it’s time to get to bed (and preferably at a reasonable hour).
Dubbed the ‘Biggest Party in Sport’, the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) is back and started on Thursday in Guyana.
Training and nutrition should go hand in hand. If you want to get the most from your workouts, your diet should support your efforts in the gym and mirror your goals.
Stress is a problem that affects many of us. There are lots of different causes of stress and modern life, it seems, is inventing new ways to increase stress and, ironically, many modern innovations designed to make life easier are responsible.
Fat loss training methods were discussed in last week’s column. This week, in part two, let us dive straight into other ways and means of getting rid of stubborn body fat.
If you have been killing it in the gym with nutrition on point and still not losing fat, it might be time to welcome a thermogenic into your routine!
Recently a lot of my local friends and some who live in North America have been complaining about the sweltering heat.
We’ve all had that bloated and uncomfortable feeling when our tummy is not quite right at some stage in our lives.
If you’re lifting heavy, it’s going to take a toll on your muscles.
In last week’s column, I touched on tips for a better night’s rest and subsequently received numerous emails on the subject.
Whether in the gym or in public, I get asked a lot about tips for a good night’s rest.