As the gyms and fitness centres here remain closed, I know most people and regular gym goers are struggling a bit at the moment and with good reason.
In this column I usually focus a lot on the physical benefits of exercise – gaining muscles, losing weight, and overall better health.
Last Sunday, I participated in a virtual meeting with some gym owners, trainers and nutritionists discussing a wide range of topics.
I’ve always enjoyed the sweet taste of fruits but lately I have been consuming them more than ever.
Alcohol consumption, Netflix subscriptions and online shopping have all skyrocketed since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you have lost or are losing your hard-earned gains owing to the closure of gyms, this one is for you.
There is no denying that improving your health can take a lot of effort, organization, planning and dedication.
At the end of July, it seemed that good news was coming, meaning local gyms would reopen as scheduled during phase 5 of this country’s reopening plan.
Looking good, getting strong, and enhancing performance are just a few reasons why people go to the gym.
With the pandemic and rising popularity of non-gym workouts, it’s important to know all the ways you can incorporate at-home tools into your training to get a great workout anytime, anywhere, and at any fitness level.
Some of us like to weigh ourselves before and then after a workout.
Your overall health follows cycles and you can take control of those cycles.
With the closure of gyms owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more people have gravitated to the outdoors – like the seawalls, the National Park or D’Urban Park – to exercise.
The gyms here are still closed owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, and like most Guyanese I’ve been home much more than I would like to be.
Today, June 21, is International Yoga Day and there is no better time to highlight the benefits of including yoga and Pilates into your training routine.
For many Guyanese, there is just something satisfying about opening a cold Banks Beer after a hard day.
(Part 2) In last week’s column, I gave some useful tips to ensure that when the lockdown is finally over, you can come out of it looking and feeling almost as good as before.
After months, if not years of training, the current lockdown situation has probably got you worried and thinking that you are going to lose all your hard-earned fitness gains.
In many countries, gyms, and fitness centres are cautiously beginning to reopen.
The May/June rains are here again and with them come the common cold, the flu, and other upper respiratory infections.