Healthy habits are not something you should squeeze into your busy lifestyle – if you don’t have your health, you have nothing. Yet, unfortunately, most of us do put our health aside in favour of completing deadlines, indulging in unhealthy habits, and making the most of today. But if our health is not a priority, then everything else will suffer. It’s about time we started giving our health the attention it deserves, even in the face of busy work schedules. Here are a few ways you can start making time for your health, even if you only have thirty minutes to spare.
To address one of the most typical displeasures of women today with their bodies, we made a list of some of the best exercises to reduce belly fat for female at home. Bulging tummies vex millions of women (and men) today. An increasingly stressful life, escalating physical inactivity, and permeation of processed food in ones daily diet, are just some of its main causes. Not being able to wear a bikini or midriff and slim-fit jeans without feeling embarrassed is actually the least of the problem. A growing midsection could be a precursor to some serious illnesses such as diabetes, hypertension and heart disorders.
No matter how long we’ve been working out and sweating at the gym, each workout is difficult in its own way. Weight loss and getting in shape is a war fought on two fronts: in the gym and in the kitchen. You won’t be able to say that you’ve reached your goal unless you get as disciplined in the kitchen as you are in the gym. This doesn’t mean that you should start fasting and get rigorous with your diet, but knowing which foods will help you get the best results will be of great help.
The focus of this blog is something that should be of interest to absolutely everybody – mental health. Specifically, the positive impact that exercise and a healthy lifestyle can have on your mental health, and what you can do to see these benefits.
After injuring my back training, I was looking for a way to ease back intro training, work my body and strengthen my back, so when the opportunity came up to review the DDP Yoga app I jumped at it.
Most of us are well aware that exercise can help to keep our heart healthy by reducing the risk of heart disease. Experts at many a London Cardiovascular Clinic would recommend 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise per week to help keep our blood pressure and cholesterol in check. There are lots of ways to achieve that and it’s especially easy when the weather is nice and you can get outdoors. Here are some of the best ways to raise your heart rate this summer:
If today an offer was placed on the table and you had to choose between going to the gym and going out for a jog, 90% of you would prefer hitting the gym. The majority of people hate running because one wakes up with stiff limbs the following day. They’d prefer going to the gym and take on strength training with weights and workout machines. However, do you know that running has greater benefits to the body that you can imagine?
Running low on motivation? Think of summer.
It hurts. You’re tired. You’re too sore. It’s too early. The gym plays rubbish music. You hate getting sweaty. You feel ridiculous and uncomfortable dressed in gym clothes. You feel fat working out next to all the skinny, fit people in that packed gym class. Is everything you’re working towards making a difference?