Getting into cardio to the point where you’re running every day is an accomplishment, but eventually, you may want to toss in a little strength training to switch things up a bit. This can be intimidating at first if you aren’t sure where to start.
Christmas is a busy time for many people. It also tends to be a time of year when indulgence is nearly mandatory. This is exactly what leads so many people to make decisions to lose weight and get fit in the new year. While you might think that the Christmas season is the worst time possible to visit your local fitness centre, that’s not true. The gym can work in tandem with the celebratory season and we’ll explain how.
There is a huge difference in the way that we work out in our 20s versus how we should be working out in later decades. That high-intensity Crossfit routine might not suit you as well at 35 as it does at 25, though. Turning 30 means a lot of things, including that your fitness needs are
Life is busy for most of us. It’s hard sometimes to fit in the workouts you want to do. That doesn’t mean you should just not do them though. You just need to find a workout that’s a better fit for your schedule. Ever thought about circuit training? You should. Let’s talk about why.
Opinions on fitness topics are like smartphones: just about everyone has one, and most people are going to think theirs is better or more valuable than someone else’s. When it comes to workout times, everyone will tell you why they think their morning, evening, or midday workout routine is the right
A lot of fitness classes and marketing efforts are aimed at the younger generations, for somewhat obvious reasons. However, as you age, your body needs that exercise just as much, if not even more than it did when you were in your 20s. If you’re late to the workout game, don’t stress about it. There are plenty of ways of starting a workout routine in your 40s, 50s, and beyond.
Everyone knows the obvious way to skip the gym when you’re too busy-- just don’t go. What if you still want to get your workout in, but you don’t have time? Maybe you’re going to be out of town for meetings and won’t be back before the gym closes. Regardless of your reason, there are plenty of ways you can make up for skipping the gym on those hectic days.