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  • 7 Ways To Make Your Work Life Healthier
    7 Ways To Make Your Work Life Healthier
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    If you're guilty of mindless snacking and not moving an inch in the workplace, one of the biggest killers in modern society is sedentary living. Technology has infiltrated our careers and social activity so much so, that it's seemingly impossible to function without it.We're addicted to immediacy and information at our fingertips, and with that, comes lots of sitting and staring. Office workers: your eyes are potentially glued to a computer screen for a third of the day or a quarter of...

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  • Best Spin Bike Reviews and Indoor Cycle Comparisons for 2019
    Best Spin Bike Reviews and Indoor Cycle Comparisons for 2019
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    Indoor cycling bikes like the Spin Bikes by Mad Dogg Athletics, the M3 Plus indoor cycles by Keiser, and A.C. Performance cycles by Schwinn are among the most popular and effective pieces of exercise equipment available. You’ll most commonly see these types of bikes at the gym, but these indoor cycling machines are great to have at home as well. Our reviews will help you decide on the best indoor bike for home use. What “Spinning Bike” and “Spinning” Really Mean (Important!) Though a lot of...

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  • Power Rack / Squat Rack Review & Ultimate Shopping Guide
    Power Rack / Squat Rack Review & Ultimate Shopping Guide
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    If you’re serious about working out at home, then you’re going to want some form of a power rack or squat rack in your garage gym in order to get the most out of those workouts. You’ll need somewhere to rack the bar for overhead presses and heavy squats, and you will need something with safety spotters for when you bench press and squat so you can confidently go heavy when alone. You also need a pull-up bar, and those are already built into a power rack. So, call it a power rack or power cage...

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  • Burn 500 Calories In An Hour
    Burn 500 Calories In An Hour
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    Looking for exercise that will help you burn upwards of 500 calories an hour? There are a variety of workouts/exercises that will torch the calories and help you lose weight.end: author banner section end : authorheader image : mobile bodyend: header image : mobile bodystart : intro paragraphLooking for exercise that will help you burn upwards of 500 calories an hour? There are a variety of workouts/exercises that will torch the calories and help you lose weight.end :...

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  • 5 Training Mistakes Every Runner Makes
    5 Training Mistakes Every Runner Makes
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    It has often been said that one of the biggest challenges of running a race is actually making the start line! Your chances of standing on the start line fit, healthy and ready to roll are massively improved if you train smarter and not necessarily harder.end : intro paragraphend : article headerstart : authorstart: author banner sectionLouise Damen end: author banner section end : authorheader image : mobile bodyend: header image : mobile bodystart :...

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  • 11 Inspirational Quotes To Help You Train Harder
    11 Inspirational Quotes To Help You Train Harder
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     Need a boost to your motivation? The inspirational quotes may be just what you need to get your back on track.end : intro paragraphFound yourself in a workout slump? Finding it hard to make yourself hit the gym or go training? Don't feel like you can win that race or match? Well, check out our favorite quotes. They will help give you that extra power and drive you to push through and keep working hard.“If it is important to you, you will find a way. If not, you’ll find an excuse.”...

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  • How to Become a Trainer/Coach to the World's Most Elite Athletes
    How to Become a Trainer/Coach to the World's Most Elite Athletes
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    Dr. Michael Camp is a highly accredited and recognized physical therapist and performance enhancement specialist.He graduated from the University of Maryland, with a Bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and a minor in exercise physiology. Upon graduation, he went to Osteopathic Medical School, then changed careers and earned his Doctorate in physical therapy.Today, he is continuously courted by many top pros to design their strength & conditioning programs. He’s known as someone who can...

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  • Overcoming Exercise Excuses
    Overcoming Exercise Excuses
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    Overcoming Exercise ExcusesWhen you first start out exercising it may be hard to find motivation and easy to find excuses to get out of a training session. Read on for our guide to overcoming those exercise excuses.If you’re struggling to fit exercise into your life because of time constraints or a lack of motivation - or if you’re unwilling to pay expensive gym membership fees - then all is not lost ... There are plenty of ways in which you can get motivated to keep fit without...

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  • 7 Shocking Facts That Will Make You Never Skip A Gym Session Again
    7 Shocking Facts That Will Make You Never Skip A Gym Session Again
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    Fitness Training Motivationstart : article headerstart : article title 7 Shocking Facts That Will Make You Never Skip A Gym Session Again Want to make sure you never skip a gym session again? Read on to find out why it pays to work out. Want to make sure you never skip a gym session again? Read on to find out why it pays to work out.end : intro paragraphThere are hundreds of excuses we can make NOT go to the gym. From ‘forgetting’ to bring our running gear, to...

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  • 'Bruiser! Bruiser! Bruiser!': from school gate to fight club
    'Bruiser! Bruiser! Bruiser!': from school gate to fight club
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    Julia Schaefer’s fight name is Bruiser. “Because I bruise easily,” she qualifies. “Not because I cause bruises.”But that’s probably not true.In early July, before a crowd of hundreds at Norths Leagues Club in Sydney, a cheerful chant of “Bruiser! Bruiser! Bruiser!” rises as she enters the room. A camera trails Schaefer as she half-bounces, half-swaggers down an aisle, stopping to wave at her school-mum friends and blow a kiss to her husband. She is patted down (“presumably for knives – I...

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  • Cutting 300 Calories Improves Health in Nonobese People
    Cutting 300 Calories Improves Health in Nonobese People
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    Mountains of evidence show that people who are obese can benefit from eating less and losing weight. Now, research suggests that even healthy, nonobese individuals may reduce their risk for chronic health conditions, including type 2 diabetes and heart disease, simply by cutting 300 calories per day.The two-year study, published in July 2019 in the journal The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology, found that people younger than 50 who had normal weight or were overweight, and had healthy...

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  • The Best Foods for Diabetes in the Summer
    The Best Foods for Diabetes in the Summer
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    If you’re looking for hydrating foods that won’t spike your blood sugar. Nonstarchy vegetables are some of your best options.“Nonstarchy vegetables are rich in water. So as important vitamins and minerals,” Tracy explains. “They’re also a good source of fiber and are lower in calories and carbohydrates than other foods. And that is great for blood sugar control. Aim to make half your plate nonstarchy vegetables.”Mitchell agrees. Noting that many times people think fruits are the foods...

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