Lower back issues are one of the most common injuries amongst the general population who undertake physical exercise programs. Here are ways how to fix and avoid it.
Lower back issues are one of the most common injuries amongst the general population who undertake physical exercise programs. Here's why it's happening and how you can fix it!
How to get better sleep and change your life? Here's a dead-simple strategy for calmer nights, more energetic mornings, and greater productivity.
Fast training doesn’t necessarily equal fast results. By slowing down, you can actually speed up your results and have greater results across more domains than just calories burned. Here’s the most simple way to convey this approach.
Before you continue to lose faith in the fitness industry and give up on your dream body, here is how you can make some quick assessments and decisions as to whether or not the next gym is going to live up to your needs and provide value for money.
How many times have you said this to yourself? If you take a second to reflect on this, would you give the same advice to someone who wanted to see an accountant or financial planner? Yes, we have some athletes who are “rich” in their athletic ability, but most of them didn’t start like that with us. They walked in as total beginners, learned the fundamentals in a safe and controlled environment and were held accountable to doing the things necessary to achieving their goal.
Doing any sort of exercise is better than no exercise at all, however, wouldn’t you agree that if you’re going to do the hard work of getting up, getting to the gym and flogging yourself for 45 minutes each day, you would rather the path of least resistance that yields the most results?
15 weeks without the gym requires a strategy. Whilst some of us have trained, it has probably looked and felt a little different because not all exercise and training is created equal (physiologically speaking). Reconsider trying to undo 15 weeks of bad habits in a single week by applying the following steps.
Have you ever set off for a goal only to self-sabotage or relapse back into old habits? Most people know what to do in the broad sense but why then do so many of us fall off the tracks and back into old habits? If you want to know why, start with this.
Do you remember in school when you would copy the person next to you, only to find out they didn’t have a clue either? So you’d both end up with shit marks? Well, when you’re copying the people you see on Instagram, you’re doing the exact same thing as you did in high school. Here's what you should do instead.