Walking might not be the most strenuous form of exercise, but it is an effective way to get in shape and burn fat. We know one of the most dangerous types of fat — belly fat — is also one of the easiest to lose and while you can’t spot-reduce fat, walking can help reduce overall fat (including belly fat). The key, though, is staying consistent and walking in the right heart rate zone to maximize calorie and fat burn. myfitnesspal.com has the feature..
We all know about the physical benefits of sports and exercise. If you want to build muscle, you lift. If you want to improve aerobic fitness, you might want to run… What do you do when you’re struggling with your mental well-being? myprotein.com has the stats on this one...
When you make a plan to run in the morning, you set your alarm to wake you up and you pick out the clothes and shoes you’re going to wear. The only catch? It’s getting increasingly late, and you can’t seem to fall asleep. As it turns out, even one night of partial sleep deprivation may have an effect on your performance the next day, a recent study in the journal Physiology & Behavior suggests. Runner's World has more...
With the increased popularity of intermittent fasting, what the ideal time is to stop eating at night has been hotly debated. For many years, R.D.s have been urging weight-loss clients to eat dinner earlier and stop snacking a few hours before bed. It seemed like a no-brainer, but researchers from Brigham Young University decided to put the theory to the test. Runner's World has the insight on this one!
A recent study found that people who reported lower levels of exercise during Covid than previous exercise habits also reported a decline in their mental health. You can read more over at Runner's World...
If you’ve started to notice that you get out of breath after one flight of stairs, it’s time to work on your fitness. The good news is that it won’t take that long to improve no matter what type of exercise you choose. Think a month or two, if not a few weeks, although of course some disciplines will help you improve faster than others. Coach Magazine has the full story!
Of all the roles life has carved out for me, this one has to be one of the most unexpected.
But sharing my DIY lockdown kettlebell regime on social media, primarily for the purposes of self-motivation, has resulted in an avalanche of requests for help and support for others - mainly women - wanting to do the same. BBC News has the Covid-19 story...
Home schooling. Constant hand washing. Social isolation. These past few months have been enough to move a Zen Buddhist to distraction. So if you’ve found your running workouts tougher than normal, that’s understandable. A new study in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise found that just 45 minutes of stress can impair subsequent running performance.
Runner's World has the full story..
For hay fever sufferers, running in summer can be tricky. Runner's World has everything you need to know about hay fever and running, and what you can do to ensure it doesn’t affect your performance..
Its a fact that runners get injured but this isn't due to the actual running but instead it could be down to how you train or support yourself during your running. Runners World has the advice you could need..
If you are already out there getting your step count done each day, the question might be if you are moving enough? myfitnesspall.com has a blog of interest for you!
We've all had those moments when you've lost your mojo and it even happens with your fitness journey! myprotein.com has some inspirational words!
We all know that running can make you fitter but there are also some other surprising reasons to why you should lace up your trainers and get out there! Runners World can give you 9 surprising reasons!
Cristiano Ronaldo recent health check said he was the equivalent of a 23-year-old! Click over to LADBible to read more about the diet that keeps arguably the world's best at the top of his game!
After losing over 40kg in weight, James Ward explains how using Fitbit helped him lose that weight. You can read more in Coach Magazine!
Getting your step count each day is one thing people can't get enough of but what about if its all about the speed you walk instead? myfitnesspal.com has the science behind it!
Sharing your goals with others doesn't just help with losing weight but also with anything you want to do in life. If someone else knows what you are planning and want to do, having that someone hold you accountable can help keep you on the straight and narrow! myfitnesspal.com has the lowdown!
Exercise in the morning is said to be the most beneficial for you and your body, but how do you make it all happen? Fitbit.com has some help on hand!
What is the best form of exercise? Is it running, swimming or cycling? MyFitnessPal.com has the break down to what is actually best for you!
How does a 15 minute full body workout sound to you? It won't be easy but Women's Health have it all with videos!
Angela Gerzanics was such a big McDonald's fan, that she ate it everyday! The Mirror has dropped ten dress sizes whilst losing 22st along the way.
If you wanted to start to lose weight, your first idea might be to hit the gym and get your cardio on! But maybe cardio isn't always the answer and myfitnesspal.com has more!
A family of four has lost over six stone between them after taking on family gym sessions over pub visits! The Sun has more!
Researchers from the Universities of Bath and Birmingham have revealed that exercising before breakfast can help you to burn more fat! Head over to The Mirror for more!
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