Some may think that in order to be healthy you need to go on a diet, but that's not always the case. I'm not saying that diets don't work, they do. However, staying healthy and fit stems down to your daily habits.
Although plateaus are inevitable, the duration of each is variable. As someone who has faced these often and overcome them each time, here are some tips to breaking past fitness plateaus and reaching the Promise land of new gains (and/or losses).
There are some exercises that I believe are super beneficial to every body. These exercises help strengthen our core: abdominal wall, back and hips.
High-intensity interval training workouts torch calories, burn fat, and build muscle effectively. HIIT is a type of exercise that involves repeated short bouts of high-intensity exercises, followed by brief recovery periods.
Next month, when the inevitable symptoms of menses seek to derail you from your fitness goals, try a different approach
Even if you wait to do it tomorrow, it's never to late to start.
But even if a six pack is not necessarily your ultimate goal, there are a few ways you can make the journey towards a flatter stomach that much quicker. It will take a lot of dedication and willpower, but it’s not unattainable.
Intermittent fasting isn’t necessarily the magic bean that will help you melt away body fat, or transform your body, but for many, it can help you lost fat a little faster and maintain body composition.
It’s not being able to walk after your first squat session, or being unable to raise your arms above your head after the first time you lift a set of 2.5 kg dumbbells.
Let’s debunk some of the myths that continue to keep women from striving for their fitness goals