Walking is one of the activities we all perform daily, but few people recognize its benefits. Fewer still understand the profound importance of walking and make a conscious effort to increase their step count.
In today’s post, we’ll go over the activity, its benefits, and why you should walk more each day.
Between sitting at the computer, driving, and watching TV, we are growing increasingly sedentary.
The average person spends anywhere fromfive to 6.5 hours seated each day,which might not seem like much, but it translates to at least 35 hours of sitting time per week and a staggering1,825+ hoursin a year.
Unfortunately, sitting isn’t great for our health, and taking active measures to minimize it is crucial for our well-being and longevity.
Water aerobics are fun, beginner-friendly, and low-impact activities you can perform to improve your health and fitness.
Unlike other forms of exercise you do on dry land, water aerobics require access to water, which reduces the stress on your joints and increases the tension on your muscles. As a result, you can train safely, promote physical improvements, and have a lot of fun.
With that in mind, let’s go over five of the most prominent water aerobics benefits:
Like most people, you’ve probably wondered which is better: free weights or machines. There’s undoubtedly been a debate on the topic with solid arguments on both ends.
On the one hand, some people recommend machine training because it allows you to focus on muscle contractions and isolate muscles better. But on the other hand, countless trainees swear by free weights as tools for superior muscle overload and the development of stabilizing muscles.
We’ve known that meditation is beneficial for a long time. The practice has been around for a long time, and countless people have used it to melt stress, become more present, and learn to control their emotions better.
But have you ever thought about what would happen if you mix meditation with exercise? For example, what if you began using meditation as a practice to cool down after training?
You’ve probably heard the expression, “Go hard or go home.” Or perhaps the more popular, “No pain, no gain.” Or maybe even, “Pain is weakness leaving your body.” Each of these tidbits is great for motivational purposes, and all of them point to one thing:
You need to work hard to make any progress in the gym. Pain is not something to fear but to embrace. So, the idea of training to failure makes sense because what else can we do to fulfill this idea of hard work? But is that truly the case? Is training to failure necessary, or might there be an easier and more effective alternative? Let’s review.
It’s no secret that exercise is a fantastic way to improve your mood, maintain good health, and reduce the risk of health issues down the road. As little as three to four weekly sessions are more than enough for most people to feel great and reap all the benefits.
But what if you’re feeling under the weather? Would it be okay to exercise then, or should you take some well-deserved time off?
March of 2020 marked the beginning of a temporary lockdown that was supposed to last for a couple of weeks, one month at the most.
Sadly for us, things didn’t turn out that way, and we couldn’t get rid of the virus as quickly as we hoped. Travel restrictions, lockdowns, quarantines, and face masks became the norm. What we saw as a given became a privilege, and many people still feel like things will never go back to normal.
To that end, we’ve put together this post to share some actionable advice you can use to treat your Covid-19 anxiety and hopefully lead a happier and more peaceful life.
Keto is one of the most popular diets today, and it looks like it’s not going away any time soon. Like most, you’re probably wondering what the diet is, what benefits it offers, and if it’s worth trying. To that end, we’ve put together this post outlining the essential points you need to know about ketogenic dieting.
Everyonethinksthey are busy until they have kids and realize how few 24 hours are.
Parents, especially stay-at-home parent(s), often have to give up on activities to leave enough time and energy for taking care of their kids. And fitness? Well, that takes the back seat for at least a few years.
Luckily, busy parents can work on their fitness and make steady progress while spending most of their time at home and raising kids. With that in mind, let’s go over three workouts for stay-at-home parent(s).