You have finally managed to lose all the extra weight, or are very close to reaching your goal weight. Congratulations on your hard work! Now on to the next step- weight maintenance, and with that comes the big question. How do you maintain weight after losing it? How do you keep weight off for a lifetime?
Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) usually happens between 6-48 hours after you have fatigued your muscles during exercise. Once you master these muscle soreness recovery tips, muscle pain after a workout is something you will experience less and less.
Almost every person who has recently taken up a healthy lifestyle wants to learn how to increase metabolism for weight loss. You are reading this because you are also in search of answers to metabolism-boosting foods and just how to increase metabolism and burn fat fast.
Have you ever said to yourself or others, that you’ll start working out on Monday, and when Monday comes, you just don’t know how to motivate yourself to workout?
Do you ever look for workout motivation tips because you do want to workout but just don’t know to get started?
Today we are doing real-talk on gym tips and workout tips for beginners because the amount of gym intimidation in most fitness centres is such a huge demotivating factor for newbies.
So often, this ultimately results in the beginners giving up on going to the gym and their fitness journey.
If you want to start pounding the pavement and are looking for the best running tips for beginners, you are off to a great start! The awesome advice that will be shared in this post will put a pep in your step and change your mindset about running.
Winter weight gain is real and unless you are a bear or squirrel, there shouldn’t be any need for you to go into fitness hibernation in winter. Your focus on your fitness goals in winter should be as solid as any other season. Exercising in winter may seem impossible especially if you are reading this from under your duvet but if you are truly determined, you can totally avoid seasonal weight gain.
As someone who has been prone to cellulite since I can remember, I have searched high and low over the years for the best way to reduce the appearance of cellulite on the thighs and bum. After trying a thousand remedies and cellulite creams, my searches have finally yielded successful results as far as reducing the appearance of cellulite and some of the easiest ways are cutting down on dairy, sugar, and bread and also using bio oil for cellulite.
Some of us can testify that we have on numerous occasions received unsolicited fitness advice in the gym. There are two sides to this. Some of the advice is legit while the rest is just broscience. The solid and legit fitness advice is welcome because it saves us, especially beginners, from making cringe-worthy fitness mistakes.
Nowadays, there’s always someone selling a diet that ‘works’, skinny teas that will help you lose massive weight and so on. If you are female and want to dive into strength training, you will hear repeated choruses about how lifting weights will make you bulky; that you will practically turn into the incredible hulk should you attempt to lift any weights heavier than the lovely pink and purple dumbells designed for ladies. If your knowledge is limited, you will spend your life believing these common fitness myths.
Joan Venter considers herself a late bloomer in the sense that fitness and living a healthy lifestyle became part of her life only after her kids had been born. Joan started to train regularly only in her late 20s. Up till then, she never had an interest in exercise or getting fitter as she deemed herself an academic and always had her nose in books. But that all changed once she got into it and has never looked back, except for the time that she was involved in an accident and had to undergo operations. Today at the age of 54, Joan Venter still trains six days a week and reveals her training splits in this Fitness Chat.