Summer is a great time to begin a fitness regime. The weather is good, and it’s easy to get outside and get active. Whether you love swimming, walking or cycling, summer is the perfect time to enjoy all of those sports. However, what happens when fall arrives? It can be much harder to get outside and being active often ends up taking a back seat. However, if you’re determined to keep up the good work and carrying out working out so you can stay in shape even when the weather has turned cold, here are some top tips to help you achieve your fitness goals. Continue reading “Tips For Staying In Shape When The Weather Turns Cold” »
No doubt, weight loss can be an daunting task for many folks. Can it possible to drop excess pounds by drinking liquids? Sound strange, but it is possible! Well, come to the point – in this article we are going to reveal the weight loss secrets, but don’t to worry, it’s no big deal. Continue reading “Top Liquids That Help You Drop Extra Weight” »
There is so much focus in society on dieting in order to lose weight, supported by an overwhelming pressure to achieve an impossibly ‘perfect’ figure thanks to social media, that we have lost sight of other reasons why we need to be careful what we eat. The notion of ‘self-care’ is another current viral trend which has a good message at its heart but is also going in some questionable directions. Diet and exercise can be forms of self-care, however only if you are doing it for the right reasons. Your focus should be on fitness and psychological wellbeing rather than losing weight; a healthy body weight is a natural result of a healthy diet, not the main aim. So, what is a healthy diet? Continue reading “How Your Diet Affects Your Wellbeing” »
For those who love gadgets, fitness watches might be something you are eyeing; but is it worth the price you are going to pay? The answer is it depends. So, who should consider investing in a watch?
If you are an athlete, where performance really matters, you may want to make the investment. Heart rate, calories burned, speed, and other relevant information can help you improve on performance. If you require this information, and need to improve on your stats, a fitness watch might be something you may want to invest in.
Know what the watch is geared for. If you lift weights, you might not need to know your heart rate. But, if you are a runner, swimmer, biker, or other fast-paced action sport enthusiast, the information may be critical. So know what the watch can do, how accurate it is, and what metrics it is going to calculate, to determine if it is a wise investment for you to make. If you are interested in purchasing a fitness watch then there are loads of retailers which sell them. I would recommend comparing some catalogues before purchasing a watch to make sure you get the best deal.
How much data can it store. How do you view the data? Can you view if you are improving on your stats? Again, if it is not going to give you the information you require to truly improve, should you invest in it? Make sure you know what the watch stores, calculates, and what information it is going to provide you, so that you truly do improve on your development in your respective sport.
Although some people simply like to own gadgets, some people truly must track performance and improvement if they are professional athletes. If you are looking to improve, capture data, and make leaps in your output, a fitness watch might be an investment to consider. But, otherwise, fitness tracker apps might be a cheaper route for those who don’t require absolute precision in their tracking for their sports.
It’s that time of year: everyone is interested in atoning for their holiday sins and getting (back) the body they want. Here’s the latest in fitness goodies that’ll help you reach your goals in 2017: Continue reading “2017: the year of the body you want (p.s. giveaway)” »