Soon it’s time again. Winter and Christmas are just around the corner. For your figure it is now important to take the necessary precautions for the winter fat that occurs every year. Since the cold and rain don’t exactly increase the motivation to exercise outside, you can also do some practical exercises in the comfort of the gym or at home. Continue reading “Fitness Exercises in Winter”
Physical problems start in the form of muscle aches that gradually become contractual, and then turn into real injuries. The most affected parts are the lumbar area and the back in general, but the shoulders and neck are also involved. Sitting with your back too arched causes the classic pain we feel when we get up or bend over. Staying with the neck and shoulders in tension for long periods creates severe muscle contractual that can also cause cervical problems. Continue reading “Postural Gymnastics: The Exercises to do at Home”
Sleep well: how to rest well to feel fit! We have often talked about how a good rest is complementary to a good workout. Sleeping well helps us recover from the fatigue (of the day and workouts) and allows us to face new commitments with more determination.
Not to mention that, if you are on a diet, sleeping well also helps you resist hunger pangs. To respond well to diet and training a body must be healthy and well rested. Proper rest is essential!
Did you know that if you sleep too little, the production of gherkin, the hormone that stimulates appetite, increases? The damn will not only make you hungry but it will make you really want crap! So try to sleep at least 7 hours a night if you want a healthy, responsive and lean body. Continue reading “Sleep well: how to rest well to feel fit!”
Western culture has often identified man’s body and mind as two distinct entities, often also opposed to each other. All the most recent studies, however, lead to confirm exactly the opposite idea, namely that there is a very strong interdependence between our body and our mind (the term mind here indicates the complex of possibilities and intellectual and spirituality of an individual).
Fitness for mind
The stereotype depicts genius minds wandering the shelves of libraries and escaping the gym and sweat in every way. Nothing more wrong. Some research shows that kids who are regularly addicted to sports are better at math. Continue reading “The Benefits of Fitness for the Mind”
How to lose weight and achieve a healthy weight? What is the fast and healthy way to lose weight and regain health and beauty? Let’s find out together! It may seem strange but, between sellers of miracles on TV and on the web and the myriad of information it is not always easy to establish what is really useful and what one of the many false promises is. Continue reading “How to lose weight and achieve a healthy weight”
Workout for children: how to train your children at home. The pandemic has closed us again at home and it is difficult to better manage one’s children. It is not at all easy for them to give up going out to do outdoor activities or to practice the sport they love most. That’s why we thought of a healthy alternative to hours and hours in front of TV and video games.
These are fun and easy-to-follow workouts designed specifically to get the little ones to do some movement.
How much physical activity is needed for children and teens?
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the daily physical activity levels for the different age groups are as follows: Continue reading “Workout for children: how to train your children at home”
How to choose the smartwatch for the workout? When it comes to fitness accessories, remember that some are more important than others. In fact, they are closely linked to our performance and allow us to always remain connected to the apps that we consider essential and performing.
The versions and models of smartwatches for the workout, real travel companions by now indispensable, are many: this is why the moment of choice can be extremely complex in some cases. Continue reading “How to Choose the Smartwatch for the Workout”