I remember the first time I exercised after giving birth. Before I got pregnant, I had been exercising for many years, but for some reason I felt like I was exercising for the first time. That was hard. If you feel the same, don’t worry.
I’ll get used to it soon. As a certified personal trainer, I was thrilled to take on the challenge of returning to my original shape after giving birth. Here are some important tips to help you get back to your original shape. Please refer to it. Continue reading “Fitness Tips for New Moms”
Congratulations on your retirement. Now you finally have a lot of time to do what you want to do. Some people will want to exercise. After all, there is nothing wrong with exercise. It can not only lose weight, maintain health, relieve stress, fight dementia, and fight depression.
Not finished. If you don’t have the habit of exercising in the past, what kind of exercise should you do? And what kind of exercise do rehabilitates object to after retirement? Continue reading “What Sports Should I Do After Retirement?”
The controversy surrounding exercise on an empty stomach has not subsided in the sports environment for years. There are enough adherents and opponents. In the morning, the body’s glycogen stores are depleted, so during training, the body has to spend its own, from the fat layer. This is what advocates of hunger sessions appeal to: fat burns faster. Continue reading “Hunger During Exercise”
Physical activity refers to all of the movements we make during the day, such as doing housework and shopping, walking to work, and exercising such as exercising or going to the gym. Evidence is mounting that physical activity is beneficial for both the body and mind and reduces the risk of many diseases. Here are nine proven benefits of regular physical activity.
It contributes to maintaining a healthy body weight
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The Best Body weight Exercises are jump squats. Really exhausting, but also really effective! It is important that you jump off powerfully and land gently. Raise your arms forwards and stretch them backwards as you go down. Go straight to a new jumped squat without a break. It should be 15-20 repetitions. Then a short break and all over again. Continue reading “The Best Body weight Exercises”
Following some recommendations can significantly reduce the stress caused by a pandemic. It is worth using them in everyday life to keep anxiety at a level that allows you to function more easily. Here are the most important of them:
Only follow credible sources of information– too much negative news can make you feel downcast, and it’s easy to believe in conspiracy theories. Limit the time you spend researching pandemic information. Also use trusted sources: WHO or research agencies and medical societies. Continue reading “How To Deal With Stress During A Pandemic?”
Fitness studios and sports clubs are currently closed due to Corona, working from home is part of everyday life for many. Dining table instead of desk, upholstered chair instead of swivel chair – the strain on the body increases significantly.
Small exercises in between help not to tense up after many hours on the laptop. Whenever possible, you should work standing up – for example, while talking on the phone or reading. With a little training, this can even be done on one leg. Continue reading “Fit despite Corona: Exercises For At Home”
Fit and Healthy Through the Year-Regular exercise has a positive effect on physical and mental health. However, a transmission of the novel coronavirus cannot be ruled out during sport either. If you breathe heavily during exercise, the droplets produced when you exhale spread much more widely than usual. It is therefore particularly important to keep enough distance, especially when you are out of breath.
Exercise outside as often as possible this year. Sports that involve very close physical contact should be avoided. Maybe you will try something different to stay fit. Here you will find seven tips to stay fit and healthy – despite the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading “Fit and Healthy Through the Year”
Because of the Corona crisis, many people are largely at home and spend the day on the computer and the phone. Anyone who then has to forego their usual sports program or is simply less on the move will quickly notice how much they lack exercise. Our muscles break down after just a few days of inactivity. And the older a person is, the faster they lose muscles. But this can be prevented with just a little movement.
20 minutes a day is enough for this. Two minutes of spontaneous strength training every now and then helps to maintain the muscles. Continue reading “Corona Crisis: Effective Muscle Training At Home”
Postural Gymnastics: 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”