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”
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”
Specially in the times of the coronavirus pandemic, we should make sure that we continue to exercise sufficiently. In this way we strengthen our immune system and also do something for our psychological well-being.
This is also emphasized by Professor Ingo from the German Sport University Cologne: Because exercise gets the heart and circulation going and strengthens the immune system. Continue reading “Stay Fit and Survives the Covid-19 Pandemic Well”
In recent months, most of us, when we climb the scales, find that our weight is greater than ever. But is walking the solution to lose weight and become fit? The truth is, with the gyms closed and the rather limited entertainment options that have made us throw it away in cocooning with Netflix and food, we do not want to be deprived of the few pleasures we have left, nor do we want to push it ourselves with tough improvised diet and exercise programs. Continue reading “How fit can you be just by walking?”
If you want to lose weight, you should exercise and pay attention to your diet. But what does a healthy diet mean and which foods really help you lose weight?
Fruit and vegetables instead of chips and sweets, lots of vitamins and protein, little fat and sugar: some basic rules for a healthy diet are well known to everyone. However, there are tons of other nutrition tips to help you lose weight in a really healthy way. Continue reading “Nutrition Tips For Healthily and Lose Weight”
The number of stomach reductions is likely to continue to rise in the coming years. Every second man in Germany is overweight, i.e. has a BMI of more than 25, around one in five is obese or obese. The values are slightly lower for women. More and more children and adolescents are also affected by overweight and obesity. According to studies, the life expectancy of those affected can be reduced by up to ten years.
With pathological obesity and a body mass index over 40, it is often difficult for those affected to lose weight. Continue reading “When a Stomach Reduction Can Help”
Viruses and other pathogens can attack us more easily when the immune system is weakened. But the body’s defenses can be strengthened with simple measures. We give tips on how to strengthen your immune system during the corona pandemic.
The fact that the virus particularly attacks people with previous illnesses and a weakened immune system shows how important an intact immune system is. A healthy diet and the like do not necessarily prevent you from becoming infected with SARS-CoV-2. However, the measures help to stay as healthy and defensive as possible in times of Covid-19. Because if the body’s defenses are weakened, it is easier for pathogens – regardless of their type – to do so. We have collected advice on how to strengthen the body and soul in the corona crisis. Continue reading “Tips on How to Strengthen Your Immune System during the Corona 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”
The corona crisis is increasingly becoming a burden for many people. The contact restrictions pose a major challenge for older people, those living alone and also families.
Loneliness can make you sick
Older people in particular currently have to forego contact with children, grandchildren and friends in order not to contract the corona virus. Going to the shop is too dangerous, especially if the elderly have pre-existing conditions such as heart failure or diabetes. Continue reading “Corona Crisis: What Helps Against Fear And Loneliness?”
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”