Today, people spend large amounts of money on procedures such as liposuction in order to remove fat and keep their body in good shape. They’re ready to spend even up to $5000 simply because they believe that staying fit the natural way is too painful. But the truth is, staying fit can be quite enjoyable and absolutely painless if you know what you’re doing. And is there a better way
Are you determined to start exercising again, but worried about the risks? The French Federation of Cardiologists has issued recommendations for people of all ages and all levels of fitness that shed light on some common myths about getting back to an exercise regimen. Before resuming a sport, you should have a medical check-up and an effort test. True. Preferably you should get a comprehensive check-up before resuming sporting activity.
When it comes to exercise and fitness, the general consensus is straightforward: get optimal results as quickly as possible, while investing as little time and work as possible. It’s the philosophy of efficiency which dominates one’s quest for becoming a healthier, more physically capable, and more confident version of oneself. However, most people are stuck in a loop of long office hours, house work and juggling various everyday tasks, all
Age should never be a hindrance to doing most things and starting exercise later in life actually makes you keep going longer. You don’t have to be “over the hill” after 40 or 50. There is some evidence that shows a relatively healthy person embarking on his journey to fitness at an older age does not succumb much to wear and tear like his younger counterparts. It makes sense because
Many people think that getting fit means devoting your life to the gym and slogging it out for hours. And unsurprisingly, that can be pretty off-putting. But increasingly we’re realising that short workouts can be much more effective than long ones, if you just know what to do. It turns out that just a minute’s exercise a day can have a hugely beneficial impact on your health. According to a
Although you already know that exercise is good for you, you probably aren’t aware how it’s good for you. Not only does regular and frequent exercise offer a lot of health benefits, but it also enhances your state of mind and contributes to your general well-being. However, despite knowing this, many people don’t include workouts in their schedules, constantly making up new excuses. If you’re one of them, perhaps the