Committing to a healthy lifestyle can be hard, but mentally preparing for this change will help you to reap the benefits of healthy living over the long-term. Here are some tips to help you commit to a healthy lifestyle.
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We’re smack bang in the middle of the chilly season – and our motivation is fading…
Try these tips from personal trainer and nutritionist Michael Hermann to boost your willpower and enhance your fitness.
If you’re about to hit the weights floor, but you’re still kind of unsure if you’re using the right weights, listen up! Knowing when to pick a heavier set of dumbbells, or add extra weight to your barbell can be tricky. You don’t want to slack off but you also don’t want to collapse under a much too heavy weight– or worse, give yourself an injury. The Women’s Fitness magazine resident PT, Libby Babet, fills you in on a few of the signs that indicate you’re ready to go heavier.
The buzz of upcoming running events around Australia, like City2Surf, should serve to remind us all, of the excitement and benefits associated with running. Functional, high intensity training and weights are definitely on trend, but the importance of balancing your exercise regime with some good old fashioned, cardiovascular endurance activity should never be overlooked.
Getting started can be quite daunting, so I’ve outlined below a few of the common running related questions I receive from clients.
No matter how much you love picking up the pace, there will always be days when you’re feeling blah, tired, a little bored, or just not in the mood to hit the pavement. To help you get back into your good-run-groove, try these tips from Katie Williams – beach flags champion and the fastest girl we’ve ever seen in real life.
Take the stress out of dinner this evening with this “15 minute Sticky Sesame Chicken” recipe. This healthy dish by food guru, Helen from Scrummy Lane combines succulent chicken pieces coated in a sticky Asian sauce with toasted sesame seeds.
Do you tend to negotiate with yourself and make excuses not to exercise; I’m too tired, too busy, it’s too cold or I’ll start on Monday? The excuse list goes on and on.
If this sounds like you, here are some tips to motivate you and get you started exercising.
If you’re looking for an easy way to improve your results, the answer could be simpler than you think. Recruit a training buddy! Here are eight benefits that you can enjoy when you work out with a friend instead of going it alone.