Top 5 Must Do’s for Getting Fit
Any sensible person will know that moving suddenly from a life of ease and comfort (lazy?) to a strenuous, active lifestyle will almost certainly lead to injury. This article will state the obvious, and often overlooked “must do’s” of beginning exercise, before you get started.What Makes a Great Fitness Challenge?
Fitness challenges are happening everywhere in homes, facilities, and on social media platforms. Not all challenges are created equal and some are downright silly or dangerous. Fitness challenges ignite your motivation and can launch your health and energy to a new level. The question isn’t whether or not to do a challenge. Rather it’s, “What challenge shall I begin tomorrow?” Here’s a list of helpful criteria for choosing the one that is right for you.The Vital Importance of Getting Enough Exercise Every Day
In today’s information rich society, you probably are well aware that exercise is the hallmark of a fit and healthy person. Today’s sedentary lifestyles can be dangerous and even deadly in some cases, but how much exercise is enough to significantly impact your fitness and health levels? And, if you are just starting out, what can you reasonably do to make a difference? This article examines whether we really do get enough exercise and, if not, what lifestyle changes we can make to address the issue.Could Massage Therapy Improve Your Golf Game?
Massage therapy can do a lot of things for you, it can improve physical performance, can aid your recovery from injuries, and it can help you relax and reach a good well being. Massage therapy can do many things for you and your body but can it improve your golf game? In short yes it can. Just as massage therapy can enhance your athletic performance it can enhance your performance in golf. With the right programme and techniques there is no reason why you can’t improve your swing, fitness, practice time and recovery from injury.How Recover After Running Marathon Races And Run Faster
As runners we all have an aggressive and competitive edge which makes us want to jump right back into training after a big race. However, this is not advisable due to the risk associated with not giving our body the proper recovery time. Learn how to gradually condition yourself for training after a marathon so you can get back to your normal pace and eventually run faster.