Me And The Octopus Man
I can’t remember when I first saw him. Arms flailing with every stroke as he vigorously pursued each end of the pool. As I watched from the side waiting for another lane to open up it was the way he swam that reminded me of the Octopus in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.Type 2 Diabetes and Exercise – How Important Is Exercise Intensity?
Exercise is something that comes naturally to all of us. Even if you are sedentary, you still can exercise. You may just be out of practice. Exercise intensity, however, is something we are left to figure out. You are not alone if this is a subject that confuses you. Given fitness is all the buzz lately, it has become even harder to sort out good advice from misleading information. Based on intensity, should you run or should you cycle? Should you lift weights or do plyometrics? Dance classes or fitness classes? The list goes on. And this is only the beginning.Sit and Keep Fit
Fitting everything into your demanding days can be difficult. At work we sit, then come home late and sit some more. Often there is no time to exercise. The benefits of changing what you sit on are many, and therefore worth considering. By doing this, you can sit and keep fit at the same time.Choosing the Correct Workout Music
One of the greatest motivators in today’s world is music. When working out, music plays a very important role. Music can determine how energetic you will be able to continue with the workout or how boring and demotivated it can be. There are some tips that can really help when you want your workout to not only be fun but also yield results.Exercises and Workouts – Are Three Workouts a Week All You Need?
There is a common misconception in the community in regards to exercise and fitness. Many people have been led to believe for workouts to be effective; they must be carried out without fail, every day. Some will even go so far as to believe in the “all-or-none” principle: either exercise is made a part of everyday life, or it is not worthwhile and just as futile as not doing any form of exercise. Of course, this is a misunderstanding. Suggesting a balance is not enough is utterly false. Maybe the reason why such advice is widespread is it feels good to test our willpower.