One thing that seems to be very popular at the moment, is the 30-day beach body challenge. You generally see them start making an appearance and trending on social media as the days start to get longer, and most of us get our summer holidays booked in.
Starting a new fitness regimen can be daunting, and often there’s so much to think about, you can end up feeling a little overwhelmed with it all.
The more you research, the more confused you become. This is usually caused by conflicting information from websites, social media, friends, family, and seemingly, every Tom, Dick and Harry.
It’s a myth that getting fit has to cost a fortune.
We always see the rich and famous trying new fads on social media, but the truth is, there are SO many things you can do to get fit for free.
Here’s our guide to the best ones!
The legs are the most troublesome area for most women and some men when it comes to weight loss. The legs are also generally difficult to slim, as they’re typically one of the last places you deplete the fat stores, through diet and exercise.
We know you’re gonna be making new year’s resolutions tomorrow, and we also know that statistically 80% of those resolutions will be broken by February. We’re used to hearing it, we all are, and we’re sick of it.
Just what will it take for you to stick to your ‘new year, new me’ plan? Here’s our advice for keeping to those all important resolutions; 1. Don’t be over ambitious When setting your diet and exercise goals for 2018, its important to be realistic. Its necessary to consider where you’re at now in terms of health and fitness, and be honest with yourself. That way you can set achievable targets for the year.
As the Christmas season approaches its easy to bury our head in the sand and refuse to think about life after the 25th December. We’re looking at exercise tips to help you start off the new year with this week, and if you’re one of the motivated few with a plan to get fit in 2018, we at hamers360fitness, can help.
Now it’s not hard to believe that 90% of people are happier in the summer than the winter. The weather is cold and often rainy in the North West, daylight hours are numbered and the stress of Christmas begins to ramp up.
In the run up to the festive season temptation is everywhere. You can’t walk into a supermarket without 500 packs of iced mince pies staring you in the face, cheeseboards around every corner and not to mention the festive tipples which are always on offer.