Many of us are guilty of skipping breakfast because we’d prefer an extra ten minutes in bed, right? But doing this regularly whilst trying to maintain a healthy diet and training regime can be damaging to your progress!
Have you ever sat and wondered how the hell some people seem to be able to just work out? Like, how can they always be so motivated? Surely they must be freaks of nature?
Next up in our series of workouts for women, is the guide to squat alternatives. We seem to get caught up in the same routines when we’re working out, and if you think about it, it’s actually no good for us to perform the same movements week in week out.
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.
So we’ve all heard of the placebo effect right? The idea that you can actually heal yourself, or treat illnesses through the power of thought. Doctors will often use placebo medications to harness the power of the mind and help patients recover from ailments naturally.
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!