It’s the end of another busy work week and it’s hard enough to get out of bed let alone go exercise! Felt this before? You’re not alone, fatigue is a very common complaint. Now this might sound strange but exercising is a great way to boost your energy, not sap it! Your body rises up to meet the challenge fo ..
1. Make a plan The best way to make time for exercise is to have a written plan. Decide on the best time and schedule it. 2. Wake up early Get up 30 minutes earlier than normal to walk on your treadmill (http://www.cardiotech.com.au/treadmills)or around the neighbourhood. 3. Make housework count Mop the floor and ..
Starting a fitness routine or even embarking on a new one can be a little daunting. It's hard to know where to start when there is so much choice and advice out there. Never fear, we've broken it down for you so taking the first few steps is easy and also motivating enough to keep wanting more. Knowing where you start It& ..
Spending more of your day standing could reduce the risk of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer. Research is showing that the impact of sitting all day as the average office worker does for six hours or more can be associated with a whole range of health problems, from obesity to diabetes to cancer. What’ ..
My all time favourite exercise for weight-loss is fasted cardio! Why? Because in a fasted state your body is forced to tap into it’s fat stores as it’s primary source of fuel which equals more fat burning for you! How? First thing in the morning when you wake up, drink a tall glass of fi ..
We have all been there… enjoying a glass of vino with dinner or out with friends. Unfortunately it can undo all the good things we accomplished throughout the week. Like clean eating, or that cardio session on the treadmill. So what does it take to burn off alcoholic drinks? And some of us might be wondering what drinks have the ..
Running is known to be one of the best forms of cardio, and helps work out your entire body. It’s proven to be effective for blood circulation, muscle strengthening, and most importantly - the heart. However, just because it’s good for you doesn't mean it’s easy. Sometimes it can even be intimidating. That i ..
As our to-do lists get longer and longer, "working out” can be one of those chores that gets pushed down the list. Especially if it is a chore for you and isn't your idea of fun. But having a treadmill or another piece of equipment in your own home is a great way to get set up and break the cycle of procrastination. Here we will show yo ..
No doubt the headline has many of us hooked … “Just how does this work?” I hear you ask. “And can I really go at my own pace?” Well according to research in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, you can slash your risk of death from cardiovascular disease (CVD) by 45%. The study monitored ru ..
There are plenty of theories out there on how to work out. And it’s a good thing that we’re all having these conversations and putting thought to living a more active life. But there are a few myths that may sway some people into doing things that may not necessarily make them fitter or healthier. So here are a few from PopSugar&rs ..