Why do we constantly ask ourselves this? Why do we make excuses when we know that it works and is better for us? We often talk ourselves out of doing exercise and waste time giving excuses. What’s yours? “I don’t have the time.” We often use this because we’re too busy with school, work, children or life in general. We rat ..
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 ..
It’s important to be in tune with your body and any changes that may occur. It’s common these days to jump onto Google and figure out what the new change could signify. Self-diagnoses is on the rise and is a concern when people are under or over estimating exactly what the issue is. Nevertheless, whatever the c ..
Doing vibration machine exercise routines can provide a full body workout in just a few easy steps. When it comes to results, the right form is everything! So set your machine to ‘TONING STRENGTH’, following these instructions closely to maximize your workout. We’re particularly loving these three exercises, but we also hav ..
Keep your body humming throughout the day, no matter whether you have work demands or trying to fit in that workout. Breakfast like a king So what works against our all-day mojo? Well, for starters it’s our breakfast habits (or lack of). When we sleep, our body is using up all the stores of energy so come morning we ne ..
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’ ..
This is the time of the week where you hit your wall at work and it brings the inescapable urge to just run back to bed and forget the world exists with its meetings and deadlines. You don’t want to even think about training today because in your mind you’re already in your pajamas. Exercising is a decision you have ..
We don’t notice it in our everyday lives, but having a strong core is linked to our balance, posture, back health and more. Core muscles are essentially the foundation to our body’s movement whether walking, carrying a bag or exercising. Sure some of us work on our mid sections for bikini seasons, but here are ..