If used right, supplements are a great thing to incorporate into your diet and can help improve your sessions and your performance. But what supplements are there and who could use them?
We often associate keeping fit with long gym sessions, lots of sweat and lots of jumping around but it really isn’t. The charity run/walk & Cycle that I did in March 2020 proved that to me.
So you want to lose weight and you’re wondering if you should be doing weights or cardio. You want to lose weight in the fastest time possible and don’t want to be wasting your time doing the wrong thing. So which do you choose?
Low and Behold, its that time of year again; January, the month of fresh starts. After gauging ourselves on mince pies, turkey dinners and mulled wine, January presents a chance to forget all of that and start over. Hereby, the premise of a new year’s resolution is born.
It's never easy being a teen in an adults world. No difference can be found in the world of fitness. Where do you start? In this article I cover some basic strategies for coping with "fitting in" as a younger adult.
Something I hear from the same person a month or so later is ‘Alex, how come I’ve put 5lbs back on, what’s gone wrong’. This is a classic example of how ‘fad’ diets work. They work amazingly for a few weeks but then as but then as soon as you stop you start piling the weight back on. These diets tend to be very extreme and hard to maintain.
January is when people flock into the gym; determined to get into the shape of their lives. But is getting into the shape of your life really the most important thing this year?
'I don't have time to work out'. 'I haven't got enough time to go to the gym'. Time or hereby a lack of is the number one excuse for not going to the gym. Not having enough time is the reason most people say they can't achieve their fitness goals. But what if I told you that 30 minutes is all you need. 30 minutes a day.