This is a topic which isn’t written about much. Depression and anxiety are real and we read that exercise can lower stress levels and people can benefit from the “happy hormone” that is released in their brains after they have exercised. All this is true, just not for those who suffer from depression or anxiety. […]
In this video I am illustrating an exercise which will strengthen the glute muscles on either a chair or stability ball. It’s also a good exercise for lower limb amputees. I am showing two variations of the exercise.
In today’s video, I am illustrating an exercise that strengthens the shoulders, abs and upper back. This exercise is for all people on every fitness level and age.
You can listen to this article and others, on my podcast channels: Google Podcasts, or Spotify or Breaker or RadioPublic or iTunes Losing weight when you are 40 years and older, becomes a real struggle. There’s a lot of factors coming into play when you are trying to lose weight in these years. Medical things […]
Joint pain is a discomfort (pain) that you experience in your joints, which are where two bones connect with each other for example: wrists, knees, hips, shoulders, fingers, ankles and toes. Do you notice how many joints you have in your body? Now try to think what is should be like for someone who lives […]
The fad of counting your steps each day, have become extremely popular along with fitness tracking devices. Everyone is keeping an eye on their watch, to see whether they had or will be able to reach the 10 000 steps mark for the day. Although these fitness trackers are great with regards to getting the […]
A friend of my husband and I, shared with me this morning on how he struggles to “get going” at home with his exercise routine, since he can’t visit the gym no more. He’s now working from home, like many are due to the Covid-19 epidemic, which have lead him to only exercising at home. […]
The image above is a guideline on generic heart rate zones during exercise, for people of certain ages. These days everyone who has a fitness tracking watch around their wrists with the functionality of taking your heart rate will be able to use a chart like this. A few years back, I had a Polar […]
Mobility Oh no! Here she goes again! Unfortunately, it’s true in this. When your mobility sucks, then you are going to feel it in your back. It’s going to hurt every time you do the kettlebell swing. So in which joints of the body, sits the problem of mobility issues when it comes to kettlebell […]
Fitbit has released information (1) based on data collected, that physical activity has decreased in this time of lockdown due to the Covid-19. In the next image, you can see how the physical activity has decreased in each country, with data collected ending 22 March 2020. If I read the article of Fitbit, I wonder […]