Tired of the gym? Try working out in water!

You’re at the beach, or just tired of working out in the gym, or just looking for a new and refreshing way to get or stay in shape moving in water may be for you. Because it’s low impact and can easily be tailored to match your abilities, everyone from athletes to seniors can benefit from water exercise. Working out in the water can be a great way to gain cardiovascular stamina, improve strength and flexibility, enhance body contours, increase circulation, rehabilitate healing muscles, and control weight. Taking Advantage of Water You’re relieved of 90 percent of your body weight…

Our core stability training

Core training is one of the important daily exercises that you need to learn to do in order to stay fit. Just remember to that stretching is important! It is probably one of the first thing noticeable in men when such part of the body is well developed. I am making a reference to the torso specifically the abdominal area. This part of the body can be sculpt by means of what we call core training. Most people would think that core training involves the shaping of the abs. They are partly right because core training does not only include…

Make Exercise a Priority on Your Daily To-Do List

With our active lives, it is easy to put exercise and fitness at the bottom of our daily priority list because we don’t recognize any immediate negative effect when we avoid or ignore it. Of course everyone knows they should be doing some form of regular exercise, but people often believe they simply do not have the time needed to focus on their fitness by training regularly and effectively. When we were young, we had huge physical reserves, but that strength and physical capacity naturally diminishes as we age. We can slow down this natural aging process by engaging in…

Overtraining

Is it possible to get too much exercise? The answer is yes. It is known as the overtrainingsyndrome,” and the effects of it can be detrimental to your health. Overtraining occurs when physical performance decreases even though training continues. When athletes or fitness enthusiasts perform more training than their bodies can recover from, performance rapidly declines. It can happen to anyone from football players to runners, and from dancers to everyday “gym rats.” Most of the time, trainers are afraid to rest believing that they will experience setbacks; however, lack of rest- two to three days-will result in the body…