Just as no diet works for everyone, there is no move, exercise, or sport that is enjoyed by everyone. Each person is a world to discover and explore, and it is beautiful to know that each one of us works differently, uniquely and in a very special way. It is a way of knowing ourselves better, experimenting with our body, and understanding what makes it happy, what it needs, and what it deserves.
In the previous article we tackled how to do push-ups properly, the different kinds of push-ups, how to enjoy doing it, and its benefits. In this section, we move from the theory to the practice, I will review the potential issues we may encounter as well as future steps.
It was the end of summer and, together with losing a few pounds, going from one to 100 push-ups was my best complimentary fitness goal. But, rather than, how I did manage to do so, some of the most intriguing questions were … How do I know I am doing push-ups correctly?, and how can I, a person who was not a fan of working out at all, make of doing push-ups something that is actually enjoyable?
Some people have managed to get more than enough exercise done into their daily routines but most have not. One of the biggest barriers to regular exercise is that it can be difficult to find the right time to do it. Our modern life style can be so busy that can easily take up most of our time. Here are a few more tips on how to integrate fitness into your very busy schedule.
"A man too busy to take care of his health is like a mechanic too busy to take care of his tools" Finding time to exercise can be difficult, especially after a long time of inactivity, but it is worth every minute you can invest in it. Not only is it great for you, but it sets a powerful example for other people including your own children. When your children see you moving, they want to move too. Here we have put together a few tips on how to fit exercise into your daily routine, no matter how...
I have described earlier the most fundamental features of my new friend, and the good news is that I can now tell the world that I am so lucky because I recently realised that my friend has all those amazing qualities. But luckily, those are not the only features it has. Here are a few more:
Aerobic exercise (lower intensity training: jogging, running, cardio) increases your endurance and cardiac health while anaerobic exercise (higher intensity training: weight training, calisthenic) will help you burning a bit less fat than the aerobic one but it will also help you gain lean muscle mass. If you are trying to lose weight faster, Virtual Personal Trainer recommend you to do it the most efficient way, that is, mostly focusing on aerobic exercise. However, if you are intending to...
There are some approaches that may produce better results for you than others depending on your goals and body type. So if your end goal is to lose weight or rather is to gain muscles, this raises the question: what is the best exercise I can do? While there is not a simple answer, aerobic versus anaerobic exercise could help you a lot on how to approach your final goal.
Is it really possible? Here is the thing, you want to get fit but you do not want, or not have time, to join a gym, or maybe you are just an independent person. Or maybe you already have a gym membership but you are busy to make it in a regular basis or can not even make it at all. If this is your case, then you are all set up to work out and getting fit at home. The question is ... can you really have a decent workout at home? And the answer to this is .. of course you can!