Chances are that December and January involved family, friends, fun, time-off and relaxation. Christmas time and the festive season is truly an amazing time to get together with the people closest to you and unwind from the year that has just passed. But with the festive season usually comes a bit of over indulgence in food, drink and all things enjoyable. We are all human, everyone tends to go a bit over board during this period. Now that we are into the new year it’s time to get back on the wagon and prioritise your health and fitness.
Below are my top 8 habits that if followed will change your life, mind and ability to tackle bigger change. It’s important to note, none of these things are expensive, take lots of time or are hard to do. I believe every human regardless of his or her fitness goal should be following these habits daily. I also believe that if these 8 things are done every day as an absolute non-negotiable, it builds a platform from which massive success can be achieved in further, more advanced health and fitness goals. By doing these consistently, not only will you be in physically better shape but also you will be in a superior mindset that will help in every area of your life.
Whether you’re a beginner at the gym or you just don’t have much fitness knowledge, group fitness classes may be your solution. Joining a class can help build a foundation and structure that you can use to fuel your personal health journey for years to come.
What can pairing up with a partner do for your workouts? Quite a bit, according to experts. Read up on the science and get motivated to grab a friend and start a new fitness routine.
Tired of humdrum chicken legs? Add an Asian flare. A tamari-based marinade with garlic and ginger infuses the chicken meat with zesty flavor. Served on a bed of coleslaw with a spicy peanut sauce, then garnished with sliced avocado, lime and cilantro, this meal is an exotic trip without leaving home.
I’ve joined the Virtual classes in April since the first lock down started. I enjoy the varieties and well balanced classes offered each week. Because it’s virtual, I have the convenience and time flexibility to try most of the classes and include my favorite classes into my daily routine.
I am very grateful to be part of the virtual Element fitness community and it has been great doing virtual classes with the crew at Element during lockdown in Melbourne. I have enjoyed the interaction with all the instructors and other members. It is hard to stay motivated when you exercise at home by yourself so having virtual classes really help
Lacking motivation or need a fresh start? Look no further than these tips to get you back on track at home during COVID19.
Finding your happiness in these times are indeed very tough, but there is light at the end of the tunnel especially with cases declining rapidly in Victoria! It’s so important to look after yourself, friends and family. Everyone is doing it tough or knows someone that is. Make sure you check in with not only yourself but others as it can be that one conversation that makes someone’s day or helps them change negative thoughts into positive thoughts.
It’s then no surprise that adopting The Rock diet and workout plan isn’t a matter of access as much as it is a matter of conviction. Well, that and a decent budget, since you’ll be spending a lot on food. Should you take on this training regimen, however, you might one day flaunt a body like the one he did in “Hercules” or “Fast 5” or any other movie he’s been in because he’s pretty much always fit. But are you up to the task, young go-getter? Let’s find out.
If you grew up in Australia, you grew up eating roast lamb for Sunday lunch. All over the country ovens are roasting legs of lamb, with all the trimmings. These succulent fragrances can instantly slingshot us back to our childhood and this highly anticipated family meal.
Cold nights just got a little warmer. Once you’ve experienced the complex, gentle spices and rich textures in this low-carb version of the traditional Hungarian shepherd’s dish, you’ll always know where to turn on a chilly evening. Hearty. comforting. And oh-so easy.
Anyone who has watched the NETFLIX special on Michael Jordan called THE LAST DANCE will remembers Air Jordan because of his incredible ability to gain lightning fast position on his opponents, leap high and span seemingly inhuman amounts of air to the basket. However, what few people realise is that Michael spent five years as a pro basketball player before he and his team earned their first championship in 1991.
There are four leg exercises every athlete should do. You’re probably already doing three of them: Squats, Deadlifts and Rear-Foot Elevated Split Squats. But the fourth exercise—the Hip Thrust—isn’t so common. Though it most certainly should be.