Protein shakes are a popular supplement for people who go to the gym because they provide a quick and convenient source of protein essential for muscle growth and repair. With so many choices on the shelves, one could be excused for feeling a level of anxiety about which one is right for you.
A strong mindset is crucial to achieving success in any endeavour, including fitness. When it comes to hitting your fitness goals, having the right mindset can make all the difference between success and failure. In this article, we discuss the benefits of a strong mindset and how to harness this skill to achieve success in the gym.
High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) involves alternating between high-intensity exercise intervals and periods of rest or low-intensity activity.
For many women, the menstrual cycle can be a source of discomfort and inconvenience. However, understanding the relationship between exercise and the menstrual cycle can help women optimise their fitness…
The hybrid athlete is a term that is seen all around social media now. Being able to move athletically and without restriction is the aim of being a Hybrid athlete. The better you can move, the more likely you are to lose fat, build muscle, have improved cardio and be more flexible.
You'll probably be surprised to read that some very healthy foods actually drain you of your energy, the exact opposite of what we're trying to achieve! We know that there are ingredients that naturally provide your body with a boost of energy, helping you to feel awake and alert throughout your day. Therefore, it stands to reason that there are also foods that sap your energy and leave you feeling sluggish and exhausted.
Whether you're a seasoned veteran or just starting out, one thing that unifies everyone is that we sometimes experience a lack of motivation. Of course, it's only a fleeting emotion, and before you know it, with our help you'll be back doing reps.
The CDC officially incorporated physical inactivity into its list of medical conditions that increase a person’s risk of severe COVID-19