Today our focus is on Theraband exercises.
Therabands are a small, convenient piece of equipment which can target all areas of your body. It can easily be taken with you when you go on holiday, or stored in your home requiring limited space. I have noticed how at some stage, most households have acquired a theraband and are unfamiliar with the use for it. Different colours symbolize different strengths/tension. Therabands cost around R50.00 depending where you buy them from, which is ...
WEDNESDAY FRIENDS DAY!!!
Find yourself a training partner if you don’t already have one!
A partner provides motivation and encouragement, and will not let you miss a session, other than when you are sick or injured. Having a partner is especially great for those who don’t enjoy exercise. Training with someone else will also make time go faster and making exercise seem less intimidating. And let’s face it, you don’t want to be the only one “suffering” during a session feeling like you’re ...
TUESDAY CHOOSE DAY
Most of us have certain exercises we just intensely dislike. Well this week we have great news for you: “There is more than one exercise to target each muscle group” and we will provide you with a few options for various areas of the body.
The special thing about “Chooseday” is that you have the option to choose your preferred exercise for each of the muscle groups.
We have provided 4 exercises per muscle group
Step 1: Choose your favourite exercise from ...
Today our focus is on High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT). This workout can be done at home with minimal equipment.
For a Mad Monday Insane HIIT session, perform each of these exercises 2-3 times for 30-45sec.
Allow yourself 30 sec rest between each exercise, and 1min rest between each round.
Complete the movement as many times as you can. The faster you move the more intense it will be. But NEVER compromise technique in attempt to complete more reps...
To make your Monday Madness ...
by Bianca Holdstock - Sport Scientist at FIT4U
What’s this HIIT all about:
HIIT is training at a high intensity interval (+80% max heart rate) followed by a low intensity interval. An example would be 30 seconds of sprinting followed by a 1 minute walk. These intervals are repeated based on your training goal and fitness level. A light warm up and cool-down is a must as to avoid the risk injury and delayed onset of muscle stiffness that is associated with high ...
by Jim Rohn...
Any day we wish; we can discipline ourselves to change it all. Any day we wish; we can open the book that will open our mind to new knowledge. Any day we wish; we can start a new activity. Any day we wish; we can start the process of life change. We can do it immediately, or next week, or next month, or next year.
We can also do nothing. We can pretend rather than perform. And if the ...
Welcome to our all new website. Here we like to share what we regard as important to us.When dealing with us you will get to see how we regard fitness, and that one of our most valuable lessons we coach is that…Fitness is a lifestyle.We make it our business to understand your unique goals and ensure that your obstacles towards a healthier lifestyle are overcome.
Here are some steps that will ensure your change to a better lifestyle succeed;
First, you need to ...