August is coming to an end and fall is getting closer. To many people this means that it’s time to get back on track after vacation which may feel stressful since it can be hard to find motivation after a long and beautiful summer. To get you excited to get back to your training routines and good habits we are listing four fun outdoor activities to try this fall!
When we talk about fitness we mean the body's ability to perform a submaximal (ie. an intensity that is less than maximal) work for a long time. Physical fitness is a measurement of the body’s aerobic capacity, the amount of oxygen that the body can be supplied with measured in the unit ml/(kg*min). This means that physical fitness also is a measurement of how well the heart and vascular function works - the reason why it is important to do cardiovascular training.
Finding information has never been easier than in today’s society. On a daily basis we receive information about what we should and shouldn't eat, how we should and shouldn’t train, what is unhealthy and what is health, the list goes on and on.
Do you want to build muscles but are unsure how to start? Or have you been training for a while but hasn’t seen any results for a while? Here are some valuable facts that hopefully can help you on your way to a fitter and healthier body.
As athletes, we all intuitively know the importance of training our bodies to get ourselves into the best physical shape that we can. It doesn’t matter if we’re working out simply to be fit “for life” or if we are aiming to compete in an event or race: we know that when we want to work hard to make the best physical version of ourselves as possible, we cannot settle with training less-than-our-best.
Getting and staying fit is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions that most people make, but a huge percentage don’t actually receive their desired results. The biggest reason for this is because they don’t take time to plan correctly.
I am often asked: "How do you stay motivated to work out?”.
The dietary supplement amino acids are one hot topic right now. They are seen and talked about everywhere. But what are amino acids and how do they relate to exercise?
A new year, new possibilities and maybe even new goals? But how do we set our goals in order to reach them? Your goal might be to earn more money? To buy a new apartment? To be in better shape? Or to travel more? Having dreams and goals is not hard, the difficult part is to reach them. What do we need to do in order to reach them?