Most of us probably need to get more active- even going for a brisk walk will already have an impact. But a lot of people don’t stick to a regular exercise routine because the benefits most people are interested in take a while to appear. Fat loss, muscle gain, boosts to strength, speed, and stamina—these physical manifestations of training adherence can take weeks and even months to show.
Research suggests that less is more when it comes to warm-up and stretching before exercise.
A study has found that a standard warm-up causes fatigue and less warm-up permits greater cycling power output.
Winter is definitely here, and it’s cold out there. We’re staying inside, cloistered together and trading germs.
Kiwis are Vit D deficient at the best summer times, let alone now with the sun being weak, and our immune system is suffering. Many of us are traveling in planes, trains, and automobiles tightly packed with other people in the same immune predicament. It’s the perfect breeding ground for the dozens of viruses responsible for upper respiratory tract infections like the common cold and flu.
What to do?